In recent years, the Republic of South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation, has often been in the headlines due to the protracted armed conflict which has engulfed the country since December 2013.
The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and its Global Soil Partnership launched today a new programme to boost soil productivity and reduce soil degradation for greater food an
Monrovia – The Ministry of Agriculture, with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and Conservation International (CI) recently launched the Good Growth Partnership (GGP) un
Malawi has dropped again three steps down from position 6 last year in 2017 to position 3 this year 2018 as the world most poorest country
Pastoralists in Arid and Semi Arid Lands (ASAL) areas in Narok are counting losses after losing their sheep and goats to the deadly blue tongue disease.
In an effort to boost agri-business and enhance food security in Africa, the African Development Bank Board has approved a USD 15 million equity investment in Africa Food Security Fund (AFSF), to s
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Global Soil Partnership on Wednesday launched a new program to help boost soil productivity by 30 percent in 47 African countries.
Abuja — The Federal Government yesterday announced a new national building code that will regulate construction with the aim of improving on measures to safeguard lives and property in the country.
Windhoek — Namibia's oldest and largest trees, the baobabs, some of which have lived for 1,700 years, have begun dying in the last 13 years, leaving scientists stunted.
Blantyre — Experts have expressed different views over the rate of illegal killing of wild animals in both government and privately managed game reserves and protected areas.
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