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August 17

  • Ethiopia: A Game Changer for Global Food Security [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    We are all too familiar with the many obstacles standing in the way of feeding the world by 2050, while facing both undernutrition and escalating rates of overnutrition. In fact,... Read more »



August 16

  • Ethiopia: Acacia Seeds As a Source of Protein

    Reporter

    I listened with interest to a recent ABC (Australia Broadcasting Corporation) radio program talk about how Australia's wattle, the acacia tree, could be used as a source of protein... Read more »



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August 08

  • Somalia: 'World Must Act Now' to Avert Repeat of Devastating Famine - UN Expert

    UN News

    A United Nations human rights expert today urged the international community to "act now" to avert a humanitarian disaster in Somalia, where a widening hunger crisis has sparked... Read more »

  • Mozambique: 43 Percent of Children Chronically Malnourished

    AIM

    Chronic malnutrition affects 43 per cent of Mozambican children under the age of five, according to the Deputy Minister for Women's Affairs and Social Welfare, Virgilio Mateus. Read more »

  • Africa: Making Micronutrient Powder Accessible in Kenya [press release]

    UNDP

    Phillips Healthcare Services Limited joins the Business Call to Action Read more »



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