Research found that women’s NGOs had made vital contributions to the success of development projects, but they were easily marginalised and trivialised once those projects got off the ground.
Acceptance and peace are necessary to build a cohesive community, and Indians in Africa have seen the benefits of that.
Tanzania has one of the highest rates of albinism in the world. The media in the country has an important role to play in protecting them from harm.
The vehicle plunged into a roadside ravine in the northern tourist region of Arusha in the East African country known for its poor road safety network.
Recent incidents of violence against African students not only harm India’s international image but are the tip of a huge civilisational iceberg that only sustained introspection of national identity can address.
Wetlands management is vital but sweeping statements about their universal value may do more harm than good.
Closer examination of the Doing Business Report suggests that the ‘evidence’ it cites is weak and heavily influenced by the experiences of developed countries.
The African continent appears to have the most remarkable potential for growth and transformation, but can it be sustainable?
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Improving the quality and quantity of mealtimes for young children could save 100,000 lives a year, reduce health costs and improve productivity in adult life, the UN agency said.
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While some countries with declining populations are averse to letting more in, history shows rapidly growing populations are not easily confined within borders.
Malawi Police spokesman Nikolasi Gondwa said gangs in neighbouring Tanzania and Mozambique were fuelling the trade.
Burundi police said in early May that more than 450 people had been killed in unrest that began a year ago. The United Nations says over 250,000 have fled the country since last April.
Oliva had an argument with three men after which they followed him and beat him up with stones and bricks.
The animal’s unique body configuration has long been a puzzle for biologists.