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Deliberating to address issues relating to dental amalgam as a dental filling option due to it’s negative neurological effetcs on young children , expectant mothers and unborn children.NGO Coalition Consultative meeting deliberating to address issues rela...

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Issues relating to dental amalgam as a dental filling option due to it’s negative neurological effetcs on young children.

Deliberating to address issues relating to dental amalgam as a dental filling option due to it’s negative neurological effetcs on young children , expectant mothers and unborn children.NGO Coalition Consultative meeting deliberating to address issues rela...
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Beyond Plastic Bags: Kenya Gets on the Ban-Wagon

The ban on plastic bags finally took effect from 28th August 2017, after a six month notice from the Cabinet Secretary, Prof. Judi Wakhungu.In our true Kenyan spirit we did not take this seriously and waited for the last minute to react, complain, and hav...
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Counties grapple with rising cases of medical waste

Dangerous medical waste discarded at a Nakuru dumpsite. Such waste poses grave danger to residents and has been known to directly cause new infections of HIV, hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis and many other diseases and septic wounds.In Summary- The waste ...
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FACTS ABOUT LOCUSTS

These insects are famous for their catastrophic invasions, mentioned even in the Bible as the eighth plague. Locusts are divided in about 10,000 species grouped in 10 families. All plague locusts belong to the family Acrididae.It takes approximately two w...
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Environmental stewardship in the wake of COVID 19 Pandemic -Kenya

n the wake of COVID-19 pandemic the national tree planting activities were down scaled due to closure of institutions and guidelines for people to stay at home. The ministry is now concentrating efforts in the Nairobi metropolitan area, while regional hea...
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In the Hustle and Bustle of Kawangware

Kawangware, one of the biggest slums in Africa, is alive city of corrugated iron homes, muddy streets, and citizens, from whom most live with less than one dollar per day. The population of Kawangware is diverse. People from different ethnic backgrounds, ...
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