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- Africa: When Shit Happens February 9, 2016[IRIN] New York -Everyone defecates, but 'how' and 'where' are questions that highlight class, gender and cultural differences between us.
- Ethiopia: Ethiopia Signs Financing Agreements With AfDB February 9, 2016[Addis Fortune] In both loan and grant financing, the African Development Bank is living up to its mandate of improving the quality of life in Ethiopia
- South Africa: Municipal Strike Causes a Stink in Historic Town February 9, 2016[News24Wire] A strike by workers from the Umjindi local municipality in Mpumalanga has caused a stink in the historic mining town of Barberton.
- Ghana: Sea Water Desalination Project Brings Relief to Teshie-Nungua and Surrounding Areas February 9, 2016[Ghana Govt.] The persistent problem of lack of potable water that the people of Teshie-Nungua, a suburb of Accra, and its surrounding environs in Teshie-Nungua, the Teshie Military barracks, Batsoona, Sakumono and parts of La-Dadekotopon all in the Greater Accra Region, have encountered for more than two decades, has come to an end, thanks to the Accra Wate […]
- Ghana: Zoomlion to Provide Logistics for National Sanitation Day February 9, 2016[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Executive Chairman of waste management company Zoomlion and Jospong Group of Companies, Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong, as part of his outfit's corporate social responsibility, has pledged to provide all logistical needs for the National Sanitation Day, particularly, for communities in need of sanitation services.
- South Africa: Senekal's Taps Running Again February 9, 2016[News24Wire] Taps in the drought-stricken Free State town of Senekal have started running again, the Setsoto local municipality said on Monday.
- Egypt: Irrigation Minister Calls for Maximizing Use of Available Water Resources February 9, 2016[Egypt Online] Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Hossam Moghazi has stressed the need for rationalizing water consumption and maximizing the use of available water resources.
- Zimbabwe: A Glimmer of Hope for Mbare's Sanitation Problems? February 9, 2016[The Herald] The raw sewage streams that the hostels in Mbare have become so accustomed to may soon be a thing of the past if plans by the City of Harare to clean up the mess and repair burst pipes are anything to go by.
- Gambia: Gamcotrap Celebrates Zero Tolerance Day to End FGM February 9, 2016[Foroyaa] The Executive Director of GAMCOTRAP, Dr Isatou Touray, said this year's is an important day for the Gambian women and children, bringing in a new lease of life in promoting their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
- Gambia: Cattle Owners Decry Lack of Watering Points, Feed February 9, 2016[Foroyaa] Cattle owners in the Illiassa District in the North Bank Region of the Gambia have said that cattle rearing in their area have become a big challenge due to the lack of watering points for the roaming herds.
- Africa: When Shit Happens February 9, 2016
- CTBTO’s Verification System Thwarts Nuclear Tests February 9, 2016The Vienna-based Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) – a 24-hour international watchdog body – is known never to miss a beat. The Organization’s international monitoring and verification system has been tracking all nuclear explosions -– in the atmosphere, underwater and underground –- including all four nuclear tests by the Democratic […]Thalif Deen
- Violence is a preventable disease February 9, 2016Mairead Maguire, a peace activist from Northern Ireland is a 1976 Nobel Peace Laureatemairead-maguire
- UN Seeks Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation February 9, 2016The United Nations says it is determined to end female genital mutilation (FGM) – a ritual practiced mostly in Africa, the Middle East, parts of Asia and even among some migrant communities in Europe. And the world body’s determination is being backed with facts, figures — and a global campaign by a Joint Programme against […]Thalif Deen
- Rural youth can be tomorrow’s entrepreneurs February 9, 2016Nteranya Sanginga is the Director General of the International Institute of Tropical AgricultureNteranya Sanginga
- Family Planning in India is Still Deeply Sexist February 9, 2016The tragic death of 12 women after a state-run mass sterilisation campaign in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh went horribly wrong in 2014 made global headlines. The episode saw about 80 women “herded like cattle” into makeshift camps without being properly examined before the laparoscopic tubectomies that snuffed out their lives. In another incident […]Neeta Lal
- Microcephaly Revives Battle for Legal Abortion in Brazil February 8, 2016The Zika virus epidemic and a rise in the number of cases of microcephaly in newborns have revived the debate on legalising abortion in Brazil. However, the timing is difficult as conservative and religious groups are growing in strength, especially in parliament. “We are issuing a call to society to hold a rational, generous debate […]Mario Osava
- The Nuclear Deal Implementation Day: A Win-Win Agreement (part one) February 8, 2016Farhang Jahanpour is a former professor and dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the University of Isfahan and a former Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University. He is a tutor in the Department of Continuing Education and a member of Kellogg College, University of OxfordFarhang Jahanpour
- CTBTO’s Verification System Thwarts Nuclear Tests February 9, 2016
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