A poster containing the photos of the 2023 COP28 MESHA granteesPhotos | MESHA

Media science cafes on COP28 kick off

By Odhiambo David| odhisdavid59@gmail.com

Journalists who will cover the next UN Conference on Climate Change fondly referred to as COP28 with support from Media for Environment, Science, Health, and Agriculture (MESHA) will today begin the fellowship by attending the first media science café virtually.


Susan Ndunda of Royal Media Services will report for Citizen TV in Dubai.PHOTO CREDIT | MESHA

MESHA members shine at grants competition

By Christine Ochogo I christawine@gmail.com

THREE Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA) members are among 12 journalists who have been selected to cover the major international conference on climate change COP28.


Director of Kenya Metereological Department Dr David Gakungu

Kenya Met warns of impending heavy rains in October

By Mike Mwaniki I mikemwaniki2016@gmail.com
Kenyans have been warned of impending destructive heavy rains due in October all the way to January.
According to the Director of Kenya Meteorological Department, Dr David Gikungu the rains will be accompanied with floods, landslides and disease outbreaks as a result of the conditions known as El Nino.