Illegal fishing and poaching is on the rise in Kenya, also due to reduced surveillance due to COVID-19. Sea turtles near Marereni, Kenya, are the most devastated. According to the Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI), poachers and illegal...
The world-famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass announced that he had discovered the lost capital of ancient Egypt on the west bank of the Nile in Luxor. The city was built by the Golden Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who reigned in the...
Generally speaking, a circular economy or circularity is an economical, social, and environmental production model aimed at eliminating waste and maximising the re-use of recyclable and sustainable resources. Although it might seem that this concept appeared only with the...
African countries are fighting a severe drought. They decided to build the Green Wall across the Sahara from east to west. Thanks to world organizations, the strip of green will support crop renewal and reduce famine. The governments of African...
Access to water is not a given in many parts of the world. Women in remote African villages have to walk several kilometers with heavy tanks on their heads to prepare food for their families. An American kind pensioner...
Suppose you awoke to find a fairy or genie willing to grant one wish, that would positively impact persons with disabilities by the swing of the wand, what would you ask for? It is disturbing how invisibility and discrimination...
In Mauritania, slavery is still a modern matter, supported by a long tradition. Arab-Berber nomads enslave Mauritanian haratins. Although the government holds the official view that the country is definitively free of slavery, the reality is quite different. Mauritania Denies...
Mali plans to plant thousands of acacia trees hectares. The trees have the potential to slow desert expansion. The state of Mali supports sustainable trade in Arabic gum. Savana Sahel leads across the six West African countries. It rains only...
The finding of a dead baobab was a shock to the inhabitants of the South African village. The tree lived with them for generations, providing food and medicine. The 1200-year-old baobab was not the only one that has fallen...
West African country is supported by UNICEF, which is going to build 500 classrooms that can accommodate more than 25,000 children. This project meets several criteria: humanitarian aid, education and positive environmental impact. Ivory Coast Classrooms The country does not have...
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