Despite increased government budgetary allocations to the minority and indigenous communities, the two groups continue to face major challenges in accessing quality education and healthcare facilities.
A study conducted by Minority BaringoEndoroisExecutive Director of Endorois Indigenous Women Empowerment Network (EIWEN)Minority Rights Group (MRG) International in TurkanaPeter GitongaturkanaTurkana Development Organization Forum (TUDOF) Read on
A section of Turkana Central Sub County residents are counting losses after their sheep and goats were washed away by floods following the rains being experienced.
The most affected areas are Ekaru LokotiPeter GitongaturkanaTurkana Central Sub County Read on
The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nakuru has declined to issue orders reinstating former Turkana University College Principal, Professor Thomas Akuja.
Prof Akuja had moved to Court on January 25, Employment and Labour Relations CourtJustice Hellen WasilwaMatunda and Company AdvocatesPeter GitongaProf. George Chemining’waProfessor Thomas Akuja.turkanaTurkana University College Principal Read on
About 68 sub-locations in the country which were previously not linked to mobile telephony have been connected to mobile network by the Communications Authority (CA) through Universal Service Fund at BaringoGarrisaIsioloKajiadoKilifi and Kwale counties.KituiManderamarsabitNarokNational Voice Infrastructure Project launched in NarokSamburuturkanaWajirWest Pokot Read on
Government spokesman Col. (Rtd) Cyrus Oguna has highlighted the government’s commitment in responding to the destructive floods experienced across the Country due to the ongoing heavy rainfall.
Oguna stated that a BaringoBusiaGarissaHoma Bay (Karachuonyo)KilifiKisumu (Nyando)KituiKwale.LamuManderamarsabitMombasaTaitaTavetaTana RiverTrans NzoiaturkanaWajirWest Pokot Read on