New research blames rising temperatures over the last century as the key cause of decline in one of the world's most important fisheries.

Air pollution is the leading environmental killer in the world, with more than seven million people dying from air-pollution-related causes in 2012 alone, a new UN report has revealed.

The Administrator of United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Ms Gayle Smith, on Monday announced the U.S.

African countries have agreed to cooperate in setting limits for use of lead in paints with a view to phasing it out by 2020.

A group of U.N.

Rwanda is now ahead of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in the Great Lakes Region in producing major minerals, according to iTSCi, a conflict minerals traceability program.Rwanda produces

UNICEF has launched a new report highlighting the many ways in which sustainable energy is vital for children, providing major opportunities to improve their health, education, well-being and development. Energy is needed to deliver babies safely, keep vaccines cool, sterilise medical equipment and guarantee food and water quality.

A severe humanitarian crisis is emerging in Tanzania as thousands of refugees from Burundi continue to seek asylum in neighbouring countries, due to escalating political tensions, according to the

RWANDA leads in the EAC as the best place for mothers and children, a report released in Nairobi by the Save the Children has revealed.

In a recently published index, researchers analysed the political commitment to hunger and nutrition of 45 developing countries