Human Rights Watch: Government, Donors Should Support Commissionâ€™s Findings on Election Violence [inspic=143,left,,thumb](New York, October 15, 2008) â€“ The Kenyan government and international partners should strongly support the call by the Waki commission investigating
Posted from the Cape (RSA)… But I took it in Tanzania, some days ago. I decided to make it the picture of the Day! It’s available in high quality on special request. Comments are
Been a kind of offline (moving in and out almost every country between Kenya and South Africa)in the past months, collecting stories from Africans telling about their lives, their frustrations and most of all:
Just back from the opening of Parliament. Quit hectic. Noit enough room for the press, so I had to improvise a bit to get some pictures. A warm thank you to the dilpmats from
Because they are nomads, it was easy for them to accept the Camel Library in their life, according to Faraah Noor Farah. Head of the camel division of the Garissa Camel Library. The majority
I am in Dar es Salaam at the moment. Four million people of which 70 percent in informal settlements but huray, they can enjoy these views, for free and almost daily! This one is
Half May I travelled to Garissa for a report on the Camel Library. Audio will available soon… [mygal=camellibrary4] Dar es Salaam at the moment: enjoy your day!
Finally some pictures from Lamu. [mygal=lamu] Have a nice day!
Just back from Chogoria area for reports on community tourism, the coffee- and tea industry. Coffee dioes not bring enough income, farmers don’t want to change, or are not able to change their business.
Comin’ up: more (audio-)postings. Among them: The meeting with one of the last relatives of Idi Ami, How the Kenyan Government is trying to give their people history and: Party time at the Roadblock.