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22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Mulunesh Ena is part of an existing project supported by ICIPE, working with five other women in her community near Arba Minch to raise silkworms. She then sells the cocoons to a large cooperative in Arba Minch where she earns 70-100 Ethiopian birr per KG (approximately $3-5 US). On the racks in front of her, silkworms are eating castor leaves.

Addis Ababa. Beekeeping and silkworm farming have long been critical cogs of Ethiopian life,...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

IT was fun to passengers who were on a bus travelling to Morogoro from Dar es Salaam when this...

21May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Representatives of Nyamwage village conflict resolution committee pose for a photograph

Recent years have seen many people having access to land both in urban as well as in rural areas...

21May 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

The fact that scientific and medical advances have defused HIV/AIDS into becoming less...

21May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A worker at the Vital Camel Milk Factory in Nanyuki, northern Kenya, handles bottles. The factory produces between 6,000-10,000 litres of camel milk per month but can't fulfil huge international orders as domestic demand is at least double its capacity.

ISIOLO, Kenya – It took 70 dairy cows dying from repeated droughts to convince Fatuma Yousef to...

21May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A young mother

The lives of millions of girls giving birth under the age of 15 are at risk because they are...

20May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The EU has already announced plans to revisit the beneficial ownership disclosure rules of the European anti-money laundering Directive in June.

As the political dust settles on the Panama papers and the anti-corruption summit, the focus is...

20May 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Board Chairman of Mpingo conservation and development initiative (MCDI), Dr Felician Kilahama delivers his speech Parliamentary Lands, Natural Resources and Environment, and the Parliamentary Energy and Minerals Committees on the importance of conserving the natural resources

An estimated 90 percent of Tanzania’s energy needs are satisfied through the use of...

19May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

TACAIDS’s Executive Officer Dr Fatima Mrisho (Centre), Vice President Sustainability of the Geita Gold Mine (GGM), Simon Shayo (3rd Right), speak to journalists on the Kilimanjaro Challenge against HIV/ AIDS campaign yesterday in Dar es Salaam that will be launched in Dar es Salaam this Friday by the Vice President of Tanzania SamiaSuluhu Hassan

THE Tanzania HIV and AIDS and Malaria Indicator Survey (THMIS) 2011/12, reported that 5.1...

19May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Stephen O’Brien during a visit to Yemen, Faj Attan neighbourhood of Sana'a. Credit: OCHA /Philippe Kropf

“Human suffering from the impacts of armed conflicts and disasters has reached staggering levels...

19May 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian

International Labour Organisation ILO Director for Research Department Raymond Torres

Technology is a fundamental catalyst for development in any country since it cuts across many...

19May 2016
Victor Karega
The Guardian

WHILST there is a general agreement that there has been progress in promoting agriculture,...

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