On the eve of an unimaginably long walk one question nagged journalist Paul Salopek: Should he take his house keys?
Fake and substandard medications threaten the fight against malaria in the Lake Victoria Basin, but attitudes can be just as problematic.
A vast influx of Western medicine has unleashed an unregulated free-for-all in private dispensaries, critics say.
Nobody in Kenya knows the consequences of corruption better than John Githongo, who talks to Sam Loewenberg about the cruel intersection of politics, natural resources, and foreign aid.
In a refugee camp near the Sudanese border, "Lost Boys" are now grown men, and hope for a better future is scant.
Sporadic violence around Kenya is already spurring fears that next year's elections could lead to a repeat of the bloody post-election clashes in 2007-2008.
As Kenya's urban slums expand at rapid rates, they face increasing challenges in food security, health services, water and sanitation.
The tide of brain drain – from developing countries to industrialized nations – has turned. Human capital is now returning home to Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Africa.
Sprinkles: How an innovative program using micronutrients to combat childhood anemia overcame unexpected obstacles.
Photographer Micah Albert discusses the waste management inefficiencies in Kenya's Dandora Municipal Dump Site—a situation that is creating a human rights crisis.
The Pulitzer Center is proud to announce the publication of its first iBook “In Search of Home," an exploration of statelessness in Kenya, Burma, and the Dominican Republic.
The overloaded municipal dump near Kenya's capital, Nairobi, is not only a place for scavengers who make money selling scraps they find, but also a place for the hungry who cannot afford food.