Gail Albert-Halaban has been photographing people through their windows for over 10 years (with permission). She says it brings a sense of connection to strangers within the community.
For Judith Akelo Otana, she can no longer hold a cup of water still – or bathe herself fully. Ever since her hands began shaking and skin itching, the simple things in life have become near impossible.
Judith is a gold buyer, and has been for most of her adult life. But for her, the way she makes a living – may also be slowly killing her.
CGTN’s Oliver Jarvis investigated the underreported practice of child trafficking in Kenya – speaking to those who had been most affected, and those who were fighting the practice on a new front. To many, this […]
For Meryem Cherkaoui, becoming a top-flight chef in Morocco has been no easy journey. With the restaurant industry being so male-dominated, it means few women ever get the chance to head their own restaurant. But […]
A look into life in the field in Morocco. From high up in the Atlas Mountains to the busy streets of Marrakech, explore a culture unlike any other:
10 years ago, the sound of shouting and banging fists on the front gate of the “Safe House” would keep Agnes Pareyio awake at night. The commotion: Parents demanding the return of their girls so they could go through the traditional female Maasai rite of passage, ukeketaji, to become a woman.
Thursday, Kenya’s political uncertainty was apparent as election day saw low voter turnouts in certain polling stations, and protests across parts of the country. Many opposition supporters held true to their word of not voting. CGTN’s Oliver Jarvis recounts the key events he experienced throughout the day:
CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis went live from Dandora Dumpsite, Nairobi to show the extent of the damage that plastic has on our environment.
What could happen come August 8? CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis discusses the results of a national opinion poll with research analyst Dr Tom Wolf, to try and determine which way the election could swing.
Lead researcher Dr Tom Wolf tells CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis that even though the polls show Kenyans to be unhappy with the current state of the country, it doesn’t mean that they will put confidence in a different leadership.