More than 200 NGOs are active in Kibera, in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. Radio journalist Boy Dallas documents life in this, one of Africa's biggest slums, and looks for answers to explain why the aid has done so little to improve conditions here.
Many people in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya decry the disappearance of their traditional organic crops. But some scientists say that genetically modified seeds could revolutionize the region.
Boy Dallas lives in Kibera, a famous slum in Nairobi and the second largest in Africa. Here, Dallas works as a radio personality and is known as "the voice of Kibera.”
Tech enthusiasts claim Big Data could revolutionize governments and transform society. But many nations lack basic information about their populations. How can sustainable development occur when core data are so patchy?
The widely acclaimed film is based on a 2015 terrorist attack on a bus in northern Kenya. It tells the moving story of Muslims shielding Christians from the militants who were planning to murder them.
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