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Agriculture - Agriculture: Making a livelihood out of the humble orange-fleshed sweet potato - Friday, 12 December 2014 07:20
Health - Health: Côte d’Ivoire Launches Giveaway of 13 Million Nets to Fight Malaria - Wednesday, 10 December 2014 11:39
Environment - Environment: Economic Potential of Carbon-Rich Mangroves Remains Untapped, Finds New UN Report - Wednesday, 10 December 2014 05:24
Health - Health: Kenya to set Sh3.4billion for cancer diagnostics - Wednesday, 10 December 2014 05:21
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AGRA Distributes Seeds to weed out Ebola in Liberia

Thousands of smallholder farmers in Liberia are set to benefit from an innovative seed distribution initiative that seeks to combine food security and Ebola containment strategies in Liberia. 

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500+ Organizations Launch Global Coalition to Accelerate Access to Universal Health Coverage

A new global coalition of more than 500 leading health and development organizations worldwide is urging governments to accelerate reforms that ensure everyone, everywhere, can access quality health services without being forced into poverty. The coalition, launched Friday on the…

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Making a livelihood out of the humble orange-fleshed sweet potato

Anyango Julian is a successful farmer after orange-fleshed sweet potato helped her improve on her livelihood.

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Côte d’Ivoire Launches Giveaway of 13 Million Nets to Fight Malaria

A nationwide campaign to distribute 13 million mosquito nets to protect people against malaria was launched here today, aiming to provide one net for every two people in Côte d’Ivoire.

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Tanzania’s Safe Motherhood Text Messaging Service Enters its Third Year with Half a Million Registrants

“I like that this service reminds women to come early for checkups. It makes our work easier,” says midwife Getrude Justin Mushi. She is one of the 1300 Tanzanian healthcare workers who registers pregnant women and their supporters to the…

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Economic Potential of Carbon-Rich Mangroves Remains Untapped, Finds New UN Report

The economic and social benefits of mangroves - which are estimated to run into the hundreds of billions worldwide - remain largely untapped due to a lack of carbon finance mechanisms, appropriate policy interventions, and rapid mangrove deforestation, according to…

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Kenya to set Sh3.4billion for cancer diagnostics

The Government of Kenya has announced plans to set aside Sh3.4billion each year to support cancer diagnostics in the country.

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Can a pill prevent HIV? : HIV treatment offers hope for HIV prevention but no panacea

New research findings recommend further measures should be put in place to make the best use of two new HIV prevention options.

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WHO says Children exposed to high lead poisoning

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Written by Maurice Kiiza

Nine in ten children affected by high exposure to lead live in low and middle income countries, says World Health Organisation (WHO) on the occasion of International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action, and calls on countries to strengthen national actions to eliminate lead paint. Childhood lead exposure is estimated to contribute to 600,000 new cases of children with intellectual disabilities every year.

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Population stabilization is not enough to save Earth

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Written by Leon Kolankiewicz

As a college undergraduate years ago majoring in forestry and wildlife management, I took an elective philosophy course in logic. One of the key takeaways that I still remember more than three decades later is the crucial distinction between the words “necessary” and “sufficient.”

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Kenya wildlife agency goes high-tech in bid to protect rhinos

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Written by Raymond Gichuki

With poachers getting more sophisticated in their approach, Rhino conservation has gone high-tech and will now employ specialised rhino horn tracking systems combined with forensic DNA technology to strengthen rhino monitoring. This will protect the animals on site and also support anti-trafficking mechanisms nationally and regionally.

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