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AD227: Only one in three Tanzanians aware of climate change
Climate change in Tanzania: Most citizens who’ve heard of climate change say it’s making life worse. But most citizens have never heard of climate change. Read more
Bad weather in eSwatini: Citizens see more severe drought and floods, but almost half are not aware of climate change. Read more
In Mauritius, experience of discrimination or harassment is more common among Afro-Mauritians and Muslims. Read more
Namibia performs well on many gender-equality indicators, including gender representation in governance. Read more
For the first time in a generation, Zimbabweans will vote in presidential, parliamentary, and local government elections on July 30, 2018 without the name of Robert Mugabe at the top of the ballot. Read more
A l’instar de tous les pays de l’Afrique de l’Ouest, le Mali est frappé par un changement climatique très avarié. Read more
Threat to cocoa: Only half of Ivoirians are aware of climate change. Read more
AD220: Les Togolais soutiennent les revendications de l’opposition sauf la démission du président
Depuis août 2017, le Togo a connu une succession de marches de protestation et de soutien initiées respectivement par l’opposition et le pouvoir, chacun prétendant représenter l’opinion du peuple. Read more
Much of the rhetoric ahead of Mali’s national elections in July has focused on security and reunification in the face of a continuing armed rebellion in the North (Bekow, 2018). Perhaps less obviously, the stakes are also high when it comes to what... Read more
AD218: Water is a major worry for Ivoirians
La raréfaction de l’eau affecte plus de 40% de la population mondiale (PNUD), une proportion inquiétante qui risque de s’aggraver en raison de la consommation toujours croissante de l’eau et les changements climatiques. Ainsi, l’épuisement des ressources... Read more