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  This remote region in Kenya’s north-west is known as the cradle of humankind. But it is a case study in how climate change forces people off their land. It was in Kenya’s Turkana County, near the border with Ethiopia, where one of the earliest human…
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Summary Climate change is here with us. We cannot stop it. The only way is to see how to work around it. -- Peter Ekai Lokoel, Deputy Governor Turkana, September 2014 Over the past century, the average annual temperature on earth has increased, the…
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Thousands of people in a poor urban district outside Mombasa face serious health consequences from toxic lead from a battery recycling plant. The crisis is the result of the Kenyan government’s failure to adequately regulate the lead smelter in the Owino…
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Treat, Compensate Victims of Mombasa Smelter

(Nairobi) – Thousands of people in a poor urban district outside Mombasa face serious health consequences from toxic lead from a battery recycling plant, Human Rights Watch said today. The crisis is the result of the Kenyan government’s failure to…
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A Question of Life or Death Treatment Access for Children Living With HIV in Kenya Map of Kenya I. Summary Key Recommendations II. Methodology III. Background HIV/AIDS Treatment for Children The Epidemic in Eastern and Southern Africa The Global Fight…
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40,000 Risk Death if Not Treated

Adobe Flash Player and a browser with JavaScript support is required to use the media player. [Audio: Human Rights Watch's Juliane Kippenberg explains why children are not getting life-saving access to treatment for HIV/AIDS in Kenya.]   (…
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Millions of Kids in Africa Lack State Protection

The government of Kenya is failing to care for millions of children who have been orphaned by AIDS or whose family members suffer from the disease, Human Rights Watch charged in a report released today. HIV/AIDS has orphaned about a million children in…