The tourism sector is yet to recover from the ravages of post election violence 10 months down the line with a reduction of 30 per cent in earnings in the third quarter of the year compared to the same period last year. The earnings stood at KSh34.5 billion compared to the KSh49.2 billion registered over the same period last year.
Kenyans living with HIV and Aids now have hopes of prolonging their lives as the country is set to receive $130 million (Sh10 billion) to fight the disease. The money is a new grant from the Global Fund. Public Health and Sanitation minister Beth Mugo said yesterday it will be used to buy antiretroviral drugs for patients living with HIV and AIDS.