The European Union ( eu ) has banned fish imports from Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. The decision was taken after reports that Uganda had restricted the sale of fresh fish products

According to the World Health Organisation, about 31 million people in the world are living with 11IV or AIDS. Significantly, this includes-about one million children. In 1997, around 2.3 million

Programmes providing small loans are not effective for reducing poverty, stated a report published by the United Nations Department for Economics and Social Affairs. The micro credit concept has

Millions of people in Sudan are facing starvation following an outbreak of famine in the country. Aid agencies had warned just four months back about the impending famine in southern Sudan. A United

The discovery of a 50 year old blood sample from Africa, which contains HIV, is throwing new light on the spread of AIDS

Thanks to El Ni o, east and central Africa is reeling under a deadly onslaught of killer diseases

Many countries in sub-Saharan Africa are at a critical turning point in their effort to address the problems of rapid population growth and poor reproductive health, says a study of Population

The world's leading environmental thinkers drawn from government, business and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have created a blueprint for future joint action to foster global environmental

Nearly 37 countries are facing food emergencies as against 31 countries that had faced food shortages

Kenya produces nearly 1.5 per cent of the world's coffee. However,