09/28/2012 | Lilly Peel
Do you have a story to tell about climate change? Would you like to attend the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 18) in Doha, Qatar, to cover the events for TerrAfrica Green Radio? If the answer is yes, then read on!
03/15/2010 | Tania Ghosh
A new report claims that Nestlé's aid to developing countries is determined by commercial investments rather than poverty levels.
03/30/2007 | Panos London
In a bid to improve rural health, Zambia has announced the abolition of fees for using health clinics. Arnold Tutu visited the rural district of Chongwe to check on progress.
02/21/2007 | Ochieng' Ogodo
When the Kenyan government scrapped primary school fees, it was a step toward the United Nations' Millennium Development Goal of giving every child a primary school education by 2015.
02/21/2007 | Isobel Frye
South Africa's experience in employment and poverty mirrors a challenge faced by most developing countries: how to look after growing numbers of informal workers while enforcing neo-liberal economic policies.
12/21/2006 | Frederico Katerere
Mozambique once had a strong network of rural banks. Since the banking sector was privatised those numbers have dwindled, leaving people little option but to hide their savings and hope.
12/21/2006 | Muhammad Ishtiaq
Pakistan has embarked on poverty reduction strategies that do not include land reform – a thorny issue in a country where most farmland belongs to wealthy landowners.
10/18/2006 | Praful Patel
Responding to the World Bank's vice president for South Asia, Praful Patel, argues that the World Bank and Bangladesh are development partners – but that Bangladesh owns its anti-poverty plan.
03/27/2006 | Tharuka Dissanaike
Although small farmers in Sri Lanka have been granted free land for over 70 years, they are forbidden from selling it. Now the government is considering opening up the land market.
03/22/2006 | Ochieng' Ogodo
The Biosafety Protocol meeting in Brazil has concluded. But, as Ochieng' Ogodo reports, many African countries are concerned about their ability to implement the measures they've signed up to.