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New avenues opening up in educational sciences for higher education collaboration in African countries
Ukraine war squeezes food supplies, drives up prices, threatens vulnerable nations
G7: FAO puts forward proposals to address current and future food shortages
Sea turtle success stories along African east coast – but thousands still dying
USAFE-AFAFRICA hosts European-African Military Nursing Exchange Conference
UN spotlights plant health, crucial for boosting food security worldwide
First ever International Day of Plant Health: no food security without healthy plants
Mungbean network sprouts new opportunities
Biden- Harris Administration Global Health Worker Initiative
First detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions shows changes in boatbuilding
First detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions reveals changes in boatbuilding
For East Africa’s pastoralists, climate change already fueling violence, hunger
What benefits nutrition in Africa most?
Tropical scientists deliver ‘World-first’ in Scotland
Historic graffiti made by soldiers sheds light on Africa maritime heritage, study shows
ERC grant to improve post-vaccination protection in low-income countries
Tanzania Union Day 26 April
‘Study abroad made me global citizen’
WHO congratulates Sudan on adopting “High burden to high impact” approach
Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism Surpasses 500 Signatories
How Fast Fashion is using Global South as dumping ground for textile waste
Team awarded funding for research project to improve post-surgical outcomes in Africa
Future anthropologist focuses on infectious diseases
Remarks by Vice President Harris and President Samia Suluhu Hassan of Tanzania Before Bilateral Meeting
Readout of Vice President Harris’s Meeting with President Hassan of Tanzania
African countries commit to raise ambitions for Sustainable Development Goals
Modern partnership between countries that share values and objectives
Time for UK and Malawi to forge stronger, forward-looking relationship
Statement of ICC Prosecutor, Karim A.A. Khan QC, at opening of Trial
New Agreements Foster Regional Cooperation on Migration for Sustainable Development and Migrant Workers Rights
Spotted hyenas adjust their foraging behavior in response to climate change
OPCW Member States in southern Africa bolster national protective programmes against chemical weapons and toxic industrial chemicals
UK launches £89 million Shule Bora education initiative in Tanzania
Spotted hyenas adjust their foraging behaviour in response to climate change
Slave trade reparations ‘essential’, 1619 Project founder tells UN News
Egypt and Nigeria medicines regulators achieve high maturity level
Poorly conceived payment-on-results funding threatens to undermine education aid
FAO welcomes decision to mark International Day of Plant Health annually on May 12
PEPFAR and UN Women announce partnership to strengthen leadership and voice of young women in global HIV response
No flight, no bite – ‘Mosquito grounding’ bed net nearly halves malaria infection in Tanzanian children
Solar-powered UV water treatment could improve health outcomes in rural Tanzania
Expedite Protections for Girls’ Education in Tanzania
Unfinished Business: Columbia Hosts 2nd COVID Vaccine Symposium
Thousands continue to flee violence in Cabo Delgado
One year after Palma attacks, thousands continue to flee violence in northern Mozambique
Enhancing maritime security in Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden
Research briefs: Heatwaves, musical self-assembly, and first impressions
University of Alberta anthropologist uncovers oldest human DNA ever found in Africa