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Baringo Women Rep Urges NGOs to help Fight against GBV, FGM and Poverty

Baringo County Member of Parliament Gladwell Tungo has called on Non-Governmental OrganisationsNGOs to help in the fight against GBV and FGM

DROUGHT ALERT: Baringo Among Counties at Risk of Severe Drought

Experts have warned that drought situation in Kenya could worsen if the country fails to receive enough rains in the coming weeks.

Labour CS Angered by Kenyans Travelling to the Middle East without following Legal Procedures

The Labour CS Simon Chelugui reveealed that majority of the Kenyans being mistreated in the Middle East travelled without following the right legal procedures.

Allocate More Funds for Livestock Off-Take, North Rift Leaders tell Gov’t

Leaders from the pastoralist communities in the North Rift region have pleaded with the National Assembly to allocate more funds to the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC) to help them in livestock off take program.

ELDAMA RAVINE: Reviving of Pyrethrum Farming

39 Pyrethrum farmers in Lembus ward, Torongo Division of Eldama Ravine Constituency received 40,000 seedlings of pyrethrum issued by Pyrethrum Board of Kenya

Eradicating Pests and Diseases in Baringo County

Baringo County Livestock Officer Lily Rotich has urged livestock keepers in Baringo County to embrace veterinary service in order to fight pest and diseases

Baringo: Covid-19 and Floods, Cripples Tourism Sector

Baringo County has lost more than Shillings 90 million in form of revenue to covid-19 pandemic and raising water levels of Lakes Bogoria and Baringo.

No More Donkey Meat Feasts as State Halts Slaughter Licensing

ll be no feasting on donkey meat after the government declined to issue licenses allowing the slaughter of the animals in the country.

Indigenous Turkana in Kenya Excluded from Oil Benefits, Other Resources

The Turkana Indigenous people in northwest Kenya are nomadic pastoralists whose main socioeconomic activity is herding livestock and moving in search of water and grazing lands for their animals.

Baringo: Hunger, Disease Burden as Rising Lake Water Washes Away Farms

Perkerra Irrigation Scheme in Baringo has been a lifeline to more than 20,000 people, who directly depended on it for a living transforming the region's economy

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BARINGO NORTH: Government asked to Apply the same Tactics Used in Laikipia to Flash Out Bandits in Baringo

Baringo North parliamentary aspirant Tokei Nyitore has lauded the government for the swift response to Laikipia skirmishes caused by banditry attacks.

Is Gideon Moi’s Presidential Bid a Scheme to Divide Votes in Rift Valley?

KANU boss Senator Gideon Moi might be facing off deputy president William Ruto in the coming general elections.

CALM RESTORED IN LAIKIPIA

The Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai has said that normalcy has been restored in areas that were affected by clashes in Laikipai County

ELDAMA RAVINE: MEET A 13 YEAR OLD GUITAR LUTHIER

Kigen Kiptoo a 13 year old boy has amazed many in Tabare Village, Eldama Ravine Sub County with his skills of making guitars.

Leaders Call for Millitary Intervention in Laikipia Skirmishes

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i is expected to announce changes in security management in Laikipia County to quell the ongoing skirmishes in Laikipia.
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