How Kenya Can Ensure Adequate Health Care for Its Older People

[The Conversation Africa] Growing old is a life course that attracts different cultural attitudes across the world. In Kenya, an emerging area of health has set the pace for discussions on how to care for an ageing population. Health + Medicine editor …

[The Conversation Africa] Growing old is a life course that attracts different cultural attitudes across the world. In Kenya, an emerging area of health has set the pace for discussions on how to care for an ageing population. Health + Medicine editor Joy Wanja Muraya spoke to Lucy Maina about the challenges of geriatric care in Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cricket – Telegu Royals Keen to Break Record

[New Times] Telugu Royals Cricket club have vowed to break Challengers cricket club record of a total of nine titles that they set in the last two seasons, according to one of their key players Eric Ndangamyambi.

[New Times] Telugu Royals Cricket club have vowed to break Challengers cricket club record of a total of nine titles that they set in the last two seasons, according to one of their key players Eric Ndangamyambi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Irene Ntale Thrills as the Junction Opens Doors to Public

[New Times] She followed this with her repertoire of follow-up hits, including Love letter, a duet with Ugandan musician Bebe Cool, Ono mwana, Nkubukinze, Stay with me, and Batubatisa, in which she laments the pain of dating a serial cheat.

[New Times] She followed this with her repertoire of follow-up hits, including Love letter, a duet with Ugandan musician Bebe Cool, Ono mwana, Nkubukinze, Stay with me, and Batubatisa, in which she laments the pain of dating a serial cheat.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Agro-Insurance Subsidy Comes a Season Too Late

[East African] An agro-insurance subsidy of Ush5 billion ($1.9 million) announced by the Uganda government in June last year will finally take off, but a season later than had been initially promised.

[East African] An agro-insurance subsidy of Ush5 billion ($1.9 million) announced by the Uganda government in June last year will finally take off, but a season later than had been initially promised.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Emergency Medical Services Need Major Work

[The Conversation Africa] Kenya’s striking doctors are telling their horror stories on social media using the hashtag – #MyBadDoctorExperience. Many relate to emergency situations and how doctors are suffering from having to deal with poorly staffed an…

[The Conversation Africa] Kenya's striking doctors are telling their horror stories on social media using the hashtag - #MyBadDoctorExperience. Many relate to emergency situations and how doctors are suffering from having to deal with poorly staffed and under-equipped hospitals. The Conversation Africa's Samantha Spooner asked Benjamin Wachira about the state of the country's emergency medical services and what can be done to improve them.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Moroccan King Visits South Sudan

[East African] Moroccan King Mohammed VI on Wednesday started his three-day visit in Juba, as the North African state moves to diversify its investments and diplomatic influence in Africa.

[East African] Moroccan King Mohammed VI on Wednesday started his three-day visit in Juba, as the North African state moves to diversify its investments and diplomatic influence in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan