The World Food Programme (WFP) and the UN refugee agency UNHCR have appealed for 80 million U.S. dollars to provide food assistance for refugees located in Ethiopia.
Kenyans are facing a shortage of timber and charcoal as the government moves to save forests from depletion.
South Sudan on Thursday said the nearly complete 100 megawatt thermal power plant will help extend badly needed electricity to the capital and surrounding areas.
The government of Tanzania has formed a task force aimed at reinforcing the implementation of the Zanzibar Declaration on Illegal Trade in Timber and Other Forest Products, an official said on Thur
The European Union (EU) in Mozambique told Xinhua on Thursday in Maputo that it has an aid package of more than 300 million Euros (about 370 million U.S.
A senior Tanzanian government official on Sunday voiced concerns over Lake Manyara’s diminishing water levels, calling for more efforts to save the key tourist attraction from drying up.
The United Nations Office at Nairobi on Monday launched a bicycle sharing transport scheme for staff and visitors as part of broader efforts to advance the green agenda.
Lake Tanganyika, the second oldest freshwater lake in the world, faces issues of degradation and acute pollution on Burundi’s side, former Burundian environment minister Albert Mbonerane has said.
ARUSHA, Tanzania (Xinhua) -- Hectares of natural forests have been cleared by artisanal gold miners in northwestern Tanzania’s district of Mbogwe, posing a serious environmental threat, authorities
NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- The driver of a car at the front honked incessantly Sunday as the eight others behind him joined in the effort to make the dozens of animals that were crossing the main road in
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