Kenyans need to understand mental health
The Kenya Mental Health Policy (2015-2030) indicates that mental disorders are rapidly increasing in the country, with one in every four Kenyans experiencing mental illness at some point in their lives.
OPINION: Slum residents must not be left behind in financial inclusivity
The Biashara loan is part of the Hustler Fund Personal Loan Product, which is a revolving fund that provides credit to small businesses and individuals who have no collateral or formal banking history.
Ramadan: A dietitian offers tips for healthy fasting
During fasting, meal schedules, fluid intake, and sleep and wake times are altered. This causes physiological, biochemical and metabolic changes in the body.The adaptability to these changes depends on the types and quantity of foods and drinks that are consumed during the month....
OPINION: Diaz - Keeping fit, good diet lead to happy healthy living for a longer life
Two areas we have the most control over are our diet and exercise. These can both have huge effects on overall health, and can be some of the main factors in preventing disease and other complications later in life.
OPINION: Water stewardship and plastic waste management are two sides of the same coin
According to a study by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), approximately 20% of plastic waste in Africa ends up in water bodies.This includes single-use plastic bags, bottles, straws, and other non-degradable plastic materials that are harmful to aquatic ecosystems....
OPINION: Improving tax language a key aspect of advanced public finance management
As things stand now KRA, as tax the collector, must constantly deal with public anger on questions that are unrelated to their mandates such as inequitable allocations, improper expenditures, or fiscal irregularities because of their direct link to citizens.
OPINION: Commonwealth Day 2023: Let us advocate for urgent action on climate change
As Foreign Secretary of the UK, I am a proud of our Commonwealth membership, and committed to doing what I can to ensure that this formidable fellowship of friendly nations delivers real benefits to the 2.5 billion people living in its 56 members states.
Bishop David Oginde: Sheep Among Wolves in Anti-Graft Role
Bishop Oginde's leadership at CITAM was also remarkable, setting the pace for how pentecostal churches should be governed. Will the Bishop turn Kenya upside down?
Aga Khan University Hospital opens Roysambu Specialty Care Centre
According to the Aga Khan University Hospital Chief Operating Officer, Outreach Network, Khurram Jamal, the Roysambu Specialty Care Centre is offering dialysis, chemotherapy, endoscopy and other daycare surgery services, at lower costs compared to the main hospital charges.
OPINION: Diaz - Leadership, looking at talent and vision beyond 2030
The future of leadership in the digital economy needs leaders that can adapt to a world defined by increased innovative thinking, focus on digitization and understanding.