Across the world, phenological events are occurring increasingly earlier as a result of climate change.
Social protection on its own doesn’t shift the dial. Radical economic policies are needed to tackle poverty and inequality.
Even by conservative estimates, Mozambique’s snakebite figures are far higher than previously thought.
Experts are concerned that a legal mechanism called investor-state dispute settlement could affect countries’ moves to cut fossil fuel emissions. Listen to The Conversation Weekly.
Researchers in sub-Saharan Africa ought to fuse conventional Western theories of knowledge and local theories of knowledge.
The global realignment triggered by the end of the Cold War and Gorbachev’s reforms ushered in a period of transition on the African continent.
The UN has been working for 20 years to increase the number of female peacekeepers – but countries that give their troops to the UN are reluctant to put more women in active combat.
Cooperating with honeyguides has been found to increase food security. It facilitates cultural traditions and enables income or trade.
The Ukraine crisis is significantly increasing political stress and potential conflict throughout Africa.
Insurance, stress-tolerant seeds and tailored credit can make smallholder farming profitable.
The failures of nominally elected governments has denied leaders - as well as the democratic system - a vanguard popular constituency.
Saponins from plants can destroy viruses and other microorganisms in the same way commercial soaps and detergents do.
Study shows that Mozambique 1992 peace agreement was never the success it was claimed to be. The country’s democracy remains weak.
The focus on building democracy should be on more intermediary outcomes, which can serve as building blocks for longer term democratic renewal.
The countries share related populations, economies, ecologies and epidemiologies. This interconnectedness highlights challenges and opportunities for more effective malaria control across the region.
A consequence of a warming world is prolonged dry spells and periods of drought that can lead to infectious diseases like cholera.
Detailed field notes can help researchers track down rare species.
Why is Rwanda getting involved in Mozambique? What does the country stand to gain?
Rwanda’s military intervention in Mozambique’s war against Islamic insurgents has included a request that Mozambique rein in Rwandan opposition members on its soil
Species distribution data – or a lack thereof – can have a major bearing on how a country’s Key Biodiversity Areas and protected areas are designated.