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Victorian Startups Set To Grow Jobs Of Future
Area twice size of UK needed to feed world’s pets
UNM archeologist makes big find
Imposing Sanctions on Entities and Individuals Advancing Russia’s Malign Influence
Centers of Innovation will spur global crop development
FAO launches Green Cities Initiative to help transform agri-food systems, end hunger and improve nutrition
UK delivers £500m of projects for Commonwealth citizens
World Bank Injects $104 Million to Strengthen Skills Development Programs in Mozambique
Neoen completes 50% expansion of Hornsdale Power Reserve
New malaria transmission patterns emerge in Africa
UK Government matches another £5 million of donations for coronavirus appeal after huge public response
Booming Resources Sector Provides Diverse Opportunities
New report identifies 27 countries heading for COVID-19-driven food crises
UK Government doubles public donations to tackle coronavirus in vulnerable countries
COVID-19 survey work builds on University of Michigan researcher’s projects in Mozambique
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Improving global health equity by helping clinics do more with less
Mozambique National Day
Exercise prevents millions of early deaths, study finds
Increasing levels of violence in Africa
International community rallies to support open research and science to fight COVID-19
Taking Aussie 4WD parts to world
U.S. President Trump announces intent to appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts 7 May
Conservation goals may be stymied by a lack of land for biodiversity offsetting
Aviation Relief for African Airlines Critical as COVID-19 Impacts Deepen
World’s most defiantly joyful song re-released by UNICEF
Executive Director to join group of eminent figures advising on EU-Africa relations
New research report: Land and climate change: Rights and environmental displacement
Indigenous knowledge could reveal ways to weather climate change on islands
One year after Cyclone Idai, 2.5 million people in Mozambique remain in need of humanitarian assistance
Cyclone Idai one year on
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
UK aid helps Scots tackle climate change ahead of Glasgow climate summit
UNESCO funds nine new projects to support culture in developing countries
Press Briefing by Acting OMB Director Russ Vought
“Lucky country” no more: Australians deliver surprising verdict on Australia Day eve
“Lucky country” no more: Australians deliver surprising verdict on Australia Day ev
Uk-ais commercial deals
Australia’s leading aid agencies issue plea for urgent action to address rapidly escalating global climate crisis
Parliamentary Secretary Oliphant concludes visit to Africa
Canada-Africa project announcements
Parliamentary Secretary Rob Oliphant to travel to Africa to strengthen Canada’s engagement
British medics in Samoa among humanitarian heroes of 2019
Four Priorities for African Aviation
Climate Contributes to Hunger Crisis in Southern Africa
More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit continent
UK steps up support for media freedom in Malawi
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people