The Kakuma refugee camp in northern Kenya is providing care for refugees from neighboring countries. But Kenya's semi-nomadic Turkana people are struggling for their own survival. Can aid organizations help both the refugees and the Turkana?
Kenya's overloaded court system often delivers justice only after plaintiffs have spent years waiting. Traditional courts like the one Diana Wanyonyi visited in Kilifi County could be an alternative.
Kakuma was once a sleepy, remote region of Kenya. Now it is home to the country's second-largest refugee camp. There appears to be no end in sight to the stream of people escaping war-torn South Sudan.
In Kenya, floods and landslides killed around 100 people and displaced nearly 300,000 between March and May 2018. Smallholder farmers along the Upper Tana River basin are now investing in bamboo trees to curb floods.
The man was taking pictures on the shores of Lake Naivasha when he was attacked by a hippo. Rising water levels at the lake have led to a rise in hippo attacks, which have claimed six lives this year, local media report.
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