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Kenyan Women Rally Against Gender-Based Violence

By Lisa Vives, Global Information Network

NEW YORK | 22 February 2024 (IDN) — Hundreds of women dressed in black gathered in Kenya’s capital at a vigil dubbed “Dark Valentine” to protest the rise in femicides in the country.

More than 16 cases were reported by police and local media since the start of the year.…


World’s Migratory Species of Animals are in Decline, Says UN Report

By Rita Joshi

BONN | SAMARKAND, Uzbekistan | 12 February 2024 (IDN) — Unsustainable human activities are jeopardizing the future of migratory species, warns the first-ever State of the World’s Migratory Species report. Migratory species play an essential role in maintaining the world’s ecosystems, and provide vital benefits, by pollinating plants, transporting key nutrients, preying on pests, and helping to store carbon.…


Bangladesh Farmers Are Protecting Paddy Cultivation from Climate Risks

By Rafiqul Islam Montu

SHYAMNAGAR (SATKHIRA), Bangladesh | 11 February 2024 (IDN) — The new variety of paddy is ‘Charulata’. This paddy is salinity tolerant, can withstand normal winds, and yields well without fertilisers and pesticides. It is effortless to save seeds from this paddy. Due to these reasons, ‘Charulata’ paddy is spreading quickly from one farmer to another. Many people are now planting this paddy. This rice seed has been extended to many more farmers in the last season. The yield has also been good. (P31) Japanese | Korean | Portuguese | Spanish | Turkish


WHO Urges Provision of Life-Saving Health Services for the Most Vulnerable in Sudan

By Jaya Ramachandran

GENEVA | 8 February 2024 (IDN) — Nearly ten months since the escalation of the conflict in Sudan in April 2023, the humanitarian situation in the country has deteriorated, resulting in the world’s largest displacement crisis. The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling on the international community to meet 100% of the US$ 178 million funding request for 2024 to meet the health needs of the highly vulnerable target population.…


Laying Foundation for Digital Revolution in Africa’s Food Systems

By Douglas Okwatch

This report is a slightly modified version of the original published in the January 2024 issue of Africa Renewal.

NAIROBI | 3 February 2024 (IDN) — Digital technologies will be vital in addressing the three persistent problems in Africa’s agricultural industry—inefficiency, exclusivity, and unsustainability, according to the 2023 Africa Agriculture Status Report, “Empowering Africa’s Food Systems for the Future”.…






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