Kenya is relying on TikTok to boost tourism

African tourism authorities are betting that a global youth audience on TikTok and high net worth individuals seeking luxury safaris have something in common – enough interest in African wildlife to reinvigorate tourism. This article was contributed to TechCabal by Conrad Onyango / Vogel Kenya is reaching out to a …

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Kenya: Learning derailed as hunger keeps children away from schools

The ongoing drought has hit schools hard and hundreds of thousands of students are starving out of classrooms. Although official figures are unavailable, nationwide surveys and interviews with education officials suggest that learning has suffered, particularly in the nomadic communities. Children have been forced to drop out of school as …

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Working with the Kenyan government on development innovation is key to fighting poverty, says Nobel Laureate | Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics

Published by Madisson Heinl on 08/31/2021 On a recent visit, Prof. Michael Kremer (second from right) meets with Kenyan officials, including Dr. Sara Ruto (right), Kenya‘s Chief Administrative Secretary of Education, to discuss common priorities for a research-oriented education policy at Jogoo House in Nairobi. (Photo credit: Becker-Friedman-Institut) Economist Michael …

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