Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tusk power: No end in sight

By David Njagi It could be a game changer, but Nairobi’s recent ivory burn will need more than stoking to save Kenya’s decade long struggle with the poaching fix. The event, held at Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) at the end … Continue reading

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Nairobi to host first data portal to track Africa’s SDGs footprint

By David Njagi Kenya is set to host the first continental data portal on agriculture water, environment, disaster risk reduction and gender equality. The Local Development Research Institute (LDRI) first tested the African Data Observatory (ADO) in December last year … Continue reading

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