… Years of conflict in Libya has left thousands of refugees stranded in detention centres where mental health problems are rife, writes Hazem Badr. …
Malaria and neglected tropical diseases are expected to re-emerge as a result of the ambitious trade initiative.
The objective of providing universal health coverage is probably the most vital and ambitious undertaking in history.
Two per cent of African patients die from surgery compared with the global average of one per cent.
Researchers fleeing conflict see their careers perish as countries and science institutions fail to give support
Infrastructure problems linked to conflict lead to disrupted supply in major cities, protest and informal trade.
In between invasions of desert locusts, other locust species swarm in and destroy crops, causing food insecurity.
To tackle devastating crop diseases, Africa should boost regional plant surveillance, writes Mustafa O. Jibrin.
After five years of war and political unrest, the region’s health resources are depleted, study finds.