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Why Kenyatta in Brussels matters to Africa

The erstwhile Brussels-based Africa Caribbean Pacific Group of States (est 1975) was the point of discussion in December 2019 in Nairobi. The Summit took place in the same hotel an African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) meeting took place, with the security and protection of the phalanx of diplomats prioritised by the Kenyan state. Little did […]

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From our EAR Member: “Support Healthcare workers so they can support Kenyans”

By Kui Muraya (@KuiMuraya) The World Health Assembly designated 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, to honour their work and advance their vital role in transforming health care around the world.  In Kenya however, nurses spent the better part of 2020 on strike, protesting poor working conditions, including failure by the government […]

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OPPORTUNITY: Go Blue Project (Blue Economy)

https://reliefweb.int/job/3734570/open-positions Jumuiya ya Kaunti za Pwani – Go Blue Project is HIRING. Launched on March 25th 2021, the Go Blue project is a four year program funded by EU in Partnership with the Government of Kenya and Jumuiya ya Kaunti za Pwani. The Go Blue Workforce Development & Employment action is being implemented by GIZ […]

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Uhuru-Suluhu Axis renewed for Kenya-Tanzania relations

We are pleased to read how two of the pioneers of East African integration are reconnecting in the spirit of regional integration instead of being involved in regional spats. We shall definitely be offering important updates on this exciting development.

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Kenya’s Safaricomm to Enter Ethiopia ?

That is some real good news for those of us who want to see the Telco that pioneered mPesa penetrating the Ethiopian market! Could Safaricomm be the poster child of East African Telco best practice? With Afcfta with us, what lessons will other region-based telcos learn from Safaricomm?