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There is a growing trend in the provision of aid, as people forgo traditional institutions to provide Africa's poor with cash directly. GiveDirectly is revolutionising donors' perceptions of the destitute.
While half of Africa's population live without electricity, Kenya has made rapid gains in connecting households to the electrical grid. Will universal access to electricity by 2020 change the country?
Give Directly, an NGO, has embarked on a pioneering economic experiment in rural Kenya. They are providing the residents of entire villages with a universal basic income through direct cash transfers.
Sex for fish, popularly referred to as Jaboya, is a phenomenon in which women are forced to have sex to buy fish. In Kisumu in Kenya, the practice is subjugating women and spreading HIV around its shores.
For most people that encounter the Kenyan judicial system, the experience ends in a lengthy jail sentence. Now, thanks to a pioneering project, the prisoners are fighting back against these injustices.
More than half of Nairobi's population lives in slums. In the Mukuru slum, one of the biggest in Nairobi, a group of residents have gone to court to demand the end of forced evictions and their right to land.
15th century Malindi is a popular tourist destination, but not only for families; many people flock to the region in search of carnal pleasure. These commercial sex workers depend on tourists for trade.
In Kenya 6 million people still defecate in the open. This report literally cuts through the crap to take a funny and refreshing look at the serious risks and the bold new tactics being used to tackle them.