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Environment - Environment: Regional Capacity, Cooperation Crucial to Combat Wildlife Trafficking - Sunday, 24 May 2015 13:22
Agriculture - Agriculture: Kenya tops region on sanitary and Phtytosanitary Compliance - Sunday, 24 May 2015 13:19
Health - Health: New medical tool to save infants, children - Monday, 25 May 2015 05:02
Technology - Technology: ICTs boosting growth in Africa but teachers reluctant to change - Sunday, 24 May 2015 12:55
Environment - Environment: New UN Report Lays Out Financial Reforms Needed to guard against Climate Shocks - Friday, 22 May 2015 16:08
Environment - Environment: Tutu, Kenyan singer call want more voices on post-2015 development agenda - Friday, 22 May 2015 16:04
Health - Health: Fred Hutch, Uganda Cancer Institute open Cancer Centre - Thursday, 21 May 2015 17:31
Agriculture - Agriculture: Donors can do more to support small-scale farmers, ecological farming in Africa - Wednesday, 20 May 2015 17:34
Agriculture - Agriculture: 1M Euros EU fund to educate Kenyan horticultural Farmers on phytosanitary - Wednesday, 20 May 2015 14:12
Agriculture - Agriculture: Fresh produce: Kenya plots to surmount sanitary, phytosanitary Challenges - Wednesday, 20 May 2015 14:08

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New medical tool to save infants, children

With Canadian government funding, medical scientists have created and demonstrated a new tool that could dramatically lower the tragic annual toll of 760,000 infants and children killed, and millions more stunted, due to severe diarrhea.

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Regional Capacity, Cooperation Crucial to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

Seventy one officers from Interpol, wildlife law enforcement and CITES management authorities in nine African countries, including East and Central Africa, and the Horn of Africa have today completed a five-day training workshop building their capacity to combat wildlife trafficking.

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Kenya tops region on sanitary and Phtytosanitary Compliance

The government of Kenya ranks the best in sanitary and Phtytosanitary compliance regionally. This is according to Kenya plant Health Inspectorate services (KEPHIS) latest revelation.

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ICTs boosting growth in Africa but teachers reluctant to change

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is the key to improving education and thus boosting growth across Africa – but there is still widespread reluctance among teachers, trainers and managers to abandon traditional methods in favour of new solutions.

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New UN Report Lays Out Financial Reforms Needed to guard against Climate Shocks

Harnessing the global financial system to deliver climate security, reduce the risks of high carbon assets, and scale up capital for the low carbon transition is possible, but will only happen with a comprehensive, system-wide approach to financing — including…

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Tutu, Kenyan singer call want more voices on post-2015 development agenda

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has joined a young Kenyan singer-actress to demand intergenerational dialogue on sustainable development goals to reduce poverty, and end inequalities in Africa.

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Fred Hutch, Uganda Cancer Institute open Cancer Centre

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the Uganda Cancer Institute today opened the UCI-Fred Hutch Cancer Centre in Kampala, the first comprehensive cancer center jointly constructed by U.S. and African cancer institutions in sub-Saharan Africa.  

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Donors can do more to support small-scale farmers, ecological farming in Africa

Foundations and international donors can play a greater role in providing assistance to scale-up ecological farming initiatives in Africa, according to a report released today by Greenpeace Africa.

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Health systems: Nigeria turn to genomic medicine

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Written by Adeleke Mainasara

Nigeria has approved the use of genomic medicine to expand treatment and diagnosis of diseases, the country’s Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris said recently.

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YooMee expands, gets a second home in Africa

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Written by Ali Zongo

A Swiss based provider of mobile broadband Internet in sub-Saharan Africa, YooMe has launched its operations in Côte d’Ivoire, second home in Africa after Cameroon.

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Lendico launched in South Africa

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Written by Frank Khumalo

Africa Internet Holding (AIH) has launched Lendico,a digital alternative to banks that enables investors to directly fund the loans of private individuals in South Africa.

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  • New medical tool to save infants, children

    With Canadian government funding, medical scientists have created and demonstrated a new tool that could dramatically lower the tragic annual toll of 760,000 infants and children killed, and millions more stunted, due to severe diarrhea.

    Read more...