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A blog created to cover essential environmental and political information in Kenya with a view to promoting POVERTY ALLEVIATION through creating awareness of the Millennium Development Goals

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I work for WildlifeDirect.org which is a blog platform for African conservationists and we often have a lot of stories that would be pertinent to your blog. How can I get in touch with you?

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hi, i feel that this website is truly helpful and the content very informative. I do e-marketing for a an East African jobs site http://www.webarazacareers.com. Our website offers free services to East Africans.
We would like to get listed on your site, as we look to inform more jobseekers and employers about the site.

Kindly advice.

Regards, Flossie

Thanks flossie, Drop me an e-mail at enviropolitics(at)gmail.com.

Hello;

I am working with the National Geographic Society to make people aware that due to recent events the lions of southern Kenya are in imminent danger of extinction. I thought that readers of your blog would want to know of this potentially tragic happening.

NGS is working to protect the current remaining lions, but also to establish programs that will help the population grow and thrive well into the future. The key to protecting the lions is first to remove the economic incentive to kill the lions. These efforts involve creating a sustainable balance between local Maasai communities and lion groups.

The situation has reached a critical level. Unless something is done immediately, there will be no more lions in this part of Kenya, which would be a tragedy.

Visit http://www.NationalGeographic.com/Bigcats to learn more. There is still hope that we can protect these majestic animals, but we have no time to lose, and it is vital that word be spread among those who love not only lions but the beauty and culture of Kenya.

where are the vedios

You are my most recent discovery – Yay! I love the blog (especially the environmental bit) – Good Job!

I am not sure whether this is the right platform but as Kenya focuses on the Vision 2030, it would be great if there was a way of encouraging Kenyans living abroad to channel back developmental ideas back home. Brain drain is hurting Africa.

Are you still running this blog?

HI, AM JULIET HIV+ I NEED THE EMAIL ADRESSE OF STACY CARE FOUNDATION SO THAT I CAN JOIN THE CLUB.

Find the contacts at our post : World AIDS Day 2008 : Social Club for HIV Positive in Nairobi, at this link:
https://kenvironews.wordpress.com/2008/12/01/world-aids-day-2008-social-club-for-hiv-positive-in-nairobi/

i am a student at J.K.U.A.T persuing Bachelor of commerce (f(finance option) currently a forth year student.would be glad if offerd a cencus job will apply my stastitics skills in the process.look forwad to positive response. response.my

Hi Phil
do you have any more info on Nairobi Dam?
Am working on landscape solutions and scenarios for the milieu.
Cheers.

where are you situated in nairobi and its enviroments

very educative site on poverty eradication in Kenya, Keep up the good site

Whats the link between the World Cup and the MDGS
Will its hosting on the African continent act
as leaverage for highlighting the plight of
Africa.

I really what the dominion farm are doing at yala swamp, they have improve the living standard of the people living around that area ,i concradulate for that.I would also to get intarch in one of job mostly in computer enginnering and electrical installation areas. I am adiplomat certificate in information technology and electrial engineering.Thanks in advance.

I really like what the dominion farm are doing at yala swamp, they have improve the living standard of the people living around that area ,i concradulate for that.I would also to get intarch in one of job mostly in computer enginnering and electrical installation areas. I am adiplomat certificate in information technology and electrial engineering.Thanks in advance.

your google pagerank?. By the way, will be this microsoft web site engine that u use? We believe its far better then wordpress, it loads nicely atleast. Preserve up your great function!

A very usefull blog filled with excellent informations.

Thank you.

love the content on your blog…please visit mine at http://dailykenyanjobs.blogspot.com

Greetings-

I made an entry on wordpress. I now want to delete it permanently.

How do I go about it?

Simon .

join us too and let us make it happen!


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