By Odhiambo David | email@example.com
A campaign which seeks to reduce malaria transmission in Kenya using an anti-parasitic drug that kills mosquitoes feeding on treated people has been launched.
By Odhiambo David| firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
By Joyce Chimbi I email@example.com
When COVID-19 took over life as people knew it and became the most central story in recent history, the media was caught flat footed. With the exception of journalists with a history in HIV/Aids reporting, for a large section of the media, covering COVID-19 became a most challenging task.
By Mike Mwaniki I firstname.lastname@example.org
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.