Prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding has increased across all countries but few are likely to meet the 2030 goal of 70%.
The deaths have important symbolic value and have been associated with shifts in COVID-19 policies in some countries.
Lockdowns to curb the spread of COVID-19 had various effects on food as it went from farms to plates.
A survey of the commemorations since 2014 reveals the politicking behind the writing of history and Rwanda’s place in the world.
Digital media shutdowns in Africa will lead to higher economic costs and greater public outrage.
On average, countries that adopt ethnic recognition experience less violence, more economic vitality, and more democratic politics.
With the demise of Pierre Nkurunziza, all eyes are on Burundi’s new president as he inherits a political framework that has repressed press freedom and silenced independent media voices.
The community’s response to the pandemic has been fragmented despite gestures of regional solidarity
The former president’s complex legacy has often been marred by violence.
The sudden death of Burundi’s former president, Pierre Nkurunziza, marks the end of a long reign, characterised by violent political crises.
History will judge Nkurunziza as a man who brought unnecessary pain to a nation that had long suffered from political misrule.
Will President Pierre Nkurunziza peacefully relinquish office after the May poll?
The African Union’s intervention track record in conflict situations is mixed.
Incidents of violence and growing fear and uncertainty have pushed over 400 000 Burundians to seek refuge in neighbouring countries.
CITES’ decision seeks to increase levels of monitoring so that we can be more and better informed about the illegal trade of Mukula and over-harvesting.
The presidents’ wives hold a lot of sway within the political power structure.
Government restrictions on individual freedoms in the name of public security is increasing.
East African countries use a scorecard to monitor maternal and child health progress in the region.
Research found that only a quarter of anaesthetists working in main referral hospitals in East Africa used the WHO safe surgical checklist.
The UN doesn’t have the magic formula to end tensions in Burundi. It’s up to the country’s leadership.