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Towards Ending Malaria: Spotlight on Africa University’s Zimbabwe Entomological Support Program in Malaria (AU/ZENTO)

By Jeanette Dadzie In 2016, Africa University’s then Dean of the College of Health, Agriculture and NaturalSciences Professor Sungano Mharakurwa had a dream...

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Rice production in West African countries will increase in 2024 – OCHA

Rice production in Nigeria and other West African countries will increase in2024.West Africa Regional Supply and Market Outlook, coordinated by the UnitedNations Office...


Nigeria, Others to Experience Reduction in Grains Production

Nigeria and the rest of  West Africa are expected to experience a significant decrease in the production of maize, sorghum, and millet this year.According to the West...

Climate ChangeDevelopment

COP28 and the Quest for Climate Justice

By Nnimmo Bassey The foundation for voluntary emissions cut by nations was laid in the Copenhagen Accord (2009) and consolidated in the Paris...

Climate ChangeDevelopmentEnvironment

AU Countries Collaborate To Improve Environmental Challenges

By Ijeoma Olorunfemi Nigeria and 39 other AU countries have agreed to collaborate to ensure that environmental issues bedeviling the continent are ameliorated...

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Côte d’Ivoire blazes off with West Africa’s first Net-zero fossil fuel project from the Baleine oilfield

By Ben Eguzozie At the end of August, Africa Oil Week (AOW), which is the voice of E&P, the global platform for stimulating...

Climate ChangeDevelopment

BENIN REPUBLIC’S CLIMATE CRUSADE Pioneering Adaptation Document Unveils a Sustainable Future

The recent signing of a policy document between the government of Benin Republic and several municipal mayors to address climate change in the...


New Hope for Burkinabé Children as Malaria Vaccine Proves Effective

Burkina Faso like all West African countries has long grappled with the devastating impact of malaria, particularly among children under the age of...


Corruption biggest challenge for Ghanaians — Survey

Corruption at a national level ranks highest as a priority for many citizens in the country, the latest report of the “Open Society...



The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has entreated the government, citizens, and development partners to take concrete steps to address all security...