Africa: Recognising the Debilitating Nature Conflict Has On Food Security Bulawayo — Nyalen Kuong and her daughters fled to safety after an attack on their village in South Sudan in which Kuong’s husband and two sons where killed and the family’s cattle lost. Kuong   read more


: Africa: Investing in Climate Resilience Means Doing Development Differently: If the problems of an impoverished community afflicted by worsening drought are solved by providing a piped water supply, does it matter if that work is classed as a development or climate change read more


Rwanda: President Kagame Co-Chairs Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development: President Kagame today co-chaired the annual meeting of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development alongside co-chair Carlos Slim, vice co-chair and ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao and UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay.read more


Africa: The Female Face of Climate Change; There used to be a time when the lines connecting climate change and gender were non-existent or blurred. read more


Female Engineers Emerges in Africa

Tanzania pursues to become the fastest growing city in Africa, more women are stepping up to become registered as professional […]

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