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Amid Recession, Sub-Saharan Africa Poised for Recovery
Acute hunger set to soar in over 20 countries, warn FAO and WFP
Call for urgent and at-scale action to avert rising hunger and risk of famine
Interactive Transparency Processes Resume as Countries Discuss Progress to 2020 Targets
Human Rights Council Concludes General Debate on Technical Assistance and Capacity Building
Human Rights Council continues general debate on racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related forms of intolerance
First Responders from Southern African Development Community Strengthen Chemical Emergency Preparedness
Negotiations during COVID-19 Era for fellows of Women and International Security in Cyberspace Fellowship
Global catalogue of ecosystems launched to enable coordinated conservation efforts
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 variants identified in UK
On death penalty in Republic of Botswana
Pfizer and IDA Foundation Partner to Expand Access to Essential Cancer Treatments
New project to boost sustainable wildlife management and food security in southern Africa
How Governments Address COVID-19 Misinformation-For Better or For Worse
Antibody infusions prevent acquisition of some HIV strains, NIH studies find
UN responds as thousands caught in wake of devastating cyclone
Tropical Cyclone Eloise threatens Mozambique
Travel restrictions update South Africa ban extended, Israel removed from Travel Corridors list
Building back better: US17.8m for UNIDO projects in support of ozone protection and climate action
Animals are back at Gorongosa National Park after civil war, but savanna community doesn’t look quite look like how it used to
Botswana and Saudi Arabia added to travel corridor list of exempt countries
Australia to host virtual WTO ministerial meeting
United States Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Peru and Botswana on Critical Energy Minerals
Major new research programme could fast-track health service improvement in low and middle-income countries
UN Human Rights Council 45 Joint Commonwealth Statement, Item 10 General Debate
Botswana National Day
Distance no barrier: Portsmouth academic advises on policing in ‘Kingdom in sky’
COVID-19 control rests with human behaviour, at least until a vaccine arrives
New malaria transmission patterns emerge in Africa
CHOP Promise: Striving for Breakthroughs Both Locally and Globally
Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19 pandemic
Advancing international partnerships on critical minerals
UK aid funding available for innovative energy projects
Meeting of Founding Partners of Energy Resource Governance Initiative
Founding Partners Convene to Recognize Anniversary of Energy Resource Governance Initiative
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
Security and Policing 2020
Assistant Secretary Fannon visits Canada, Launches Energy Minerals Toolkit
WHO Executive Board appoints directors for Africa and Europe
Over £50 million for clean energy projects across Africa
Horsham gearing up for Australia Day
Researchers develop predictive tools to tackle childhood disease outbreaks in Botswana
MIT’s D-Lab founder speaks at Imperial about tackling global challenges
Jamaica to host 15th session of Intangible Cultural Heritage Committee
Drones spy on hippos to help conservation efforts
Spying on hippos with drones to help conservation efforts
Kisling NCOA partners with Botswana Air Arm to develop professional curriculum
Immediate Treatment with Antiretroviral Therapy Helps Infants with HIV