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· January, 2008

Stories about Kenya from January, 2008

Kenya: Using SMS to spread rumours

Kenya: The Kenya I want

Using Web2.0 tools for Environmental Activism

To borrow a leaf from the Global voices Sub Saharan Editor's post on cyber-activism in the aftermath of the elections in Kenya; we take a look at how environmental bloggers...

Kenyan Bloggers back to “almost” normal life

After the unfortunate crisis following the presidential election in Kenya, Kenyan bloggers are back to normal business writing about a variety of non-political subjects.

Environment: Nobel Laureate speaks out on security in Kenya

Kenya: Artists help to heal wounds

Kenya: Mapping the dark and the light

Kenya: From ODM to Icarus

Kenya: Displaced children

Kenya: Kenya in Distress vouchers

Kenya: Boycotting businesses belong to President Kibaki

Kenya: Dark cloud reveal silver lining

Kenya: Live broadcast of parliament

Kenya: Ushahidi in the news

Kenya: Cyberactivism in the aftermath of political violence

Kenyan citizen journalists and activists are increasingly turning to popular Web 2.0 tools and applications such as wikis, blogs, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and mashups to organize and share news and...

Kenya: Kenyan writers’ reactions to post election crisis

Mozambique: Kenya's new cabinet

Kenya: Bloggers seek to heal a wounded nation

After a week of killings, looting and the political madness witnessed in Kenya after last month’s general elections, Kenyan Bloggers are blogging to heal a deeply wounded nation.

Kenya: Moving images of unrest and hope

A video walkthrough of the recent violent events in Kenya following the December 27th elections, with shocking images, insightful interviews and hopeful thoughts on the future.

Kenya: A tool for reporting acts of violence

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