why so much noise in Kenya about current rains which were not as heavy as El Niño: In Kenya, “El Niño” rains of 1997-98 were on average 280% to 2522% above the long rains mean rainfall of 250 millimeters,
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What we don't see in newspaper headlines: Horticulture Production in Taita Hills from 1989 to the 1990. Many of us have known small scale horticultural farmers in Kenya for their hard work but wonder why they “always look poor”.
Why farmers are abandoning coffee production in Kenya:I come from Kangundo, a coffee-growing area. Many of us, from coffee-growing areas in Central Province, the Greater Meru District, Machakos
Let us go fishing in “the cradle of mankind” - Lake Turkana: Anthropology sources say that Turkana is the cradle of mankind based on fossils collected from the area. Lake Turkana is 300km
How “The Ngorika settlers” implemented a sustainable community-owned water project: We have read/experienced different types of water shortage problems especially in Nairobi and in some rural areas.
Diaspora Stories: Why The Beef Industry In Kenya Collapsed. After independence, the Kenya Government established “The Agricultural Finance Corporation"
Pressure On Diaspora Parents: Sea world In Florida Or In San Diego. Our school-going children put pressure on us to take them to Sea World in Orlando, Florida during summer holidays.
How Community-Owned Tourist Facilities Contribute To Conservation In Kenya: Kenya is blessed with great biodiversity represented by its extra-ordinary variety of animals, plants and ecosystems ranging from reefs to moorlands and from desert…
Diaspora Stories: Monotheist Kenyan Christian Meets The Polytheist Maya Culture! Most of the inhabitants of Kenya believe in a supreme supernatural God. All Bantus including
Diaspora Stories: The Yatta Plateau View Compared To Grand Canyon: As a young man growing up in Kangundo, Machakos County, I thought the highest points on