Mental health is not limited to adults alone. Even children are affected.
Stories centred around happenings in Kenya
For Onyango Otieno’s friends, depression was something new to them and they did not know how to handle it when he was going through it. Read More
The growing number of taxis in Kenya’s capital has made it easier and cheaper for Nairobians to move around. But this has come with a hidden cost. Sheila Mutheu shares her ordeal in the hands of an Uber driver who turned her ride home into a nightmare.
In our ongoing focus on mental health, Joy Kirigia focuses on the triggers of mental health in the second episode of “I Am Not Okay”.
In President Uhuru Kenyatta’s first term in office, his government pursued several multi-billion shilling infrastructure projects, something that is continuing in his second and final term. In the process, the country has racked up a lot of foreign debt since most, if not all, of these projects are funded through loans and concessions from foreign banks and governments.
In the second installment of our new series in collaboration with The Elephant, John-Allan Namu talks with renowned economist Dr David Ndii on the war on corruption in the wake of the famous handshake between NASA leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta and how it plays out in the larger context of Kenya’s politics.
For a long time in African societies, mental health problems were not considered as medical issues but rather as the results of witchcraft that, more often than not, required spiritual intervention. However, times have changed and today, after numerous cases of suicide and slumps into depression by people we know, we are slowly coming alive to the fact that this is as serious an illness as any other and we can seek help and be helped.
On June 1st of every year Kenyans celebrate Madaraka Day, a day set aside to commemorate the moment when Kenya attained self-rule after decades of British colonization. But as the East African nation marks 55 years of independence in 2018, have the lives of its citizens improved? What is there to celebrate?