On 10 May 2015, a day after the World Health Organization declared Liberia Ebola-free, stern-faced health officials were holding marathon meetings in different rooms at the country’s health ministry...
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Malnutrition among children under age five in the Sahel is expected to rise again this year,...
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Five flashlight bulbs, an old car battery and a solar panel were the only tools 11-year-old Richard...
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For someone with advanced technical know-how and a devious mind, a piece of chalk or some flour or...
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In recent years, the shrill cries of a newborn baby have been bringing more shouts of joy than of...
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New advances can give women more normal lives
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A Liberian soldier shows off his juggling skills at a World AIDS Day event, “Zero New Infections”,...
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Here in Rakai, where Uganda’s first AIDS case was reported in the early 1980s, it is common to see...
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Checking the blood pressure of an expectant mother in Rwanda.Photograph: Redux / eyevine / Kate...
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Testing a patient at an HIV clinic in Soweto, South Africa.Photograph: Africa Media Online / South...
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In an otherwise grim outlook for Africa’s hopes of achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs...
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