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Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?
28 Sep 2015

Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?

Researchers investigating that question have gone back and forth over the years, a game of scientific pingpong that has divided the medical community and cell-phone users into two camps: those who think we should stop worrying so much about cell-phone radiation, and others who think that there’s enough evidence to warrant some cautionary advice.

Lower oil prices won’t boost global growth, says Moody’s Euro area weakness and Chinese slowdown to offset benefits of cheaper energy
15 Feb 2015

Lower oil prices won’t boost global growth, says Moody’s Euro area weakness and Chinese slowdown to offset benefits of cheaper energy

Lower oil prices won’t boost global growth, says Moody’s.Euro area weakness and Chinese slowdown to offsetbenefits of cheaper energy.

Gambia: Senegal Reduces Fuel By D8.60 Per Litre
25 Dec 2014

Gambia: Senegal Reduces Fuel By D8.60 Per Litre

Senegal's Energy Minister Maimouna Ndoye Seck announced on Friday 19 December 2014 the reduction of fuel prices and prices of other essential items such as gas, rent, rice, flour, and millet, in the country to alleviate economic pressure on citizens.

Universal Health Coverage: A Smart Investment
15 Dec 2014

Universal Health Coverage: A Smart Investment

"100 million people fall into poverty each year to pay for health care."

African civil society: strong advocacy agenda on land issues
15 May 2016

African civil society: strong advocacy agenda on land issues

Addis Ababa, 25 April 2016 - The Land Policy Initiative - Civil Society Organizations (LPI-CSO) Platform  organized a two-day workshop to validate thematic papers that will form the basis of an advocacy agenda for the LPI-CSO working groups. The workshop was a side event to the High Level Forum on United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management, held in Addis Ababa under the theme “Good land governance for the 2030 Agenda”.

Universal health coverage post-2015: putting people first
15 Dec 2014

Universal health coverage post-2015: putting people first

Dec 12, 2014 marks the world's first Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day. Defined in the World Health Report 2010, UHC means that all people who need quality, essential health services (prevention, promotion, treatment, rehabilitation, and palliation) receive them without enduring financial hardship.

PANEL: Developing and Implementing Land Policies and the Role of Local Authorities
13 May 2015

PANEL: Developing and Implementing Land Policies and the Role of Local Authorities

The role of Indigenous leaders and local authorities for policy implementation: AFRICA DAY.

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