Words that get you thinking.
  1. Adhere Cavince: Why America’s democracy summit must promote global development

    The US should gracefully contend with and welcome the contribution of Africa’s other development partners.

    China SGR
  2. Andrew Limo: Public officials should no longer shun the internet

    To date, government communication officials are overly cautious on the use of online channels.

    Laptop
  3. Dorothy Pamella: Affordable LPG good action on climate change

    Affordable LPG is one of the actions that will facilitate efforts towards stopping and tackling of the adverse effects of climate change.

    Cooking gas
  4. Catherine Bhoke: Promote laws to end harmful practices

    The efforts of the government and various non-state actors who have played a key role in developing the laws are laudable.

  5. Charles Onyango: Stop methane pollution

    Nema has not done enough to raise awareness of the dangers of enteric methane emissions.

    Cattle grazing
  6. Adema Sangale: Of long Covid and why this is the time to change the business model

    Living with a chronic condition such as long Covid-19 requires changing the business model. Think business unusual.

    Covid vaccine
  7. Nixon Ng'ang'a: Multi-sectoral team critical to credible polls

    Failure to anticipate and plan for containment measures for election-linked violence would be irresponsible of the government.

    Voter registration
  8. Clark & Sirleaf: It’s time to come clean on handwashing investment

    Handwashing campaigns have pushed for equitable, affordable access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene services for many years.

    Handwashing
  9. Nicholas Ochieng Oduor: All public varsities in need of urgent reforms

    Calls for structural reforms in public universities are not new. This is a conversation that has gone on for a long time.

    University of Nairobi
  10. Muthoni Ngunjiri: By putting women in top political leadership, we will have posterity

    As Kenya get set to elect the fifth president, there is a prediction that the candidate with a woman running mate will win.

    Martha Karua

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