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Kenya Certified Guinea Worm-Free

Kenya has no evidence of active Guinea Worm infections an official with the World Health Organization (WHO) official says. Ashok Kumar, the Deputy Team leader...

AAS, Yale  Partner to Strengthen Research

The continent’s top scientific institution, the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) and Yale University in the US will on the 16 March 3018, host...

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If the U.S. wants to eradicate poverty-related diseases, it could learn lessons from Nigeria

Story Link https://southerlymag.org/2018/08/30/if-the-u-s-wants-to-eradicate-poverty-related-diseases-it-could-learn-lessons-from-nigeria/

Africa’s $35b Food Import

Sharon Atieno (ScienceAfrica Correspondent) Africa should be the breadbasket of the world and has no reason spending US$ 35 billion annually importing food, says the President of the African Development Bank (www.afdb.org), Dr Akinwumi Adesina. “Give...

Donkey Slaughter houses Ruining Rural Economy?

By Geoffrey Kamadi                              The mushrooming donkey abattoirs all over the country are slowly but surely ruining rural economies more than many realize, new evidence now suggests. This is a far cry from what these slaughterhouses...

Bt-cotton to boost Kenya’s economy

By MARY HEARTY Kenya is likely to start growing genetically modified cotton on commercial basis next year. The country will become the first in East Africa to grow Bt-cotton in open fields, and fourth in...

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