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Statement on safeguarding peace during COVID-19 pandemic
MIT builds community for Africa Takes On Covid-19 challenge
Informing Covid-19 preparedness in Sierra Leone
As COVID-19 devastates already fragile health systems, over 6,000 additional children under five could die
Minister Gould announces funding for global vaccinations
Tackling COVID-19: Professor Ian Goodfellow
COVID-19: Gavi and UNICEF to secure equipment and diagnostics for lower-income countries
Sierra Leone’s National Day
Statement on International Day for Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace
Faith leaders use technology to combat COVID-19 in developing countries
Foreign Secretary’s statement on coronavirus 23 April
‘Confidence in health care essential in fighting coronavirus’
COVID-19: PNG, Timor Leste four times more at risk than Aust
UO geography prof urges change in pandemic fund oversight
‘Confidence in health care essential in fighting coronavirus’
Australia shines at Mining Indaba 2020
UK helps world’s poorest countries withstand economic shock of coronavirus
COVID-19: IFRC, UNICEF and WHO issue guidance to protect children and support safe school operations
Foreign Secretary marks Commonwealth Day 2020
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace gives a speech to Atlantic Council
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
Africa Solidarity Trust Fund donates $1 million to efforts to combat Desert Locust
New citizens to join in Australia Day events
International Development Secretary launches new venture to create rich pipeline of infrastructure
Alok Sharma heralds green cities of future on Kenya visit
More pregnant women and children protected from malaria, but accelerated efforts and funding needed
Academics recognised for service to Ebola Crisis
Ishmael Beah visits Sierra Leone on 30th anniversary of Convention on Rights of Child
Real world focus for postgrad primary health care curriculum
Dstl Scientist wins Woman of Year at Women in Defence awards
Expanding education: From Africa to Cambridge and back again
Landmark year in global effort to tackle Ebola – analysis from Peter Piot
UN Secretary-General highlights UNESCO’s global leadership in education at Organization’s 40th General Conference
UK steps up support for media freedom in Malawi
British Ambassador to Turkey Sir Dominick Chilcott’s remarks on Poppy Appeal
UN proclaims International Day for Universal Access to Information
FIFA announces latest disciplinary sanctions for incidents during FIFA World Cup
British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone presents his credentials to H.E President Julius Maada Bio
Health worker rewarded for fighting deadly disease on frontline
IAEA and Islamic Development Bank Launch Women’s Cancers Partnership Initiative
Uninfected patients key to improving Ebola response
Fowler Museum features objects from British Empire’s 1924-25 Nigerian Pavilion
African Art Exhibit Represents Diverse Ethnic Groups
Ebola in DRC, one year on UK calls on international community to step up
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Maldives Caron Röhsler
UNESCO event advocates for access to information within sustainable development agenda
UK aid “bold new support” to promote media freedom around world
How women’s police stations cut violence against women in South America