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The head of the United Nations said on Wednesday it was vital to help fragile regions grow resilient and ward off future crises as well as address humanitarian disasters when they erupt.

While the Government officials have put on a brave face, trying to resolve food crisis, Ministry of Agriculture bosses seem to be holding their breath as they watch the unfolding food crisis across

Kenya’s government says it is reaching out to U.S. officials so it can address concerns of “corruption and weak accounting procedures" the U.S.

A new report Monday claims national parks in Cambodia have been gutted to launder illegally logged wood into the Vietnamese timber economy by officials from both countries.

Around 300 people from North Bengaluru of the ‘Steel Flyover Beku’ brigade gathered near Esteem Mall on Sunday to protest against the government’s recent decision to scrap the flyover project.

The following report is a summary of mining giant Adani’s track record, based on research into hundreds of court documents by Environmental Justice Australia and Earthjustice and other publicly available evidence. In 2011, a ship carrying Adani coal sank off the coast of Mumbai, devastating beaches, tourism and marine life.

This new World Bank report urges developing countries and international development agencies to rethink their approach to governance, as a key to overcoming challenges related to security, growth, and equity.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Common Cause & Other Vs Union of India & Others dated 23/01/2017 regarding coal block allocation cases. The Apex Court ordered a probe against former chief of the investigation agency Ranjit Sinha in connection with the coal block allocation case.

This report on Developing Capacities for Water Integrity provides a reflective review of the approach to training and capacity development as a contribution to improved water governance and reduced risk of corruption in the water sector.

Most people in three African countries have an optimistic outlook despite continuing anger at corruption and economic woes, a survey has found. South Africans, Nigerians and Kenyans all say healthcare and education will be better for the next generation.

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