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A decade ago, most countries used only localised strategies. But Zambia decided to make bed nets, insecticides, and drugs available nationwide.
Surgical technicians have helped halve maternal death rates in Mozambique.
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Two years of HIV self-testing in Malawi have shown no cases of suicide, intimate partner violence or self-harm.
Human rights abuses in the diamond industry in Zimbabwe could easily be avoided.
A report from the outward investment and trade mission to Ethiopia
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His willingness to challenge the regime is admirable, but he can’t do it on his own.
The notion of South African exceptionalism runs deep. Many people in the country believe that in some cases they are superior to the rest of Africa
Internet users in Cameroon have once again taken to the streets urging their government to restore internet connectivity in English-speaking regions
The plan aims to protect both workers and the environment when dealing with electronic waste at Agbogbloshie, a major dumping site outside of Accra
Kenya’s electronic polling system could be jeopardised by a manual backup