Words that get you thinking.
  1. Emilly Akoth: End menstrual poverty

    A million girls miss school monthly as they cannot afford sanitary towels, which greatly disrupts their academic performance.

    Health PS Susan Mochache distributing sanitary pads to girls at Mathare Youth Sports Association Grounds
  2. Wadzanayi Muchenje: Enhance regional collaboration in a bid to improve health outcomes

    We must share our lessons to develop the tools and information needed to protect all through routine immunisations.

    Covid vaccination
  3. Simon Mwangi: Probe nicotine pouches more to prevent addition

    Side effects of nicotine pouches include irritation of the gum, sore mouth, hiccups, nausea and nicotine addiction.

    Lyft, a nicotine pouch brand that is being marketed locally.
  4. Patrick Githinji Muhoro: Boost informal food vendors to spur economy

    Collateral-free and low-interest credit are among the strategies the government can implement to boost the sector.

    President William Ruto takes breakfast at a kibanda in Mandera Town.
  5. Richard King: It’s time for transformative education for our children

    CBC skills are critical to preparing 21st Century learners for the future; the hard part is making the implementation practical.

    Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha puts a Construction Block at Bomu Secondary School.
  6. Winfred Odali: Court ruling on the sentencing of sexual offenders a recipe for crisis

    Resentencing sexual offenders would be detrimental to survivors as that would perpetrate a culture of impunity and trivialisation of women’s rights issues.

    Defilement cases have been rising since 2018.
  7. Nicholas Sumba: How rapid court expansion may maintain case backlog

    The current full house should be able to hear and determine applications under certificate of urgency within a month.

    President William Ruto with the newly sworn-in Court of Appeal Judges.
  8. Cornelius Kipkemoi: Involve youth in bid to revive the economy

    Kenyan youth should now be given a chance to serve in the public service.

    Kazi Mtaani
  9. Constantine Sifuna: Subsidise all farm inputs

    Farmers also require other agricultural inputs, such as seeds, and to prepare the land.

    Subsidised fertiliser
  10. David M Kigo: More cash for MPs slap in the face for ‘hustler’ narrative

    Our MPs’ pay should be equal pay for work of equal value.

    Members of Parliament take the oath of office at the National Assembly

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