December 11, 2012
Africa: In the Twilight Zone [analysis]
Covering the UN climate change talks is, in many ways, a surreal experience. This year's talks - the 18th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate... Read more »
August 24, 2012
Africa: A Quiet Small Water Revolution
Quietly, a revolution to develop cheap ways to draw water for irrigation is unfolding in small villages and rural regions in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, a new three-year... Read more »
May 25, 2012
Africa: Remedying Global Health R&D
Researchers are calling for a binding global health convention that requires all governments to share the costs of research and development (R&D), stating that such an... Read more »
April 24, 2012
Africa: Beating Measles - One More Push?
Vaccines against measles have been around for decades and are highly effective, yet the campaign against the disease in recent years has had a bumpy ride. Read more »
April 19, 2012
On the surface it had all the trappings of a gathering of current and former heads of state: Legions of presidential bodyguards speaking into their sleeves, electronic security at... Read more »
April 17, 2012
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