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28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

In Tanzania, abortion is only permitted to save the life of the woman, to preserve physical...

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Apparently Dar es Salaam is the central business district (CBD) in the country and faces huge sanitation challenges that demand extreme solutions to tackle the environmental peril that hinges on its poor and uncivilised sanitation manner.

THE lives of Tanzanians are intimately connected to the environment, their survival and that of...

28Apr 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

405,000 women induced abortions in Tanzania in 2013.

VAILET Mollel (40) is an Arusha-based successful business woman, married with only one daughter...

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Some of the girls ended up taking huge risks like abortion using very unsafe procedures. Some got away with it. But those who were not so lucky lost their lives in the process or found themselves in serious medical complications which left them with permanent scars.

HAVING lived all most of my life in urban areas, and being fairly educated at least by Tanzania...

27Apr 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

WATER management in agriculture has become imperative when it comes to addressing climate change, Former Nigeria President, Olusegun Obasanjo, reminded delegates at the 12th CAADP Partnership Platform meeting recently in Accra, Ghana.

WATER management in agriculture has become imperative when it comes to addressing climate change...

27Apr 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

Former Nigeria President, Olusegun Obasanjo (2nd R) in a group photo with other delegates at the launch of the 2016 Africa Food Prize Award at the 12th CAADP Partnership Platform meeting recently in Accra, Ghana.

WATER management in agriculture has become imperative when it comes to addressing climate change...

27Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

UNEP warns that by 2020, in some African countries, yields from rain-fed agriculture could be reduced by up to 50 percent, that is, production will fall by half of what it is now.

According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) by 2020, between 75 and 250 million...

27Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Thakurseva Gurung of Bhadaure Tamagi village harvests broom grass. The grass helps her prevent soil erosion while also providing cattle fodder and a steady income.

42 year-old Saraswati Subedi still remembers the night she almost died in a flash flood. “I...

26Apr 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

However, Africa is facing a fertilizer crisis: it estimated that the continent loses the equivalent of over $4 billion worth of soil nutrients per year, severely eroding its ability to feed itself.

AFRICAN governments have been advised to develop Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the...

26Apr 2016
Ibrahim Mayaki
The Guardian

ibrahim mayaki

Africa now has the ability to feed itself and the world. This is not only a possibility but an...

26Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Jésica Garay, a young mother who is studying to become a teacher, gets water from the family tank built next to her humble home in the rural municipality of Corzuela in the northeast Argentine province of Chaco. Credit: Fabiana Frayssinet

In a semiarid region in the northeast Argentine province of Chaco, small farmers have adopted a...

26Apr 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

President Magufuli

It seems that Dr. Magufuli’s administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of...

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