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Thieves fry Kenya's power grid to cook fast food

Kenya Thieves fry Kenya's power grid to cook fast food

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The morning scene is increasingly routine for Kenyans. When it’s time to start the day, the power is already out. Somewhere nearby, the shell of …

Par X.N. Iraki, le 29 décembre 2014
A Prize is Only As Good as Those Who Enter

A Prize is Only As Good as Those Who Enter

Lizzy Attree has a PhD from SOAS, University of London, on “The Literary Responses to HIV and AIDS from South Africa and Zimbabwe from 1990-2005”. Her collection of interviews with …

Par Kola Tubosun, le 26 novembre 2014
What price the rape of a child? In Kenya, impunity can be bought with a goat

Kenya What price the rape of a child? In Kenya, impunity can be bought with a goat

NAIROBI, (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Ayaimba could not believe it when the man walked into her office, two days after being arrested for raping his three-year-old daughter, and demanded she …

Par Katy Migiro, le 11 novembre 2014
Kenyan girls trading sex for food: One woman's battle to help

Kenya Kenyan girls trading sex for food: One woman's battle to help

      NAIROBI, Oct 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The alcohol lining the 12-year-old Kenyan girl’s stomach did nothing to quell her hunger pangs. So when one of her …

Par Katy Migiro, le 20 octobre 2014
Red Cross appeals for worst drought in 30 years in Namibia; Angola also hit

Namibia Red Cross appeals for worst drought in 30 years in Namibia; Angola also hit

        NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Desert-hardy Namibians, overwhelmed by the worst drought to hit their country in 30 years, are surviving off wild fruits with no …

Par Katy Migiro, le 13 octobre 2014
Tegla Loroupe, la Kényane qui court sur les traces de Mandela

Tegla Loroupe, la Kényane qui court sur les traces de Mandela

Tout comme son idole sud-africaine, la marathonienne Tegla Loroupe, originaire de la vallée du Rift met sa notoriété au service de la paix en Afrique.

Par Pierre Cherruau, le 10 octobre 2014
Sudanese women protest worsening oppression, rising food prices

Sudan Sudanese women protest worsening oppression, rising food prices

    NAIROBI, Oct 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Women’s anger is mounting in Sudan as a result of surging food prices and worsening repression in the name of Islam, …

Par Katy Migiro, le 2 octobre 2014