In Kenya, someone with symptoms of dementia may not be able to get a diagnosis — leaving both patient and family with no idea of what is going on. A program in Kenya is trying to change that.
Fog harvesting has long been a method of collecting water around the world. As climate change makes water harder and harder to find, technology is making it easier to pull water from the air.
Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage painted Curfew after a violent flare-up in Mombasa, Kenya, during the early days of the pandemic. One art critic calls it a "modern masterpiece."
Newbery prize winners Kwame Alexander, a poet, and Jerry Craft, an author and illustrator, went on a mission to Kenya to encourage reading. The kids learned a lot. So did the authors.
Kenya was hailed for its decision to outlaw single use plastic bags in 2016, with remarkably hefty penalties. So why are the bags back in stores, piling up in dumps — and being ingested by livestock?
Kenya, one of Africa's most stable and prosperous economies, is reeling from the impact of a series of violent protests against the cost of living and tax rises.
There's a looming debt crisis in many lower income countries. Low interest rates a few years back started the cycle. Then came a series of once in a generation shocks. Is there a solution?
Our reporter spoke to residents of Kibera, known as Africa's largest urban slum. Many had not yet heard that the World Health Organization ended the state of "emergency." Here's what they told us.
Mutu, who lives in Nairobi and Brooklyn, is the star of a show at New York's New Museum. Her art takes on viruses, genocide, junk mail (the "sleeping serpent" is full of it), her own hybrid identity.
Animals carry millions of pathogens. So it's a daunting task to find the one with the greatest potential to spark a pandemic. Now scientists are rethinking the way they hunt for that next new virus.