Malaria is a top killer of children under five in the East African nation, and the vaccine is critically important to Kenya’s efforts to combat the disease.
Seven eggs from the world’s last two remaining northern white rhinos have been successfully fertilized artificially, reviving hopes of saving the endangered animals, scientists said on Monday.
Kenya will for the first time count intersex persons during the upcoming national population census.
At this time of year, Albert Njeru’s farm would usually be blanketed with shoulder-high rows of maize, but not anymore.
The Kenyan government has issued birth certificates to 600 children from the Shona community as part of a move towards ending statelessness for about 3 500 people.