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Agriculture - Agriculture: DR Congo plots to transform her agriculture - Thursday, 25 June 2015 16:15
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Introducing Muhaka icipe: A new, bizzare wasp discovered in Kenya

icipe taxonomists in collaboration with colleagues at the Smithsonian Institution, USA, have discovered a new, enigmatic wasp genus and species in Muhaka forest on the south coast of Kenya.

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Huge opportunities for agricultural growth in West Africa

West Africa has unprecedented opportunities for agricultural growth, a new report by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) shows.

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Kenya leading the “WhatsApp-ification” of money

Kenyans are increasingly sending international remittances like they send WhatsApp messages, thanks to the growth of instant transfers to Mobile Money.

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Cango Caves faces imminent closure

The Cango Caves are caught in the crossfire of political upheaval and corruption, a lack of sound management and financial security which could lead to the permanent closure of the Cango Caves and heavy financial losses for a large portion…

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Côte d’Ivoire’s first operational CCGT power plant is inaugurated

Azito Energie SA (‘Azito’) celebrated the commercial start-up of Phase 3 of its 430 MW combined-cycle gas turbine (‘CCGT’) Power Plant in Abidjan on Monday with an onsite inauguration ceremony held in the presence of His Excellency, President Alassane Ouattara,…

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DR Congo plots to transform her agriculture

DR Congo plots to transform her agriculture

Senior Advisors in the office of the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Drs John Ulimwengu and Kamwanga Masankisa) are in Nigeria exploring areas of partnership with International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, IITA.

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Uganda, Global Fund Sign New Grants

Uganda and the Global Fund today signaled a new phase of partnership by signing five new grants for US$226 million to fight HIV and tuberculosis as well as to build resilient and sustainable systems for health in the country.

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Merck Partners with Parliament, University of Nairobi to Launch Fertility Care Programme

Merck, a leading company for innovative and top-quality high-tech products in healthcare, life science and performance materials, today launched “More than a Mother” campaign as part of Merck Fertility Capacity Advancement Program (CAP), in collaboration with the University of Nairobi and Kenya…

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Introducing Muhaka icipe: A new, bizzare wasp discovered in Kenya

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Written by Kevin Wafula

icipe taxonomists in collaboration with colleagues at the Smithsonian Institution, USA, have discovered a new, enigmatic wasp genus and species in Muhaka forest on the south coast of Kenya.

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Huge opportunities for agricultural growth in West Africa

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Written by Adeleke Mainasara

West Africa has unprecedented opportunities for agricultural growth, a new report by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) shows.

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Cango Caves faces imminent closure

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Written by Melissa Reitz

The Cango Caves are caught in the crossfire of political upheaval and corruption, a lack of sound management and financial security which could lead to the permanent closure of the Cango Caves and heavy financial losses for a large portion of the Little Karoo’s community, which is reliant on the yearly generation of R20 million in tourism revenue from the caves.

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  • Uganda, Global Fund Sign New Grants

    Uganda and the Global Fund today signaled a new phase of partnership by signing five new grants for US$226 million to fight HIV and tuberculosis as well as to build resilient and sustainable systems for health in the country.

    Read more...