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World’s most polluted cities

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According to the World Health Organisation, India has four of the five cities in the world with the worst air pollution. Experts at WHO said India faces a “huge challenge” but air pollution in many countries is so bad that they have no monitoring system and cannot be included in the UN agencies ranking. The city of Zabol in Iran, ...

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Taking health to the grassroots

Munkebe is a village ahead of Katsinawan Rintimi about 12 kilometers drive from Bichi town, a village that has no road, or the basic amenities, the community lack electricity, water or even universal basic education for their children. The drive from Bichi town to Dutsen Dorawa then to Katsinawan rintimi was not a pleasant drive. On arrival I met Amina ...

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Finally That Stagnant Whirlpool Is Flushed out of Nigeria

The World Health Organization announced today that polio is no longer endemic in Nigeria. This is the first time that Nigeria has interrupted transmission of wild poliovirus, bringing the country and the African region closer than ever to being certified polio-free. The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), the public-private partnership leading the effort to eradicate polio, called this a ‘historic ...

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Reviving the once lost cocoa farming in Ghana

Like kola nut and palm oil, Cocoa farming is among the major cash crops cultivated in Ghana and it makes Ghana agricultural sector a leading sector that has improves the country’s gross domestic income over the year. Cocoa bean is the dried and fully fermented fatty bean of theobroma cacao that’s the cocoa tree, from which chocolates vinegar, alcohol cream, ...

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Support for green economy surges but crucial gaps remain

Governments, businesses, investors and others are embracing the ‘green economy’ idea, but differences in the way they interpret it pose barriers to sustainable development, according to a report published on 24th of February the International Institute for Environment and Development and the Green Economy Coalition. The Green Economy Barometer report, produced for a three day conference on ‘real green economies’ ...

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WE LOVE YOU LONG TIME BEFORE

It was a Monday morning, on the 22nd October 2013. The day’s assignment was an interesting one, we went to a community that consists of Chinese indigenes. On our arrival at the Chinese community in Portland, Oregon, I noticed an advert of a movie done during the Vietnam War. There is an FM radio station at the center of this ...

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Green Climate Fund Board selects Hela Cheikhrouhou as Executive Director

The Board of the Green Climate Fund has announced the selection of Ms. Hela Cheikhrouhou as the Fund’s first Executive Director. The consensus decision by the Board follows an extensive global recruitment process to select the head of the Fund’s Secretariat, which is currently in its start-up phase. Ms. Cheikhrouhou, a Tunisian national, is currently Director of the Energy, Environment ...

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GMO: safe for consumption

The world over, research is taking place in the field of agriculture where scientists are looking to see into the significance and safety of genetically modified food for human consumption. The case is not too different in Nigeria. According to findings so far, genetically modified plants are produced for human consumption using the latest molecular biology techniques. Such plants are ...

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The Knee Jerk

Recently a number of journalists from northern Nigeria converged at the research institute in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, to monitor how the bio-tech research institute operates in the quest to ensure the availability of food production and meeting up with the transformation agenda in terms of serving the need of common man in Nigeria. It is obvious that Nigeria is ...

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