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South Africa : Environment, Forestry and Fisheries On Applications Open for the Driving Force (...)

  4/07 | [Govt of SA] Youth and youth-led organisations are invited to apply for the Driving Force for Change funding that aims to support (...)

Ethiopia : Ethiopia Committed to Agreements On Mega Dam - Ambassador

  4/07 | [East African] Ethiopia's Ambassador to Kenya, Meles Alem Tekea, spoke with Fred Oluoch about the country's stand on the (...)

Ethiopia : Dispute Over Nile Project Moves to African Union

  4/07 | [East African] The dispute between Ethiopia and Egypt over the commencement of the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (...)

Seychelles : Environment Ministry Concerned About Feral Pigeons, Invasive Crows

  4/07 | [Seychelles News Agency] The Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change in Seychelles has expressed concerns over the rising (...)

Ethiopia : New Unrest Plagues Nation's Rocky Transition

3/07 | [ICG] The killing of a prominent Oromo musician has unleashed a wave of protests that have left dozens dead, highlighting anew the (...)

Congo-Kinshasa : One Million People Displaced in DR Congo in 6 Months

3/07 | [DW] The UNHCR recorded events of killing, mutilation, sexual violence and looting in DR Congo in the last eight weeks. The African (...)

Sudan : Ethiopian Dam Negotiations Resumed

3/07 | [SNA] Khartoum -- The negotiations on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam between Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt resumed, Friday, through video (...)

Zimbabwe : Why Rural Electrification Won't Fix Deforestation in Zimbabwe

3/07 | [The Conversation Africa] Reliance on biomass such as fuelwood for energy in rural areas has a strong bearing on Zimbabwe's (...)

South Africa : Our Commitment to Eradicating Racism

3/07 | [UCT] Dear students and colleagues

South Africa : Addressing the Impact of Government Responses to COVID-19 On Women Human Rights (...)

3/07 | [Daily Maverick] The Southern Africa Human Rights Roundup is a weekly column aimed at highlighting important human rights news in (...)

Congo-Kinshasa : Kinshasa Vows Zero Tolerance Over Child Soldiers After U.S. Anti-Trafficking (...)

3/07 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) decries use of child solders by army and militias after upgrade in U.S. (...)

Ethiopia : The Paradox of Ethiopian Women - Increased Suffering, Higher National Profile, Muted (...)

3/07 | [African Arguments] The appointment of women to 50% of ministerial positions by Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on October (...)

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South Africa : Addressing the Impact of Government Responses to COVID-19 On Women Human Rights (...)

3/07 | [Daily Maverick] The Southern Africa Human Rights Roundup is a weekly column aimed at highlighting important human rights news in (...)

Uganda : ICC Registry to Identify Potential Beneficiaries of Ntaganda Reparations

3/07 | [International Justice Monitor] Last week, Trial Chamber VI at the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued a decision on the (...)

South Africa : 'We Cannot Celebrate Youth Month'

3/07 | [New Frame] Young activists in KwaZulu-Natal are stepping up in the face of intimidation and hostility to advocate around issues (...)

Namibia : Making Abortion Safe and Legal

2/07 | [New Era] The abortion debate post-independence was started by Dr Libertina Amathila, the then minister of health. During this debate, (...)

Namibia : Half of Girls' First Sexual Experience Unwanted

2/07 | [Namibian] The United Nations Population Fund has revealed that 54% of girls' first sexual experience in Namibia is (...)

Zimbabwe : Bring It On - 'Coup Monger' Job Sikhala Dares Muchinguri

2/07 | [New Zimbabwe] Outspoken MDC Alliance deputy chairperson Job Sikhala, recently accused of spreading falsehoods on an impending coup to (...)

Kenya : Police Ranked Top Rights Abusers During COVID-19 Pandemic

2/07 | [Capital FM] Nairobi -- A new report by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has put the National Police Service and (...)

Lebanon : Huge Cost of Inaction in Trash Crisis

10/06 | Click to expand Image Workers clean a shore from garbage days after an extended storm battered the Mediterranean country, at the Zouq (...)

Hong Kong : Rights Under Attack on Anniversary

10/06 | Click to expand Image Protesters in Hong Kong, July 5, 2019. © 2019 Chris McGrath/Getty Images (New York) – Hong Kong’s and China’s (...)

UK Failing Domestic Abuse Victims in Pandemic

8/06 | Click to expand Image © 2020 Alberto Pezzali via AP (London) – The government of the United Kingdom is stalling on establishing a robust (...)

Venezuela : Deal to Distribute Aid through UN

8/06 | Click to expand Image People wearing face masks walk past a mural depicting Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on April 17, (...)

Mexico : Families Abuse, Neglect People with Disabilities

5/06 | (Mexico City) – The Mexican government is failing to protect people with disabilities in Mexico from severe abuse and neglect by their (...)

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South Africa : Environment, Forestry and Fisheries On Applications Open for the Driving Force (...)

  4/07 | [Govt of SA] Youth and youth-led organisations are invited to apply for the Driving Force for Change funding that aims to support (...)

Mozambique : No School Without Water Can Re-Open, Says Ministry

3/07 | [AIM] Maputo -- The Mozambican Ministry of Education has promised that no school will be allowed to reopen, if it does not possess a (...)

Ethiopia : Amid Pandemic, Ethiopia Launches National Policy to Encourage Walking and (...)

3/07 | [UNEP] As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through Ethiopia earlier this year, many in the Horn of Africa country abandoned public transit, (...)

Ghana : 'COVID-19 Is a Wake-Up Call' - Ghana to Develop National Plan for Climate (...)

3/07 | [UNEP] The Government of Ghana has launched the process to develop a National Adaptation Plan (NAP) in efforts to build nationwide (...)

Mauritius : Minister Ramano Encourages the Population to Produce and Use Organic (...)

3/07 | [Government of Mauritius] Some forty Non-Governmental Organisations and Cooperative societies received compost bins and composting (...)

Gambia : World Bank Procures Two Medical Waste Machines for Gambia Worth Over D51 (...)

3/07 | [Foroyaa] The World Bank has procured two medical waste management machines for The Gambia worth over fifty-one million dalasis, the (...)

Kenya : Nairobi Water Company Losing Millions of Shillings Due to Faulty Billing (...)

3/07 | [Nairobi News] Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company continues to lose millions of shillings due to faulty water billing system (...)

Namibia : Ministry Boosts Giraffe Conservation

2/07 | [Namibian] THE Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism in collaboration with the Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) has (...)

Ghana : Ho Residents Count Losses From Heavy Rainfall

2/07 | [Ghanaian Times] Ho -- Residents of Donokodzi and Desiadenyo in Ho are counting their losses after two days of intermittent downpour (...)

Africa : We're Flying Less. and Wild Places That Count On Tourism Dollars Are Starting to (...)

2/07 | [Ensia] Rincon del Mar, a beachside hamlet on Colombia's Caribbean coast, is part of a burgeoning industry that is helping to turn (...)

Ghana : President Akufo-Addo Commissions 146 Water Systems in the Central Region

2/07 | [Ghana Presidency] The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday, 30th June, 2020 commissioned the Anomansa (...)

Use of multispectral satellite datasets to improve ecological understanding of the distribution (...)

8/06 | Abstract Invasive Alien Plants (IAPs) pose major threats to biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and services. The availability of (...)

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IMG: What is going on in Kivu ? In 1994, the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda fled en masse to Kivu in eastern Congo. For nearly twenty years, remnants of the (...)
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