ARCHIVIO 09/2021

FOOD AND NATURE

Termites also go extinct

During the rains, they were sold fried in the markets.

30-09-2021 di redazione

Termites are a staple food in the country's northwestern regions during the rainy season, cooked in households and fried in street stalls. A delicacy for young people and an important source of...

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RECIPES

An unusual version of squid stew

A tasty dish of squid, tapioca and sweet potatoes

26-09-2021 di redazione

Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, tapioca (cassava) and sweet potato are used as side dishes for stews with tomato sauce. In inland regions, these dishes are based on ox or...

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NATURE

Electric safari for even more emotions

Kenyan-Swedish company converts off-road vehicles

22-09-2021 di redazione

Electric' safaris in the Maasai Mara reserve, the world's number one paradise for wilderness lovers.
But electricity is not just about strong emotions that reach the heart with...

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NATURE

Khadzonzo or Sokoke, the forest cat

Increasingly rare and now mixed

17-09-2021 di redazione

The Mijikenda tribes call it 'Khadzonzo', a word that refers to their mottled coat, and it is the true indigenous cat of the Kenyan coast.
Originally from the Arabuko Sokoke Forest, it is known as...

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NATURE

A precious ecosystem to safeguard, the Sabaki River estuary

Extraordinary spectacle with thousands of flamingos

10-09-2021 di redazione

It is one of the most precious assets of Malindi, Watamu and the entire Kenyan coast, and certainly one of the most undervalued because of its ecosystem and its potential for nature conservation.

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NATURE

A Kenyan environment and health initiative

Lake Victoria hyacinth produces biogas

03-09-2021 di redazione

Freeing lakes from a weed that restricts fish reproduction and at the same time creating biofuel to limit the use of charcoal in rural kitchens.
This is a Kenyan initiative that simultaneously safeguards the environment, trade and the health of families.

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