1. Chege Ngugi: Let free quality education for all be a reality

    The community must be partners in the process to achieve zero out-of-school children and 100 per cent transition from primary to secondary school.

    Pupils at Mboto Sunrise Primary School work on their competency-based curriculum assignment under a tree
  2. Karimi Thuranira: Customised fertiliser vital for national food security

    The global food systems are heavily dependent on fertilisers and so any sudden supply disruptions can have severe implications on food security.

  3. Roy Mwangi: Shun tobacco smoking

    Addressing the social acceptance of smoking and changing cultural norms around tobacco use can be a complex and slow process.

    Cigarette smoking, tobacco use
  4. Amina Wako: Don’t remove excise duty on local plastics

    Rather than encourage the production of more plastic, we must focus on fostering innovation and supporting the development of sustainable alternatives.

    Plastic bottles
  5. Washington Akumu: How to improve the efficiency of Mombasa Port against its peers

    The Mombasa port attained position 326 in last year’s edition of the Container Port Performance Index ranking, compared to 296 in 2021.

    Crude Oil Tanker 'Nan Lin Wan' discharges petroleum products at the KOT 2 in Mombasa
  6. Stephen Muchiri: EU programme falls short in promotion of export farming

    Implementing this EU GD comes will increase costs on overburdened farmers who are buying inputs at an all-time high price.

    Farmers harvest Hass avocado fruits on a farm. 
  7. Sylvia Mwichuli: Need for clarity on strategy for the proposed housing levy and fund

    Transparency is vital for effective communication, especially in matters that directly impact citizens’ lives.

    Housing and Urban Development Principal Secretary Charles Hinga
  8. Tamia Nuna: Break barriers to menstrual health, hygiene

    Efforts towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be strengthened by focusing on menstrual health and hygiene.

  9. Joseph G. Muthama: Enhance mental wellness

    Some workers cannot withstand the emotional and psychological turbulence triggered by job losses, hence mental aberration.

  10. Mohamed A. Awil: Raising tariffs in African countries further weakens their economies

    Developing countries ought to raise the necessary revenue without borrowing excessively



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