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20/02/20

Symptomless cases raise coronavirus control fears

High testing cost means many low-income states would struggle to control the disease.

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30/01/20

Porous borders place Africa at risk from coronavirus

… place in Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt WHO declares public health emergency of international concern …

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03/01/20

Q&A: the ‘elephant in the room’ in Nile Basin reporting

Data gaps and curbs to press freedoms are stifling reporting on Nile water issues, says the head of the Open Water …

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17/12/19

Low-income countries hit by ‘double burden’ of malnutrition extremes

‘Societal shift’ is needed to tackle double blow of undernutrition and obesity in poorer countries, Lancet report warns.

Editorials:

02/12/19

Time to embrace disabilities in development research

Governments and development actors must address disabilities in development research, writes Ruth Douglas.

Feature:

02/12/19

Paving the way to inclusion for Egypt’s disabled

… An award-winning mobile phone app promotes access for people with disabilities in Egypt, but attitudes are harder to change, writes Hazem Badr. …

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15/11/19

Q&A: ‘Crop diversity is the key for marginal environments’

A global forum in Dubai is to showcase the latest innovations and research tackling water scarcity and food …

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05/11/19

Egypt’s small-scale farmers buoyed by technology investment

… New agricultural equipment increases yields by up to 20 per cent Smallholders in Egypt have …

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27/04/19

Egyptian village revives Papyrus as tourism returns

Residents of El-Karamous in the Nile Delta have revived the ancient art of papermaking.

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15/04/19

New diseases threaten aquaculture

Tilapia lake virus is one of the most threatening diseases facing fish farmers, experts warn at a world meeting.

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