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Aloe Vera: The Green messiah

The name Aloe Vera brings Memories of its taste that is so bitter that when you take it you enjoy the sweetness in the bitterness, Aloe Vera is associated with grandmothers who would lovingly choke us with a concoction of Aloe Vera and other herbs whenever we fell sick, the pungent smell and the strong bitter taste would make you regret of ever falling sick, needless say most of the times we would be cured. 350 more words


Go Home Sun, You're Drunk

Go home sun, you’re drunk
It’s 4am and you’re¬†banging on my window
With your dry heat and persistent rays
This fan just may as well be a heater… 130 more words


Kenya Art Journal 8/13

When we went to the desert.

WORLD OF FIGURES: Oil exports? Why we should not celebrate

There was excitement when the news came out that Kenya will begin exporting oil from mid next year. Making the announcement, President Uhuru Kenyatta said that 2,000 barrels would be produced daily and transported by road to Mombasa. 443 more words


Fossil Finder Mini-Project

Check out this video made by the Fossil Finder team on location in Kenya. They have launched a new workflow on Fossil Finder, and with it a special mini-project that we hope can be completed in the next couple of weeks. 59 more words

Citizen Science

The Janus-faced Dr Ben Carson

We all grew up loving Dr.Benjamin Solomon Carson the retired neurosurgeon of St Johns Hopkins Hospital.He has ten titles to his name-the most common being… 736 more words


Exhibition: Turkana Through Time, Jul. 23 2016 @ BIEA Seminar Room

Open to Public from 23rd of July 2016
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road, Kileleshwa

This exhibition by Samuel Derbyshire in collaboration with the Pit Rivers Museum, Oxford, showcases a selection of historical photographs taken in Turkana at various different times throughout the last century.

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