Botswana lost more than 3,000 hectares of forest between 2001 and 2012 due to elephants, fuel wood harvesting, farming, overharvesting of veld products, overstocking of livestock, drought, mining a

Luanda — The ministers of Hotels and Tourism of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Angolan Secretary of State of the referred sector Alfredo Varo Kaputo, approved on 29 January in Zimbabwe

Botswana and Global Fund on Wednesday signed two new grants totaling $27 million to mark a new phase of partnership, with a focus on preventing, treating and caring for people affected by HIV and t

Africa: South Africa Recognized for Progress in Malaria Fight
Statistics indicate that annual malaria deaths in Africa have decreased from an estimated 764,000 in 2000 to 395,000 in 2015.

Botswana’s total number of birds recorded in November 2015 is lower than the number recorded in 2014, with a decrease of 32 percent reported due to drought, an official said Wednesday.Birdlife Bots

Reflecting on the voices of people living in difficult and unjust circumstances, government stakeholders and development practitioners from around the globe, the authors propose that conducting a truly participatory, multi-stakeholder and cross-scalar contextual analysis that considers a wide range of hazards, as well as people’s capacities and

Water cooperation has received prominent focus in the post-2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). While proposals for measuring water cooperation appear to be converging toward a small set of indicators, the degree to which these proposed indicators draw on past work is unclear.

The Botswana government is developing structures to ensure that Batswana benefit from climate funding, Environment, Wildlife and Tourism Minister Tshekedi Khama said Thursday.Khama told journalists

The 10th African Economic Conference (AEC) has laid emphasis on better application of national tax policies to reduce the income gap between the rich and the poor, and the need to expand economic g

A new report has debunked the argument that the illegal wildlife trade in East Africa significantly funds terrorism - an exaggeration used to justify the militarization of anti-poaching squads and

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