The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Global Soil Partnership on Wednesday launched a new program to help boost soil productivity by 30 percent in 47 African countries.
Morocco and Nigeria are forging ahead with their landmark gas pipeline project, which aims to connect gas resources from Nigeria to West African countries and Morocco.
At least one person has died of cholera in the central lakeshore district of Salima in Malawi, barely a month after Health Ministry declared the country free of the disease.
Kenya on Tuesday launched the national land use policy to help address food security and environmental protection.
The Mozambican government said Tuesday in Maputo that about 1.5 million children and juveniles aged between 7 and 17 in the country are exposed to hazardous work, mostly in the informal sectors.
The World Bank has approved 125 million U.S. dollars in financing support to two solar power projects in Morocco, local media reported Tuesday.
The UN human rights experts on Wednesday urged Kenya to urgently take measures to protect defenders who have faced harassment and intimidation after they testified against a local lead smelter accu
Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday launched the Ghana Zero Hunger Strategic Review Report.
The South Sudanese government and the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDs) on Tuesday agreed to work together to combat HIV among young people.
Rwanda on Tuesday launched a nationwide awareness campaign on the dangers of plastic pollution to humans, farm animals, aquatic lives and the environment.
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