Madagascar: Locals Pioneer Safer Fishing to Protect Seas Off Madagascar

Deep sea diving for the worm-like marine animals - a delicacy selling for hundreds of dollars in Asia - Read More

Africa: Saving Lives, One Birth at a Time

As frontline healthworkers at the heart of each community, midwives have a vital role in driving sustainable development and Read More

Nigeria: Why Government is Conducting World's Largest HIV/Aids Survey

The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole says that at least 170,000 Nigerians will be participating in the largest ever Read More

Ireland: 3,000 Women May Be Caught Up in Cervical Cancer Scandal

A week after the lid was lifted on the cervical cancer scandal, the Government still does not know the number Read More

Ethiopian: Nearly 8 Million Citizens Need Emergency Food, Water

Ethiopia is emerging from three consecutive years of drought, in a perilous state. Among those hardest-hit are some 2.4 Read More

#WorldTBDay - A TB Test That's Cheaper, Quicker and More Accurate

Tuberculosis is a disease that kills more people due to a bacterial infection than any other disease in the Read More

South Africa: Listeriosis Scare - 3 500 Tons of Polony and Cold Meat Returned So Far

Tiger Brands had recalled 3 500 tons of its Enterprise ready-to-eat, chilled meat products by Monday.

This, as it awaits the Read More

Uganda: Married Women Circumcised with Husbands' Consent - NGO

Married Women Now Undergoing Circumcision

Kampala — Faced with the new law against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), traditionalists have now shifted Read More

Namibia: Country Bans Zambian Food Imports Over Cholera Outbreak

Katima Mulilo — The Namibian government has resolved to provisionally ban the importation of all perishable food, fruits, unprocessed food Read More