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‘Wastewater can be very valuable’: the hydroponic system that provides clean water for Kenyans Using the power of plants, a Nairobi-based startup has engineered an effective wastewater cleaning system. And it’s attractive to boot Written in partnership with What Design Can Do
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Young Maasai warriors urged to hunt medals not lions During the Maasai Olympics, Maasai warriors are offered an alternative to killing lions as part of their traditional rite of passage Conservation Environment Society Sport World
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Birth rights: sisterhood and sexual empowerment in Kenya These Kenyan women are campaigning to improve sexual and reproductive rights in their communities. To try to stamp out female genital mutila... Lifestyle Society World
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Big game, big data In the Kenyan savannah, conservationists have joined forces with large tech companies in a bid to protect elephants from poachers. It’s just... Environment Science World
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Displaced, dignified, determined: highly skilled refugees In a Kenyan camp for displaced people, Congolese refugees who were doctors and lawyers at home are putting their skills to good use Society World
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World Championships 2017: meet the Athlete Refugee Team With the World Athletics Championships under way in London, a film and a photography exhibition document how sport is improving the lives of... Lifestyle Sport
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