Justus Wanzala
Justus Wanzala is a Kenyan journalist who writes on the environment, climate change, agriculture and practical technologies as well as sustainable development and social issues. Currently, he works for the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation and as a freelancer/contributor for various publications across the globe.
The right path

The right path

East Africa: food forests Agro-ecology enterprises are helping to cushion African farmers and smallholders against climate change, improve nutrition and generate income Chirping birds welcome you to Bio Gardening Innovations (BIOGI) a local not-for-profit organisation...

The art of war

The art of war

Africa and wars: traditional weapons The advent of the machine gun at the end of the 19th century irrevocably changed the way wars were waged in Africa “Whatever happens, we have got the Maxim gun, and they have not,” wrote Hilaire Belloc, British writer and poet, in...

The view from Kariobangi

The view from Kariobangi

SDG 11: inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities More citizen engagement will be needed to drive greater political transparency and accountability in implementing development projects By Justus Wanzala It is midday and in Nairobi’s low income settlement of...

Justus Wanzala
Justus Wanzala is a Kenyan journalist who writes on the environment, climate change, agriculture and practical technologies as well as sustainable development and social issues. Currently, he works for the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation and as a freelancer/contributor for various publications across the globe.
The right path

The right path

East Africa: food forests Agro-ecology enterprises are helping to cushion African farmers and smallholders against climate change, improve nutrition and generate income Chirping birds welcome you to Bio Gardening Innovations (BIOGI) a local not-for-profit organisation...

The art of war

The art of war

Africa and wars: traditional weapons The advent of the machine gun at the end of the 19th century irrevocably changed the way wars were waged in Africa “Whatever happens, we have got the Maxim gun, and they have not,” wrote Hilaire Belloc, British writer and poet, in...

The view from Kariobangi

The view from Kariobangi

SDG 11: inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities More citizen engagement will be needed to drive greater political transparency and accountability in implementing development projects By Justus Wanzala It is midday and in Nairobi’s low income settlement of...