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Wearing insecticide-treated clothing could cut malaria cases by half and reduce anaemia rates.
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Women use tobacco concoction for sexual pleasure or conception, but the risks are high, writes Fo-Koffi Djamessi
As soil-dwelling worms threaten smallholders’ livelihoods, governments should act fast, writes Wilson Odhiambo.
Start-ups are creating affordable innovations in Kenya thanks to a hub that acts as a factory for factories.
Despite increasing use of mHealth technologies in Sub-Saharan Africa, key challenges remain, writes Laura Owings.
Use of backup diesel generators to increase electricity access has health concerns, writes Gilbert Nakweya.
Kenyan smallholders in 42 counties are grappling with tackling the fall armyworm threat, writes Gilbert Nakweya.
The global South must spearhead solar geoengineering R&D to highlight the poor’s plight, writes Esther Nakkazi.
A project in Eastern and Southern Africa that uses conservation agricultural approaches is increasing farm yields.
An alliance is unlocking resources from key partners to invest in R&D in Africa, says Tom Kariuki, AESA director.
Thierry Zomahoun argues that African countries are well placed to seize the next technological revolution.