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19/12/18

Poverty amplifies Africa’s snakebite problem

African antivenom markets are not profitable, leaving many of its poorest regions without access to treatment.

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29/11/18

Legal tweak could wreck Amazon forest

The Terra Legal law was intended to help with indigenous land tenure, but could be abused and result in rampant …

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24/08/18

Rotavirus vaccine cuts diarrhoeal deaths by a third

Large study in rural Malawi adds to evidence of child mortality gains if more countries roll out the vaccine.

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15/08/18

African countries fare poorly in innovation ranking

The continent is home to eight of the ten worst-performing countries in latest global index.

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18/04/18

China, India lead rise in global antibiotic consumption

… rise, followed by China with 79 per cent Algeria, Tunisia and Turkey had higher overall consumption rates …

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01/01/18

Fish disease, killer robots in top ten articles of 2017

We review the most-read articles of the year.

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01/05/17

Youth in Tunisia find a way out of violence with tech

… Students from deprived suburb in Tunisia use mapping tools to influence planning decisions Peace tech …

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20/02/17

The locust invasions devastating Niger

In between invasions of desert locusts, other locust species swarm in and destroy crops, causing food insecurity.

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14/09/16

Global study pins down engineering and development links

More engineering capacity promises to boost economies but focus on poverty, education and gender parity remain poor.

Opinion:

02/09/16

Why Africa needs adequate plant surveillance

To tackle devastating crop diseases, Africa should boost regional plant surveillance, writes Mustafa O. Jibrin.

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