by Beenish Ahmed Nov 6, 2015
"We don't have a government. We have a scandal," an anti-corruption activist said.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 28, 2015
Secondhand clothing is sent to countries like Kenya as aid, but it's become a big business that thousands depend on for their livelihoods.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 7, 2015
“If police have [any reason to believe] you’re gay, you’ll find it rough,” an LGBT man and sex worker said.
by Beenish Ahmed Sep 27, 2015
Unable to save herself from the practice, Agnes Pareyio has dedicated her life to stopping FGM in her community.
by Beenish Ahmed Sep 23, 2015
Before the participated in the workshop, 80 percent of boys indicated that a woman in a miniskirt gave men tacit consent to have sex with her. Afterwards, that figure dropped to 30 percent.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 26, 2015
About two million people are forcibly evicted from slums every year. One unique artists' colony in India has refused to be counted in those ranks.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 12, 2015
It isn't easy to spot and stop corruption. A new educational effort attempts to prevent it, but that often means teaching students that basic concepts like bribery are wrong.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 24, 2015
From rotten eggs to urination, here's a round-up of of the more outrageous plans Kenyans have been working up ahead of Obama's first visit to their country as president.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 8, 2015
Kenyans are outraged by the thought that President Obama will seek to influence what they see as Kenya's conservative culture, even though the push to strip LGBT people of their rights has largely been led by Evangelical Americans.
by Ari Phillips Jul 6, 2015
Kenyan developers are already planning an even larger 400-megawatt wind farm.