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Merck Pharma to Pilots a Diabetes SMS Campaign in Kenya, Uganda

Merck will pilot its first diabetes SMS initiative in Kenya and Uganda projecting to reach at least 100,000 people annually. This is part of Merck Capacity Advancement Program (CAP) launched recently.

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Acqua for life goes continental as it seeks to provide water in Africa, Latin America and Asia

Giorgio Armani is for the fourth consecutive year push on with its Acqua for Life campaign as it continues to roll-out sustainable drinking water systems that benefit thousands of people in Africa, Latin America and South Asia.

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The Need for Biometric National ID Cards in Africa

In the United States, when a child is born, he/she is assigned a number. This is the social security number (SSN). That number follows the child till death. That number is unique and captures the child’s life history. No so…

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Women in agricultural research: IITA plans higher women representation in key positions

Increasing the quota of women in research transcends the clamor for gender mainstreaming; it is all about improving productivity and efficiency, says IITA Director General Dr Nteranya Sanginga.

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Expert wants governments to tap agriculture for job creation

The Director General of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Dr Nteranya Sanginga has called on Governments to make use of the potential in agriculture to create wealth and jobs.

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East African Countries fast-track harmonised policy on biosafety

The Arusha-based East African Community is fast-tracking her efforts to have a harmonized policy on biosafety.

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Kenya Commits to Delivering Safe Water, Basic Toilets and Hygiene to its People

Kenya has reiterated its commitment to provision of clean water and improvement of sanitation to bolster its' citizen's health at a time when the country is losing over Sh27 billion annually due to poor sanitation and hygiene.

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Nigeria turns to herbal concoctions to fight malaria

Nigerian scientists have turned to natural herbs extract to fight common diseases like malaria, ulcer and fungal related diseases.

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icipe, AU-IBAR train vets, beekeepers from around Africa on bee health

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Written by Kevin Wafula Monday, 31 March 2014 12:32

Beekeepers and veterinarians started a week-long training in Nairobi on Monday, aimed at increasing awareness across the continent of bee pests and diseases, and their prevention and control, as part of a 13.1 million Euro programme funded by the European Union.

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New deal to boost meat supply in South Africa

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Written by Frank Khumalo Monday, 31 March 2014 06:48

The Spur Group has announced that it acquired a 30% stake in Bravitz Fine Foods, a start-up operation currently establishing a new world-class meat processing facility in Johannesburg, South Africa that will specialize in processing rib cuts.

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FAO urges Africa’s youth to enter farming

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Written by Raymond Gichuki Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:02

African youth involvement in agriculture and boosting support for the region's vulnerable family farmers will be pivotal to improving food security and economic well-being in the years to come, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva told participants at the Organization's Regional Conference for Africa.

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