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Lack of Access to Information and Justice Among Main Challenges of Families of Missing Migrants in Zimbabwe
New World Bank Country Manager for Uganda Begins Assignment
Urgent Need to Fast-Track Talks: Killer Robots
No community cases; 2 new cases of Covid, one historical case, in managed isolation
40 per cent of children in Eastern and Southern Africa are not in school
New World Bank Group Partnership Framework Supports Socio-Economic Transformation for an Inclusive, Resilient Society
New UK sanctions against individuals involved in corruption around world
Self-testing will be critical part of reaching HIV elimination targets
Liverpool’s historic waterfront removed from World Heritage List
Germany provides support to vulnerable communities in Zimbabwe
Research reveals adolescent girls and young women in Africa will use HIV prevention products
2nd annual Green Game Jam brings leading game companies together to empower millions to play for planet
UNESCO and Africa Code Week creatively fast-track gender equality in digital world
UNESCO urges governments to make early childhood education accessible for all
Amid COVID job losses, ‘high food prices are hunger’s new best friend’, WFP warns
UNESCO, University of Oxford conclude a MOOC for judicial actors on freedom of expression
UNESCO and University of Oxford conclude a Massive Open Online Course for judicial actors on international standards on freedom
Pandemic job losses conspire with high food prices to push food out of reach for millions
Radiology company in court
OPCW training assists Member States from Africa in developing national action plans for chemical safety and security
Young people and innovation must drive Africa’s agri-food systems transformation
Researchers receive $122m to study monthly HIV pill
Researchers receive $122 million to study monthly HIV pill
UNWTO Supports Zimbabwe to Measure Value of Tourism
Famine knocking at door of 41 million worldwide, WFP warns
Radio Listening Habits to Boost Climate Action in Southern Africa
WFP says 41 million people now at imminent risk of famine without urgent funding and immediate humanitarian access
COVID-19 and social protection among key debates as June session of virtual International Labour Conference ends
WHO releases new global lists of high-burden countries for TB, HIV-associated TB and drug-resistant TB
IMF Staff Concludes Virtual Staff Visit to Zimbabwe
HIV has detrimental effect on children’s growth and bone strength, landmark study finds
HIV therapy has detrimental effect on children’s growth and bone strength, landmark study finds
UK PM meeting with President Ramaphosa of South Africa 13 June 2021
‘Demystify’ albinism and end discrimination – UN chief
Zimbabwe’s Economy is Set for Recovery, but Key Risks Remain
Science, HIV and COVID-19-where are we headed?
Increased Investment in Zimbabwe’s Tertiary Education Essential to Economic Growth, Human Capital Development
OPCW assists Member States from Southern African Development Community in strengthening response to chemical risks
“Even though we are sex workers, we’re still people”: living harsh reality of sex work in Zimbabwe
Swinging pendulum of rights protections for LGBTIQ people
Digital Transformation Core to Boosting Zimbabwe’s Economy, Improving Services
Mixing novelty and tradition, University of Toronto gears up for virtual convocation this spring
Few women in sub-Saharan Africa undergo cervical cancer screenings
Pet trade may pose threat to bushbaby conservation
Latest peer-reviewed research: Immediate global ivermectin use will end COVID-19 pandemic
African wild dog: An ambassador for world’s largest terrestrial conservation area
African Wild Dog: An Ambassador for World’s Largest Nature Reserve
Partnership for Health Cities supports COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach in 18 Cities