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Dealing with HIV is hard enough, but the rise in food prices in the Horn of Africa has produced a new problem: treating HIV on an empty stomach.
Christian and Muslim leaders in Kenya have discussed how to improve their HIV/AIDS strategies at a conference in Nairobi from 23 to 25 November.
After grenade attacks on a church in northern Kenya blamed on Islamic extremists, religious leaders say they are redoubling inter-faith peace efforts.
As a new global initiative opposes child marriages, church-based centres in southern Kenya are providing havens for girls and community education.
Catholic bishops in Kenya told people to eat genetically modified foods to check starvation amidst a catastrophic drought in the Horn of Africa.
Christian Aid has called on the Kenyan government to open a refugee camp that is currently standing empty to cope with the 1,400 new daily arrivals.
A film about Kimani Ng'ang'a Maruge, an 84-year-old man who enrolled in primary school in 2003 so he could learn to read the Bible, has inspired the creation of an educational charity for unprivileged children around the world.
The killing of Osama bin Laden has united survivors of the 1998 terrorist attack on the US embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, in a compassionate response.
Muslim leaders in Kenya are calling for government action on Christian schools which have banned students from wearing the hijab.
A Kenyan church leader, who used to believe HIV was God's punishment, has changed, and is up for an award celebrating her work against prejudice.