Wivine Moseka, 40, a widowed mother of four, plants vegetables in the small gardens on her land. Those vegetables are the primary sustenance for her family.
Youth and children with HIV/Aids in the two regions have now volunteered to form clubs aimed at sensitising their colleagues on the importance of sticking to doctors’ prescriptions and doing away w
Groundnut farmers in the Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions now have the opportunity to select from three newly improved varieties to boost production and improve income.
More efforts are needed, particularly by the government to curb the spate of malnutrition in Ghana and other parts of Africa, an international report has recommended.
Thirty-five people have now died during a cholera outbreak in northeast Nigeria, up from 21 at the start of the week, local health officials said on Sunday.
DAR ES SALAAM Tanzania (Xinhua) -- Tanzanian parliamentary investigative committee on diamonds and tanzanite mining said on Wednesday the industry was marred with corruption, secrecy, cheating, tax
Humanitarian partners in Kenya on Thursday appealed for 106 million U.S. dollars to scale up their response to help lessen the dire effects of drought in northern Kenya.
GOVERNMENT will fully phase out electricity subsidies with the migration to cost-reflective tariffs, Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba has said.
RESIDENTS of Kipushi in the newly-created Mushindamo district are forced to draw water from the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) because the water pumps on the Zambian side have brok
As more than a million Egyptians, Ahmed Nada suffered from hepatitis C before finding the path to healing in a country that has become a global destination for patients seeking treatment.
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