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Surprising rhythms of Leopards: Females are early birds, males are nocturnal
UK delivers £500m of projects for Commonwealth citizens
UK Government to fund international Covid-19 studies in Scotland
Serengeti leopard population densities healthy but vary seasonally, study finds
New malaria transmission patterns emerge in Africa
New study into air pollution exposure in African children
UK aid to protect high street supply chains
New UK support to tackle devastating locust swarms in East Africa
Unblocking Bottlenecks in Financial Relief Critical for Survival of Air Transport in Africa
Somalia and Somaliland to benefit from new UK support to tackle locusts
New UK support to tackle devastating locust swarms in Africa and Asia
1 new case of COVID-19 18 July
WVXU: Cincinnati-designed ventilators on their way to Brazil and beyond
Change of British High Commissioner to Tanzania August 2020
Prime Minister’s statement to House of Commons
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
African countries battle-ready to take on COVID-19
Humans disrupt giraffes’ social system
Human presence weakens social relationships of giraffes
World Bank Economic Analysis Says Tanzania Can Seize Important Opportunities to Mitigate Negative Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic
More than 17,000 helped to get home from across Africa
Carbon dioxide stored in Earth’s mantle could be released into atmosphere with potential long-term effects
UNICEF and Airtel Africa announce partnership to support children and families affected by COVID-19
U.S. State Department and University of Georgia to Host Virtual Prevalence Reduction Innovation Forum on Human
Dairy-rich diet linked to lower risks of diabetes and high blood pressure
Madagascar copal: new dating for an Antropocene ancient resin
FAO makes gains in fight against Desert Locusts in East Africa and Yemen but threat of a food security crisis
Handwashing only ‘soap tabs’ could help halt spread of COVID-19 in developing world
Handwashing only ‘soap tabs’ could help halt spread of COVID-19 in developing world
WA midwife, Sara David, recognised on International Day of Midwife
Vines are drying: USC scientist delivers forest fire warning
FAO welcomes Russian Federation’s $10 million donation to support fight Desert Locusts in East Africa
COVID-19: Gavi and UNICEF to secure equipment and diagnostics for lower-income countries
United Republic of Tanzania’s Union Day
International project aims to help communities address effects of soil erosion
Milk pioneers: East African herders consumed milk 5,000 years ago
Molecular and isotopic evidence for milk, meat, and plants
UN fast tracks $10 million loan to help scale up FAO action to fight Desert Locusts
DTU helps boost resistance surveillance in Africa and Asia
A hunger fighter empowers farmers with NextGen Cassava
Kabanga North and North East tanazanian nickel tenements granted
UK supercomputer to combat Africa’s worst locust outbreak in decades
UK-backed Anti-Human Trafficking Child Protection Unit opened at Kenyan Coast
FAO welcomes €17 million contribution from Germany to combat impact of Desert Locust upsurge
Study indicates alarming fall in dolphin numbers
FAO welcomes European Union contribution of €11 million to fight Desert Locust outbreak
Locusts in East Africa: A race against time
UK aid helps Scots tackle climate change ahead of Glasgow climate summit