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Indigenous mentors ‘close gap’
Statement by Business Secretary and COP26 President, Alok Sharma
Some of most climate-vulnerable countries receive less than $2 per person a year to help them tackle
UK-backed Anti-Human Trafficking Child Protection Unit opened at Kenyan Coast
Association of African Air Forces Liaison Working Group meets in Zambia
UK aid helps Scots tackle climate change ahead of Glasgow climate summit
Locusts swarm into northern Uganda as Oxfam looks toward a $5m response across region
Study measures consumers’ demands for cassava
Africa Solidarity Trust Fund donates $1 million to efforts to combat Desert Locust
BuffaloGrid connecting next 1 billion to internet
Study highlights effectiveness of behavioural interventions in conflict-affected regions
Guided self-help intervention reduces refugees’ psychological distress and improves wellbeing
International Development Secretary launches new venture to create rich pipeline of infrastructure
Uk-ais commercial deals
PM meeting with President of Uganda 20 January 2020
UK exports boost critical infrastructure projects in Africa
PM hosts first ever UK-Africa Investment Summit in London
Sepsis associated with 1 in 5 deaths globally
UK aid boosts support for African women entrepreneurs to expand businesses into global markets
Glimpses of Fatherhood in Non-Pair-Bonding Chimps
HIV ‘hotspots’ not necessarily major drivers of new infections
Alok Sharma heralds green cities of future on Kenya visit
Somalia international partners welcome agreement between Federal government and ASWJ
Study reveals breastfeeding could protect babies from malaria
Drop in cholera cases worldwide, as key endemic countries report gains in cholera control
UK statement at Global Refugee Forum
Australian Government must help bring more families together: Oxfam
Emphasising importance of delivering principled humanitarian action to those who need it most
UNESCO Courier issue on indigenous languages and knowledge
A “game changer” for world’s most vulnerable, says FAO Director-General
10th Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents ceremony – L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme
10th Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talent ceremony – L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme
More pregnant women and children protected from malaria, but accelerated efforts and funding needed
Suffragan Bishop of Doncaster 2 December 2019
Over 300 children and adolescents die every day from AIDS-related causes
Cereal killer’s deadly touch could lead to new wheat threat
University of Michigan’s new collaboration could help rethink trauma care in India
UK steps up support for media freedom in Malawi
UNESCO participates in African Judicial Dialogue
University study finds evidence of a new type of social organization in primates
Largest ever genome study of Africans could lead to new disease treatments
Global consortium working with DRC Government to introduce second Ebola vaccine
Academics and performers unite for Festival of Social Science
Scaling up a cleaner-burning alternative for cookstoves
Major milestone for WHO-supported Ebola vaccine
Funding boost to help fast track global challenges research
Crop-improvement lab established with $25M USAID grant
Climate scientist Konecky named Packard Fellow