A sweet potato just twice a week could save lives in Mozambique.

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South Africa: Revamped Germiston hospital opened

Germiston - One would be forgiven for mistakenly thinking they were walking into an upmarket government office park when entering the new Germiston Hospital. The...

Kenya: Bamburi recognized in the Road Safety Awards 2011

Bamburi won 3rd position in the Motor Commercial (Own Goods) Category Road Safety Awards that is organized by the Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI). The...

Sierra Leone: Fistula hotline launched

Nurse Zainab Blell’s mobile phone has been ringing all morning at the Aberdeen Women’s Centre, a clinic in Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital. After explaining...

Cote d’Ivoire: Significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS

Significant progress has been made in Côte d’Ivoire with regard to the treatment provided to persons living with HIV, as well as mother to...

Innovations to Address Maternal Deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa

Although Kenyan Sam Agutu and Nigerian Aminu Gamawa come from different countries and backgrounds, they share a common passionate commitment - to save the...

African Cultural Renaissance Campaign for Southern Africa

Workshop on the African Cultural Renaissance and launching of African Cultural Renaissance Campaign for Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) member states WHAT: Two-day workshop on...

Socio-Economic Reintegration of Marginalized Moroccan Youth

An Internatinal Organisation of Migration (IOM) programme seeking to tackle the pressing socio-economic reintegration needs of underprivileged and at-risk young people in the northern...

Musician K’naan Kicks Up Eco-Friendly sOccket Balls to Make Their Day Better

K’naan and Western Union Give Power-Generating Footballs to South African Children at Western Union World of Betters Event Somali born musician K’naan on Nov. 20...

Despite growth, Africa faces ‘daunting, yet not insurmountable challenges’

Despite growth, Africa faces ‘daunting, yet not insurmountable challenges’, says Deputy Secretary-General at meeting of regional coordination mechanism Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro’s...

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