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A Call for Awareness, Support, and Legal Protections in Nairobi’s Response to Gender-Based Violence

Gender-based violence (GBV), a pervasive social problem that has a negative impact on countless lives in urban areas all over the world, is not...

Nairobi’s Fight against Drug Abuse and Addiction: A Comprehensive Strategy

Drug usage and addiction have become serious issues in Nairobi, especially among young people. For the city's people' general well-being, social cohesion, and public...

Increasing Access to High-Quality Healthcare in Nairobi: Bridging the Healthcare Divide

Although Nairobi, Kenya's thriving capital city, is home to a number of healthcare facilities and medical institutes, assuring access to high-quality healthcare is still...

A Commitment to Improving Living Conditions and Fostering Inclusive Development in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements

There are numerous informal settlements, also referred to as slums, in Nairobi, the vibrant capital city of Kenya. These villages are distinguished by poor...

Wall-Sits Revealed as the Most Effective Exercise to Lower Blood Pressure

A recent study, featured in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, has shed light on the best exercises for reducing blood pressure. The research,...

Residents Celebrate as Low Traffic Scheme Permanently Transforms Streets and Reduces Noise

In response to the clamour from local residents for safer, greener, and more inviting streets, Islington Council has made a significant decision to make...

“Financial Relief for Struggling Renters: Islington Council Allocates £500,000 Grant Pot”

With the ongoing economic challenges and rising living costs, many people find it increasingly difficult to meet their financial obligations, especially when it comes...


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