by Beenish Ahmed Mar 24, 2015
“[T]oday is a somber day in Nigeria, as Chinua Achebe was laid to rest in his native village,” Ambassador Susan Rice tweeted, even though the literary great died two years ago.
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 4, 2015
Infection rates remained steady or increased under the abstinence only program.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 9, 2015
There's a lot of international aid dedicated to stopping the spread of HIV, but what role should domestic funding play?
by Jeff Spross Dec 9, 2014
Navigant Research anticipates that small-scale solar, wind, and other forms of electricity will increase from 87.3 gigawatts of capacity around the world in 2014 to 165.5 gigawatts in just nine years.
by Jeff Spross Nov 4, 2014
Lagging infrastructure has left many developing countries with high fossil fuel costs, making renewables and distributed solar a smart alternative.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 29, 2014
"He is a black man in a white man’s skin," Nathan Phiri, a bus driver, told Reuters.
by Tara Culp-Ressler & Joaquim Moreira Salles Oct 21, 2014
Africa is a big continent, and it's not all infected with Ebola.
by Ari Phillips Oct 19, 2014
34-year-old male northern white rhino Suni was one of only two breeding males left.
by Katie Valentine Oct 15, 2014
Over the next 26 years, sub-Saharan Africa will start to unlock its "vast renewable energy resources," according to the IEA.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 16, 2014
The world's malnourished population is declining, but too many people are still going hungry.