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New members of UNESCO’s IPDC Council and Bureau elected to support media development worldwide
Nairobi Convention COP10 agrees to new actions to protect critical habitats, improve climate preparedness
Statement of Thirtieth Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Survival of richest – attempts to curb illegal fishing are hurting small-scale fishers in Africa most
‘World cannot look away’ as 1.3 million face severe hunger
When gut’s internal ecosystem goes awry, could an ancient if gross-sounding treatment make it right
Seed library grows further across Newcastle
Introduced birds are not replacing roles of human-caused extinct species
UN-led partnership to accelerate electric mobility shift in 27 countries
WFP warns of countdown to catastrophe as acute hunger reaches new peak
WFP warns 3 million more now ‘teetering on edge of famine’
Economic Partnership Agreement
In Madagascar, pockets of famine as risks grow for children, warns WFP
Climate magnifies hunger in Madagascar, forecasted poor rains bring dread and despair
COP26 President Alok Sharma’s opening speech at COP26
Millions missing out on remote learning during emergencies: UNICEF
Clocking speed of ocean circulation holds key to past African climates
At least 200 million schoolchildren live in countries that remain unprepared to deploy remote learning
Prosperity – Changements de perspective dans le domaine du Commerce et la sécurité alimentaire
IMF and Madagascar Reach Staff-Level Agreement on First Review of Extended Credit Facility
UK funds £3 M to Malagasy families facing drought and food crisis
OPCW Member States from French speaking countries in Africa enhance understanding of legislative and regulatory issues
Severe drought could spur world’s first climate change famine
World Food Day: Nearly Half of All Stunted Children Live in Countries Most Vulnerable to Climate Change
Small-scale foragers left more than footprints on landscape
Climate change triggers mounting food insecurity, poverty and displacement in Africa
Festival shows how research helps us to understand people and world around us
Rising poverty ‘moral indictment of our times’: Guterres
What Will Happen to Baobab Trees in Madagascar in 2050 and 2070?
Mozambique Becomes First Country To Receive Emission Reductions Payments From Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
Unprecedented hunger to follow in wake of climate crisis, WFP calls for urgent action on World Food Day
Paris Promised, Glasgow Must Deliver
Blackearth Minerals new high grade graphite at Razafy north west region delivers more outstanding results
1.26 billion people at highest risk of conflict and displacement caused by environmental damage
Madagascar Signs Country Programme Framework for 2021-2026
Madagascar Signs Country Programme Framework for 2022-2027
Travel Advice Changes Made For Over 30 Countries And Territories
UN looks to addresses ‘unprecedented catastrophic levels’ of food insecurity
Starvation and hunger-related deaths reality amid worsening food crises, says FAO
Rights Progress for Pregnant Students: Africa
Countries commit to climate resilient, low carbon health systems ahead of COP26
Krishnan Guru-Murthy reappointed to board of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Strengthening Africa’s pharmaceutical industry: learning lessons from Covid
Human Rights Council Continues General Debate on Human Rights Situations that Require Council’s Attention
Committee on Rights of Child closes eghty-eighth session after adopting concluding observations on reports of Czech Republic
Guatemala to benefit from lifeline for some world’s most precious biodiverse habitats
If endangered primates disappear, so will their parasites. That’s actually problem
UK funding protects 88 million people from impacts of climate change