Nairobi Waste-to-Energy Project Set to Generate Power
With a 27-billion shilling ($314 million) waste-to-energy project scheduled to launch February 24th, officials are optimistic that Nairobi has finally found a long-term solution to waste management.
The Nairobi County government signed a deal on September 28th with German companies Sustainable Energy Management UG and ISO International Development & Consulting GmbH, to build a solid waste recycling plant for turning millions of cubic tonnes of solid, organic and inorganic waste into electricity.
Drought-prone Turkana banks on livestock, fisheries to turn fortunes
Turkana County Government is banking on livestock and fisheries through value addition to lift living standards of its people. Despite abundant resources that Turkana County boasts, it is one of the poorest regions in the country. The ravaging starvation does not help matters. Livestock and fisheries are the mainstay of the community with the potential running into billions of shillings. Within this backdrop though are efforts by the County