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Kidney disease on the rise in Manitoba: new study

A startling number of Manitobans are living with a potentially fatal condition, a new report by researchers at the University of Manitoba's centre for health policy suggests. Up to 14 per cent of adults and three per cent of children in the ... CBC, 2 months ago

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Climate smart agriculture is key to Africa's development

Research by NEPAD through the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme shows that climate change effects are becoming more frequent and more severe, threatening the reliability and productivity of agriculture, exacerbating the already ...
 Agri Portal South Africa1 month ago Climate smart agriculture key to development  Biz Community1 month ago

UN UNITED NATIONS : Ending Poverty by 2030 Depends on Social Development Commission's Policy Guidance, Secretary-General Says as Body's General Debate Continues

Economies must be put at the service of people, through effective integrated social policies, the United Nations Secretary-General told the Commission for Social Development today, stressing that, in a world where inequality was still too high and ...
 4 Traders1 day ago Ending Poverty by 2030 Depends on Social Development Commission's Policy Guidance, Secretary-General Says as Body's General Debate Continues  StarAfrica.com1 hour ago

Chambers Umezulike: How to tackle Africa's economic development crisis

Despite over five decades of self-rule, Africa's desires and hopes remain largely unattained. On poverty, the new figures confirm that sub-Saharan Africa has been the least successful region of the world in reducing poverty ($1.25 per day).
 YNaija.com4 weeks ago
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Five things you should know about food insecurity in Canada

Tags: Politics , Poverty , Health , Food prices , Carolyn Shimmin , Valerie Tarasuk Over four million Canadians, including 1.15 million children, will experience some level of food insecurity this year food insecurity food poverty this ...
 Troy Media1 month ago
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India's reckless nuclear mining industry ignores poison...

BY ADRIAN LEVY* The Subarnarekha River roars out of the Chota Nagpur plateau in eastern India before emptying 245 miles downstream into the Bay of Bengal, making it a vital source of life, and lately of death.The word Subarnarekha means streak ...
 Ceylon Today20 hours ago Indias Reckless Nuclear Mining Industry Ignores Poison Risks  MSN Philippines4 days ago How India's Nuclear Industry Created A River Of Death, According to Court Case Claims  Huffington Post1 month ago India's nuclear industry pours its wastes into a river of death and disease  Yahoo! India1 month ago

Union Budget 2016-17: Roadmap for Healthcare

Healthcare industry stakeholders sharetheir hopes and aspirations for the sector from the Union Budget 2016-17, with Express Healthcare The earlier the government brings clarity in price regulation, the easier it will be for the device and ...
 Financial Express2 days ago Union Budget 2016-17: Roadmap forHealthcare  Yahoo! India1 day ago

The Zika Virus, the Brazilian Microcephaly Outbreak. Covering-up Another Latrogenic Disorder

(Before It's News) By Dr. Gary G. Kohls Cognitive Dissonance and the Elephant in the Room: Covering-up Another Iatrogenic Disorder (Injecting Fetotoxic Aluminum into Pregnant Women) Rather than (irrationally) calling for a fast-tracked Zika ...
 Before It's News1 day ago
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Avoiding the common pitfalls in African expansion When expanding into Africa, local companies need to understand that simply transplanting products and services does not necessarily mean they will be successful elsewhere. By Theodore Josias ...
 Accountancy SA6 days ago

How to leave no one behind: a workable plan for ambitious aims

History and literature are littered with frustrated attempts to do the right thing. Famously, Dorothea in George Eliot's Middlemarch has the good intentions of improving the lot of tenant farmers. She fails because she is insufficiently pragmatic.
 Overseas Development Institute6 days ago
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