The Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) today announced that a randomized control trial has begun to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of drugs used in the treatmen
In this arid part of northern Kenya, water can be hard to find, particularly in the dry season.
Some villagers in one of Zimbabwe's driest areas are appealing for food and fear their livestock, their source of livelihoods, will die due to a lack of water.
The City of Cape Town signed a R1.3bn loan with the German government-owned KfW Development Bank for urban wastewater management, Mayor Dan Plato's office said.
A global diabetes epidemic is fueling record demand for insulin but tens of millions will not get the injections they need unless there is a dramatic improvement in access and affordability, a new
DUBLIN, Ireland – The Irish government is to contribute millions of euro to the replenishment of the Global Environment Facility Trust Fund (GEF).
The black rhino may be making a comeback in Chad after nearly 50 years, thanks to a relocation programme involving South African rhino.
At least 45 people have been killed by cholera in Zimbabwe in the past three weeks, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday, describing the strain as "multi-drug resistant".
Working class communities across Cape Town are expected to "reclaim" their streets on Tuesday morning as part of a movement called the Western Cape Total Shutdown.
A cholera outbreak in Nigeria's northeast has killed nearly 100 people over the past two weeks and infected thousands more, the United Nations said.
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