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Food security through land reclamation

The Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme for vulnerable dry land communities showed that dry land areas commonly known as ASALS– Arid and semi-arid lands makes up more than 83% of Kenya. Northern Kenya constitutes...

For manufacturing to thrive in Kenya, innovation needs to be embraced

The ‘Big 4 Agenda’ has effectively become a household name in Kenya. Every player in the economy  is now being encouraged to align his or her processes with the Big 4 agenda.  For those in...

President Uhuru has enhanced relations with Foreign nations

There was a time, not so long ago, that it seemed Kenya’s relations with foreign Countries was at its worse jeopardizing business and funding. Following the 2007/8 post-election violence a decade ago, international figures remained...

President Uhuru Kenyatta remains honest in war on graft

One of the most instrumental and well-known episodes in the Bible was when people were testing Jesus on whether to stone a woman accused of adultery. As it is written in the Book of John...

Building a team for success in governance and development

American entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple Steve Jobs once said: "Great things in business are never done by one person; they're done by a team of people." This is true, not just in business, but...

The fight against corruption is a personal responsibility.

We are a nation of believers. There is no doubt that the overwhelming majority of Kenyans believe in doing the right thing. As early as Genesis 1:26 we read that humans are unlike animals.  The...

The fight against corruption must succeed

Not many people today are familiar with the English educational writer William Edward Hickson. An educator, philanthropist and author, he made a noted contribution to the study of education, before his death in 1870. Above...

Ridding corruption to aid innovation growth and sustainability

It has been regularly said that innovation is the silver bullet that will help the Republic of Kenya reach its development goals, chiefly Vision 2030. Innovation can significantly advance the lives of millions of Kenyans...

The time to fight corruption is now

One of the most beautiful passages ever written comes from the Book of Ecclesiastes. A time for war and a time for peace. “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under...

Achieving food security is not rocket science

Kenya relies on only 10% of her landmass for food while 89% of the country’s landmass, home to 36% of the country’s population, is arid and semi-arid land (ASAL) and over 3 million people...
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