TIMAU, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Braving the midday sun, Kenyan farmer Jane Njoki carries trays of lush, green sprouts to feeding troughs as her cows moo impatiently in a nearby shed.
MURANG'A, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mid-morning at Gaitheri Secondary School in central Kenya's Murang'a County, and students are busy with their daily routine, as at any other school. But their establishment is different - boasting a better power supply than most rural classrooms.
BUSIA, Kenya, April 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Armed
with a hoe and Wellington boots, George Wandera planted bamboo
seedlings in neatly dug holes along the banks of a stream on
his farm that feeds a nearby lake in western Kenya.
BUSIA, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In this sunny part of Kenya, solar cookers – which trap sunlight to heat food – have surged in popularity in recent years. But a big problem remains: How to cook when the sun doesn't shine?
BUSIA, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Colletta Anyango saunters around a large, well-kept garden, carefully identifying and plucking the leaves of plants ranging from herbs and vegetables to fruit bushes and trees. Some have shed their leaves in defense against the dry weather typical of western Kenya early in the year, while others are lush green.
KITUI, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the Kenyan government announced five years ago that coal deposits had been found in the Mui Basin, a land of rolling hills and pristine forests east of Nairobi, local farmers hoped the discovery would help transform their livelihoods.
STOCKHOLM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Sub-Saharan Africa is seeing a surge of interest in irrigation among small-scale farmers as climate change brings more erratic weather and as rising populations in countries from Nigeria to Kenya mean demand for a reliable harvest is growing, agriculture and water experts say.
ENAIBOSHO, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On a cold afternoon, three women are gathering dry grass and feeding it into a hand-operated baling machine. In no time, a bale of hay emerges and is hefted onto a waiting pile partially covered with plastic sheeting.
MAIMAHIU, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Not many women are clean energy entrepreneurs in Kenya. But poisoned chickens turned Lydia Waithera into one.