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Canada sends hearing Ebola vaccine to W Africa

Canada sends hearing Ebola vaccine to W Africa

Canada is promulgation adult to 1,000 doses of an initial vaccine to West Africa to assistance a World Health Organisation (WHO) quarrel a Ebola epidemic, a country’s health apportion announced. Minister Rona Ambrose pronounced on Wednesday between 800 to 1,000 doses would be distributed by a WHO in West Africa. Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Liberia and […]

Wang, Africa’s final frigid bear, dies

Wang, Africa’s final frigid bear, dies

(CNN) — The final frigid bear in Africa died Wednesday after months of lamentation his longtime messenger during a zoo in Johannesburg, a distant cry from his Arctic habitat. Wang, 28, suffered from ongoing arthritis and liver failure. The Johannesburg Zoo, where he had been a vital captivate given he was a cub, put him […]

UNICEF Report: Africa’s Population Could Hit 4 Billion By 2100

UNICEF Report: Africa’s Population Could Hit 4 Billion By 2100

i i Seun Dupe sits with her baby twins in a maternity sanatorium in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigeria is Africa’s many populous nation with some-more than 160 million people. UNICEF estimates that series will bloat to scarcely 1 billion by 2100. Sunday Alamba/AP hide caption itoggle caption Sunday Alamba/AP Seun Dupe sits with her baby twins […]

Ebola fears penetrate African sports

Ebola fears penetrate African sports

CAPE TOWN, South Africa — It started when a tiny Indian Ocean island of Seychelles refused entrance to Sierra Leone’s soccer squad, fearing that a fatal Ebola pathogen would arrive from West Africa along with a players. The preference by Seychelles health authorities dual weeks ago gave a group no choice though to pledge a […]

Obama’s Africa summit: Too little, too late?

Obama’s Africa summit: Too little, too late?

In 2013, we was in a audience at a Oxford Union for a taping of Al Jazeera’s Head to Head featuring Thomas Friedman and his thoughts on US Foreign Policy. The show’s concentration was wholly focused on a Middle East, and a United States’ vital pivot to a Asia-Pacific region. During a QA session, we sought to prominence that […]

Opting Against Ebola Drug for Ill African Doctor

Opting Against Ebola Drug for Ill African Doctor

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Investing in Africa: How a US can play catch-up

Investing in Africa: How a US can play catch-up

President Obama recently announced that a U.S. government, World Bank and businesses would deposit a sum $33 billion in Africa’s economies. In a ancestral Africa Leaders Summit last week that brought 50 African heads of state to Washington, a oath also enclosed another $12 billion in appropriation for Obama’s Power Africa appetite initiative. While these […]

Ebola genocide fee tops 1000 in West Africa; WHO says use of exam treatments is …

Ebola genocide fee tops 1000 in West Africa; WHO says use of exam treatments is …

As a genocide fee from a Ebola conflict in 4 West African nations strictly climbed above 1,000, a World Health Organization on Tuesday pronounced a use of unproven, initial treatments and vaccines is reliable given a bulk of a crisis. Marie-Paule Kieny, partner WHO executive general, pronounced she hopes that efforts to furnish some-more of […]

Population boom: 40% of all humans will be African by finish of century

Population boom: 40% of all humans will be African by finish of century

A seismic change in demographic trends is transforming a universe into an increasingly African place, formulating outrageous mercantile opportunities, as good as new risks for domestic instability and impassioned poverty, a United Nations group says. “The destiny of amiability is increasingly African,” says a news by a UN children’s group to be released on Tuesday, […]

Ebola outbreak: What Uganda can learn West Africa

Ebola outbreak: What Uganda can learn West Africa

12 Aug 2014 Last updated during 10:13 By Catherine Byaruhanga BBC Africa, Kampala The knowledge of health workers in Uganda might infer to be exegetic for other African nations traffic with an Ebola outbreak Dr Jackson Amone, who has tackled several Ebola outbreaks in Uganda, volunteered to go to West Africa to assistance his counterparts […]

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