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Japan supports ten UNIDO projects with US$7.29 million
Significant art works rediscovered in rural schools
Pieter’s Corner: sense of conspiracy theorists
Apple and partners launch first-ever $200 million Restore Fund
Rachel Bezner Kerr: Taking a farmer-led approach to food justice
New WHO Global Compact to speed up action to tackle diabetes
Human Rights Committee issues findings on Finland and Kenya
Burundi refugees in Tanzania living in fear: UN rights experts
UN experts deplore rights violations against Burundi refugees
Researchers use satellite imagery to track interactions between cows and elk at interface of wildland and rangeland
Humanitarian catastrophe in northern Mozambique ‘beyond epic proportions’
UNHCR scales up response as thousands flee attacks in northern Mozambique
How industrialized life remodels microbiome
Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique
UNHCR alarmed at brutal attacks by insurgent armed group in Mozambique
Early warnings protect lives on Africa’s Lake Victoria
Human Rights Committee closes online one hundred and thirty-first session after adopting concluding recommendations on Finland
Remarks by Under-Secretary-General of UN and Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
Education Plus-gender justice for adolescent girls and young women in Africa
Half-masting of flags following death of President Magufuli of Tanzania
Strengthening Role of Regional Public Health Institutions to Improve Cross-Border Disease Surveillance and Response
One in five children globally does not have enough water to meet their everyday needs – UNICEF
On Passing of John Pombe Magufuli
Flipflopi arrives in Uganda
Four lichen species new to science discovered in Kenyan cloud forests
UCLA-led study traces gendered movement patterns among Tanzania’s Hadza hunter-gatherers
A new goal for soccer: Improving attitudes toward refugees
United States Government and UN World Food Programme partner with Government of United Republic of Tanzania to maintain food
How AI is helping uncover modern slavery
FAO and Ireland celebrate collaboration and renew commitment to partnership
Warming climate slows tropical birds’ population growth rates
One in three travel destinations still fully closed to international tourists: UN agency
Tyler Barrott skal forske på energisamarbeidet mellom Norge og Tanzania
Flipflopi sets sail around Lake Victoria to raise awareness on pollution menace in East Africa
New grants spark food security research in Africa
First Responders from Southern African Development Community Strengthen Chemical Emergency Preparedness
Maintaining Tanzania’s Lower-Middle Income Status Post-COVID-19 Will Depend on Strengthening Resilience
UN agencies appeal for $266 million to feed refugees in eastern Africa
Connected conservation tech helps protect natural habitats World Wildlife Day
WFP, UNHCR appeal for funding for over 3 million refugees suffering from rations cuts in eastern Africa
Ecologist Michiel Veldhuis is Discoverer of Year 2020
WHO Director-General’s statement on Tanzania and COVID-19
Two low-tech solutions making healthcare strides in Tanzania
Eileen Moyer appointed professor of Anthropology of Ecology, Health and Climate Change
Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook
UN refugee agency appeals for over $220 million in ‘crucial’ support
New study gives hope of eliminating mother-to-baby transmission of HIV
Six new EPFL – African universities research projects