Building on what has proven to work in Africa will go a long way in ensuring that agriculture not only feeds Africa, but promotes inclusive growth and livelihood generation
Uvulectomy, the practice of removing the uvula for curative or customary reasons by traditional doctors is still prevalent despite numerous hazards associated with it.
In admiration and loving memory of the first African woman Nobel Laureate, who passed away on September 25, 2011.
Nubians settled in Kibra, about five kilometres from the Nairobi City Centre, starting from about 1911, then again in 1917-18. They were originally reserve troops in 17 garrisons aiding the British imperial campaign. Collectively called “Nubians”, they comprise groups such as the Dinka, Muru, Kotoria, Bari, Kuku and Lendu. The Lendu trace their origins to the Congo while the rest, to Sudan.