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Why we must save Michiru Forest from the brink

As the world grapples with climate change, with Africa and other countries in developing regions, bearing the brunt of it, humanity is waging a...

Nigeria to mentor as Malawi, South Sudan launch Presidential Compacts on Water and Sanitation

In what looks like a major stride to ensure universal access to water and sanitation, the governments of Malawi and South Sudan on Monday,...

African Guarantee Fund, Nordic Development Fund take lead in fostering green finance in Malawi

The African Guarantee Fund (AGF) in partnership with the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) kicked off the 8th Edition of the Green Finance Conference in...

Cyclone Freddy toll surpasses 300 as Mozambique counts bodies

The death toll from Tropical Cyclone Freddy has passed 300 people, with authorities in Mozambique taking several days to assess the extent of the...

Concern as record-breaking Cyclone Freddy leaves dozens dead in Africa

Cyclone Freddy, a long-lasting cyclone that is refusing to dissipate, has torn through Malawi and Mozambique killing around 200 people and leaving many others injured or...

Malawi cholera outbreak largest on continent, says WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has described Malawi’s cholera outbreak as the largest in Africa. This came up as the country has so far contributed...

Malawi: Cholera death toll passes 1,000, as outbreak spreads

The death toll from a cholera outbreak in Malawi has passed 1,000 while cases have risen to 30,621, the highest on record in the...

Malawi declares polio outbreak

The health authorities in Malawi have declared an outbreak of wild poliovirus type 1 after a case was detected in a young child in...

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GreenWaka, carbon literacy project collaborate to accelerate Nigeria’s just transition

In an attempt to assist Nigeria in realising its just-transition goal, the GreenWaka and Carbon Literacy Project (CLP) have...
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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of key issues around ecological and social justice amid plans to...

SADC leaders launch $5.5bn appeal for drought, flood relief

Southern African leaders launched a $5.5 billion humanitarian appeal on Saturday, May 18, 2024, to assist over 61 million...

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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of...
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