Developing Countries Applauded for Increasing Domestic Funding for HIV

By ScienceAfrica Team A new report by the joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) shows that as international funding flattens, more countries are...

Health Forum Focusing on Strategies to Accelerate Immunization

The roadmap to guide African nations implement Addis Declaration on Immunization was officially launched during the recent inauguration of the Africa Health Forum in...

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World’s First R&D Open Lab

Barbara Nyende  03 April, 2014 - Research into malaria, tuberculosis and leishmaniasis is set to get a major shot in the arm after GSK announced it will invest about 25 million pounds to create a...

Maize Shortage Looms in Kenya

By Barbara Nyende 28 March, 2014 - Kenya is facing a looming maize shortage owing to the poor performance of the short rains between October and December 2013. The available maize stock in the country...

FAO Director: A United Africa can Beat Hunger

By José Graziano da Silva With more than one in five people estimated to be undernourished, Africa remains the region with the highest prevalence of undernourishment in the world. But Africa is far too big...

African Farmers: AATF, Syngenta Foundation Partner to Avail Quality Seeds

Farmers in Africa will improve crop production with the launch of a private public partnership to avail adequate quality seeds at the right time and affordable price. Nairobi 19 March 2014-The African Agricultural Technology...

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