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Health - Health: WHO plots elimination of Africa’s neglected tropical diseases - Monday, 04 May 2015 08:29
Health - Health: Nursing Is Part of the Solution to Africa’s Healthcare Challenges - Tuesday, 05 May 2015 00:18
Agriculture - Agriculture: Icipe, partners launch major project to uplift citrus farming in Kenya and Tanzania - Tuesday, 05 May 2015 00:11
Agriculture - Agriculture: While we are Sleeping―High Night Temperatures affect Our Morning Coffee - Tuesday, 05 May 2015 00:07

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CITES, UNEP to support 12 African countries strengthen wildlife laws

17 countries, 12 of who are in Africa have been urged by the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wildlife and Flora (CITES) to strengthen their legal frameworks to combat illegal trade in wildlife.

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Combating air pollution, training more lung doctors key to reducing global burden of asthma

To mark World Asthma Day, World Lung Foundation (WLF) urges today for more rapid and effective action to reduce air pollution and more investment in training lung health specialist doctors in low and middle income countries to help asthma sufferers…

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The Globalisation of Public Health: Ensuring Healthcare Access For All

Against a backdrop of some enormous global failures, global healthcare is not yet a human right for all. However, there is hope that we can tackle the issues of public health around the world by working together, systematically.

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TB Vaccine: Address Country level Research needs

There is need for countries with high TB levels to better address the R&D needs for TB vaccines, Glenda Gray, President of the South African Medical Research Council said at a recent Forum on in tuberculosis (TB) and TB vaccine…

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Nursing Is Part of the Solution to Africa’s Healthcare Challenges

Nurses play a key role in the healthcare sector and their efforts are critical in countries attaining their MDGs. According to Professor Busi Bhengu, Chairperson of the South Africa Nursing Council and speaker at the Nursing Conference set to be…

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Icipe, partners launch major project to uplift citrus farming in Kenya and Tanzania

A Euro 1.2 million project to address the significant insect pests and diseases constraining the production of citrus fruits in Kenya and Tanzania has been launched.

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While we are Sleeping―High Night Temperatures affect Our Morning Coffee

The first on-the-ground evidence that climate change is already having an impact on the Arabica coffee sector in the East African Highlands region is shown in a study called “Coffea arabica yields decline in Tanzania due to climate change: Global…

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Young South African scientists called to enter international Green Talents Competition 2015

South Africa’s most ambitious young scientists with an interest in sustainability research are being invited to take part in the international 2015 Green Talents Competition which offers the opportunity for its winners to promote their research in Germany and be…

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While we are Sleeping―High Night Temperatures affect Our Morning Coffee

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Written by Adeleke Mainasara

The first on-the-ground evidence that climate change is already having an impact on the Arabica coffee sector in the East African Highlands region is shown in a study called “Coffea arabica yields decline in Tanzania due to climate change: Global implications” published earlier this month in www.sciencedirect.com by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, and the University of Witwatersrand.

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Merck Africa Luminary Brought Africa Countries Together to voice their views on priority health risks in the continent

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Written by Kevin Wafula

More than 120 Healthcare providers from over 20 African countries attended the Merck Africa Luminary Congress in Germany last month to benefit from medical and scientific education. The discussions revolved on healthcare capacity building and access to high quality and innovative healthcare solutions.

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Food security, livelihoods at risk as destructive pest invades Tanzania

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Written by Isa Chuki

A new, destructive pest is rapidly spreading through the coastal areas of Tanzania around Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar attacking important food crops such as papaya and cassava, and ornamental plants like hibiscus and frangipani. It has been identified by scientists at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) as the Papaya mealybug (Paracoccus marginatus).

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