NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Flash floods from heavy rains pounding several parts of Kenya have claimed 158 lives and displaced 299,859 others since March, a humanitarian agency said on Thursday.
Speaking during a workshop this week in Morogoro, Mkuranga District Council Nutrition Officer, Ms Sophia Boniface, said the 2015/16 Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey (TDHS) showed that prevale
Following the announcement on a ban on drumming and noise making in Accra between May 14 and June 14, 2018, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has drawn some guidelines to ensure peace and secur
A new study by the Labour Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe (LEDRIZ), has reportedly claimed that poverty and lack of jobs have driven millions of Zimbabweans out of urban centres
Wildlife poachers in Kenya will face the death penalty, the country’s tourism and wildlife minister has reportedly announced.
Myanmar has seen an increase in the number of elephants killed over the past several years, with some of the carcasses found skinned.
Governor Moses Lenolkulal over the weekend led residents in planting 23,000 seedlings to restore a section of a forest in Loikas, Samburu Central, which was destroyed by human activity.
The report findings shows how farming can generate employment opportunities and reduce poverty
Governments and forest actors are about to meet in Ghana to address commodity-driven deforestation, an issue that has risen in global prominence since many major food and consumer goods companies c
Volunteers replant dozens of mangrove propagules or shoots in a field near the village of Amboanio in the Melaky Region in Madagascar, part of a WWF programme to restore the mangroves.
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