In recent years in Kenya, the delay in rains has become a norm. (Photo/IHH/Flickr).

With 2.6 Million Facing Crisis Levels Of Food Insecurity, Why Kenya’s Seasonal Rains Keep Failing And What Needs To Be Done

The change in rainfall patterns has a huge impact on Kenya because 98% of the countrys agriculture is rain-fed. Agriculture also accounts for 70% of the workforce and about 25% of the annual GDP.


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Fires on Mount Kenya are a regular occurrence. (Photo/BBC).

This Year Over 100 Forest Fires Have Been Reported In Mount Kenya, But A Really Big Is Raging Now: Why It’s Burning And How They Can Be Stopped

The majority of fires on Mount Kenya are caused by peoplewhen they clear land with fire for domestic animal grazing, to gather honey, for cannabis cultivation and charcoal production.


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President Xi Jinping at the Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation 2018. (Photo/EPA).

‘You Don’t Negotiate With China’, African Officials Said: Wrong. Here Are 4 Things They Need To Start Doing To Get Better Deals

Kenyas Chinese financed diesel train railway cost $3.2 billion for 472 kilometres of track. The more expensive
electric train line from Addis Ababa to Djibouti $3.4 billion – for 756 kilometres.


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Oil Polluted Lands Over Twice The Size Of Seychelles In Nigeria. Can East Africa Escape The Curse?

The Uganda oil pipeline through Tanzania should be made into a bigger prosperity corridor, with fibre optics, roads, railways and food silos.