Elephant Kills Woman in Queen Elizabeth National Park

[Monitor] Residents of Nyamuhika I cell Nyabubare parish, Nyamuhika I cell in Bwambara Sub-county in Rukungiri District were left in shock after their colleagues was killed by an elephant.

[Monitor] Residents of Nyamuhika I cell Nyabubare parish, Nyamuhika I cell in Bwambara Sub-county in Rukungiri District were left in shock after their colleagues was killed by an elephant.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Starvation Stalks Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen

[Al Jazeera] The risk of mass starvation in four countries – Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen – is rapidly rising due to drought and conflict, the UN refugee agency has warned.

[Al Jazeera] The risk of mass starvation in four countries - Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen - is rapidly rising due to drought and conflict, the UN refugee agency has warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Tradition Hurdles Early Marriage Eradication Effort

[Ethiopian Herald] Despite improvements due to the extensive intervention of governmental and non-governmental bodies, early marriage is still source of various socio-economic evils across Ethiopia.

[Ethiopian Herald] Despite improvements due to the extensive intervention of governmental and non-governmental bodies, early marriage is still source of various socio-economic evils across Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Pirates Kill 2 Soldiers, Injure 3 in Bayelsa

[Vanguard] Two operatives of the Joint Task Force in the Niger Delta codenamed Operation Delta Safe were killed, Wednesday ?evening, in the creek of Rivers State following a shoot out with heavily armed pirates.

[Vanguard] Two operatives of the Joint Task Force in the Niger Delta codenamed Operation Delta Safe were killed, Wednesday ?evening, in the creek of Rivers State following a shoot out with heavily armed pirates.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

The Repercussion of Unsafe Water On Health

[Ethiopian Herald] Getting safe water is the right of citizens and it is also a universally agreed principle. The none availability and the inadequate provision of water might push people to resort to use unclean water which has its own health hazards….

[Ethiopian Herald] Getting safe water is the right of citizens and it is also a universally agreed principle. The none availability and the inadequate provision of water might push people to resort to use unclean water which has its own health hazards. The government in the GTP 2 underlined the provision of clean and safe water to the public based on the rising demand both in rural and urban places. And so far much has been achieved. But to meet the goal, unrestrained effort by pertinent bodies such as government and non gov

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Federation Set to Strengthen Women Participation

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Youth Federation jointly with UNESCO Ethiopia Office kicked off a two-day Training of Trainers on women empowerment to the youth who are in the leadership in various capacities nationwide.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Youth Federation jointly with UNESCO Ethiopia Office kicked off a two-day Training of Trainers on women empowerment to the youth who are in the leadership in various capacities nationwide.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Shopping Destinations You Should Not Miss in Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] Traditional markets in Addis Ababa certainly lives up to its name. The country has grown to be sprawling maze of vendors selling everything from spices to lamps to jewelry, and of course Ethiopian delight. The market by itself is a d…

[Ethiopian Herald] Traditional markets in Addis Ababa certainly lives up to its name. The country has grown to be sprawling maze of vendors selling everything from spices to lamps to jewelry, and of course Ethiopian delight. The market by itself is a destination of its kind ideal for true antique and art enthusiasts.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Why Govt Continues to Fall Out of Favour With International Partners

[The Conversation Africa] The relationship between the government of South Sudan and the donor community is changing. International discourse on the East African country has moved from warm and sympathetic to disapproving, critical and exasperated.

[The Conversation Africa] The relationship between the government of South Sudan and the donor community is changing. International discourse on the East African country has moved from warm and sympathetic to disapproving, critical and exasperated.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan