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Dr. Awiti of the Aga Khan University & East African Institute: Leverage Big Data for Our Prosperity

Africa’s big data opportunity has been enabled by the proliferation of media usage, especially cellphones and the explosion of internet-connected devices and systems. We have also witnessed, thanks to broadband internet, an unprecedented eruption of unstructured data in the form through photos, videos and social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 1,202 more words


Ever Changing Landscape - Day 5

Today was a travel day. We drove to Kampala, the capital of Uganda. During the 9 hours drive, through many villages and towns, I saw people living their daily life. 644 more words


I feel sorry for my parents

Let me start by saying I feel sorry for my parents! As wierd as it sounds, I do!
I follow with this, to be gay in Kenya as in the world you are faced with that tough decision….. 193 more words



Sunday 30 August represented the final session of the IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015, and the finalisation of the extensive anti-doping programme put in place by the IAAF which included both sample collection and education activities. 384 more words



“Shimba”, my first-ever acrylic painting on canvas, is named after my first adopted elephant from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphanage. This is a tribute to Shimba, who unfortunately died in 2013 after a tragic lion attack from which he never fully recovered from. 111 more words


The beautiful Nandi Hills and Lake Victoria

Hello All,
Sorry for the late post – I had written this but just before posting the blog deleted itself, so I needed a bit of time to recover from that before writing again! 1,498 more words

Once upon a little town

I’m a certified Nakuru born, you can tell by my flouride browned teeth that have now been sufficiently adjusted by a number of sessions at the dentist, but still you can tell. 182 more words