Monthly Archives: March 2015

FamilyMatters

Family Matters – Live your own life

Jackson Biko reflects on the sacrifices we make when raising children, and what happens when they leave  You want to live longer. You want to live and see your kids…

Health

Down-to-earth

Our busy, frantic modern lives often take us away from the natural world. Tricia Wanjala explains the benefits of going barefoot and reconnecting with the earth. It could be the…

London

Unlocking London

Visiting London for the first time or looking for fresh ideas for a family or romantic visit? Msafiri presents three great ways to see the UK’s capital both on and…

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Meet… Nancy Hunt

Born in Kenya, the 13th child of the tribal chief of Musanda Nancy Hunt (Mudenyo) has devoted her life to meeting the needs of vulnerable children. msafiri listened to the…

Volunteers

Health volunteers fly to West Africa

Kenya Airways recently flew 170 Kenyan health volunteers to Freetown, Sierra Leone, and Monrovia, Liberia, on the two flights chartered by the African Union (AU). Speaking after a visit to…

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Tickets to adventure

There’s a world of unforgettable adventures waiting to be had on the KQ network, from scaling cliffs to tackling whitewater and riding rolling surf. Why not get your adrenalin pumping…

Airstrip

Ukunda Airstrip expansion starts

KAA relocates school to enable revamp of aerodrome The relocation of Mkwakwani Primary School, which sits partly within Ukunda Airstrip (on the south coast of Kenya), has commenced, ahead of…

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Taste…

Here’s the low-down on what’s cooking! New restaurant reviews Whether you’re visiting or just passing through Nairobi en route to a safari or beach escape there’s always somewhere new to…

Business

Business Matters – For the greater good

Profitability is one of the clear measures of success. But what should business people do with their profits? MSafiri’s business columnist Nkem Ifejika applauds those entrepreneurs who are willing to…

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Wildlife

Paul Udoto brings us the latest wildlife news Rampant poaching in the 1970s and 1980s, led to a drastic decline in Kenya’s rhino population from over 20,000 to about 300…