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Talk Environment: Effect of climate change on rice farmers

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Heavy downpour killed 8 in Tamale, Ghana

Written by Murtala ¬†Kpambe   At least eight persons including two school children died after floods hit the Northern Region of Ghana on July 25. The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) told journalists in Tamale that it has completed its assessment, but has very little in store to support victims.   The Director General of NADMO Eric Nana Agyeman Prempeh ...

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In search for dividend of democracy while flooding bites hard

  Flooding is among the most devastating natural disasters in the world, claiming many lives and causing more property damage than any other natural phenomena in Nigeria, though not leading in terms of claiming lives, flood affects and displaces more people than any other disaster, which also causes more damage to properties.   Despite the phenomenon Nigeria government tend to ...

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Eroded Happiness

This year (2012) Nigeria celebrated its 13th uninterrupted return to democracy (since 1999), but still the common man has not much to celebrate in terms of social amenities. In this period, the residents of Darmanawa and Sheka Areas within Kano metropolis complained of the remains of the only bridge linking the two areas to the main city. Some of the ...

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