Kenya

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Kenya’s $5 education

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Like many parents around the world, mothers and fathers in the poorest slums of Kenya try to find a good education for their children.  But quality…

Staying on message

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | Kenyan churches successfully lobby to remove a U.S.-funded ad they say encourages adultery

Globe Trot: Voting in Kenya, fighting in Mali, geology in Africa, and AIDS cured in Mississippi

By Mindy Belz
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International | High voter turnout in Kenya today marks one of the most complex—and controversial—presidential elections in the key East African nation and strong…

Caught in the middle

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | It’s hard for the U.S. president to play neutral in Kenya’s upcoming election

Explosive attack on Kenya church kills one child

Explosive attack on Kenya church kills one child

By Wire Reports
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Terrorism | NAIROBI, Kenya (AP)—The acting police chief in Kenya's capital says an explosive device set off in a Sunday school class killed one child and seriously…

Uttermost parts

Uttermost parts

By Mindy Belz
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Kenya | Humble work in remote reaches of Africa is growing despite many obstacles

Pro-abortion dollars

Pro-abortion dollars

By Alisa Harris
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Kenya | Millions from USAID support a Kenyan constitution that liberalizes abortion laws

Back from the brink

Back from the brink

By Sarah Clark
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Kenya | The government's "grand coalition" settled the violence, but is it enough to make neighbors trust one another again?

Not giving up

Not giving up

By Sarah Clark
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Kenya | Violence has many of Kenya's faith-based ministries on hold but not hopeless

'Higher peace' dividends

'Higher peace' dividends

By Susan Olasky
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Kenya | Counseling center helps African women overcome the effects of poverty, war, and disease-and produce beautiful holiday products

African fruit basket

African fruit basket

By Priya Abraham
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Kenya | A long-awaited new constitution avoids direct Islamic law but divides the electorate into bananas and oranges

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