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How bodies use HIV funds

 

 Most of the non-governmental organizations that specialize in HIV/AIDS and health management cannot account for most funds allocated to them. Most of the funds are spent on unnecessary conferences and…

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Elephants in crisis – it looks much worse than we thought

 

 The recent update from the Great Elephant Census (GEC), which has been underway across the African continent over the past two years paints a doom and gloom picture for the…

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“zero 3” Smartphone Targets Kenyan Youth

 

 Global mobile phone manufacturer, Infinix Mobility recently launched their latest smartphone, the Infinix Zero 3 smartphone, in the Kenyan market targeting the ballooning middle class tier of the Kenyan economy…

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East African nations race to become region’s first oil exporter

 

 Significant onshore oil discoveries in Uganda and Kenya and offshore gas discoveries in Tanzania and Mozambique have made East Africa a subject of intense interest among the global energy industry….

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Yellow fever vaccination campaign: DRC vaccinates more than 10 M people

 

 The largest emergency vaccination campaign against yellow fever ever attempted in Africa, came to an end on 5 September 2016 with more than 10.6 million people in the Democratic Republic…

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African Agriculture improves, AGRA Report reveals

 

 A decade of intense domestic attention to farmers and food production has generated “the most successful development effort” in African history, with countries that made the biggest investments rewarded with…

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USD15 M USAID funded pact to spark ‘new era’ in Africa agricultural data collection

 

 Two countries in Sub-Saharan Africa will be among those that are to pilot a USD 15 million agreement between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and FAO aimed…

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Water management is key to helping farming communities

 

 Experts all over the world are working to find sustainable solutions to the most pressing water challenges facing the world today. Water is a constant challenge in crop production and…

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Chickens give farmers new hope when the rains fail

 

 For the two thirds of people in Kenya who rely on the food they grow and animals they keep, frequent droughts can leave many struggling to produce enough to feed…

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Protecting people from disease outbreaks and other health emergencies in Africa and beyond

 

 Addis Ababa, 20 August 2016 – With more than 100 public health emergencies occurring each year in the African Region, Health Ministers have agreed to implement some key actions to…

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