Climate change can seriously impede Africa’s quest to achieve all the 17 sustainable development goals that address global challenges, including poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradat
An illegal timber trade supply chain stretching from Chinese companies operating out of two countries in West Africa to major hardware stores located throughout the U.S. has been uncovered.
Some 35 years ago, in the year 1984, Ethiopia was in the midst of an acute famine, leading to the loss of at least 400,000 lives and an international humanitarian campaign which people remember to
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) plans to enhance surveillance to reduce incidences of human wildlife conflict caused by the ongoing drought, officials said on Thursday.
Under the scorching sun in Kenya's Turkana located about 700 km from Nairobi, a group of women have slowly been leading a green revolution amid a biting drought that has affected both animals and c
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday reassured the nation that the government will not reverse the land reform program implemented two decades ago.
The dry weather witnessed in the long rains season from March to May will be the worst in 38 years, worsening food shortages, water scarcity and piling pressure on electricity bills.
Children in some disaster-prone regions are twice as likely to be living in chronic poverty, according to new research.
In a setback for coal-fired power generation and a victory for the renewable energy lobby, Standard Bank will not provide funding for two new independent coal-fired power stations.
Sophie Kemuma, a commercial dairy farmer in Kaptembwa area in Nakuru County in northwest Kenya describes the current dry spell as a totally different and unique situation for her.
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