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WEST AFRICA: Region among the world’s hungriest
14 October 2008 (IRIN ), The 2008 Global Hunger Index (GHI) says sub-Saharan African countries have the highest level of hunger in the world, with Niger, Sierra Leone and Liberia experiencing “extremely alarming levels of hunger,” however, this is still an improvement over 1990 levels.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80912/WEST-AFRICA-Region-among-the-world-s-hungriest
WEST AFRICA: Voices from exile
13 October 2008 (IRIN ), The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, has appealed to international donors not to cut back on aid to humanitarian programmes amid a global financial crisis that has shuttered financial institutions in rich countries. At the conclusion of UNHCR’s annual meeting in Geneva from 6-10 October, Guterres said refugees remain the most vulnerable victims of the global economic fallout.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80892/WEST-AFRICA-Voices-from-exile
AFRICA: ‘Sexually-transmitted grades’ kill quality education
10 October 2008 (IRIN ), Sexual exploitation in African schools has become so widespread that children have come up with their own terms to refer to sexual relations with their teachers. From ‘Sexually Transmitted Grades’ to ‘BF’, or bordel fatigue, which refers to exhaustion from multiple sexual activities with teachers, this slang hints at the prevalence of exploitation in Africa’s learning environments.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80851/AFRICA-Sexually-transmitted-grades-kill-quality-education
GLOBAL: "Hot topic" - special journal issue on climate and migration reviewed
29 September 2008 (IRIN ), The October issue of the Forced Migration Review (FMR), a journal published three times a year by Oxford University's Refugee Studies Centre, is a 38-article buffet on climate change and displacement, a “hot topic” according to Jean-Francois Durieux, a lecturer at the centre.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80646/GLOBAL-Hot-topic-special-journal-issue-on-climate-and-migration-reviewed
AFRICA: Call to ban cluster bombs
29 September 2008 (IRIN ), Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu called cluster munitions "an abomination whose manufacture and use should not be tolerated by any government", amid calls for African countries to do more to ensure the weapons are banned.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80655/AFRICA-Call-to-ban-cluster-bombs
GLOBAL: Charity coffers face credit crunch
26 September 2008 (IRIN ), With the US going through the most significant financial restructuring since the great depression, international aid agencies and NGOs have reason to be wary, observers said.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80602/GLOBAL-Charity-coffers-face-credit-crunch
GLOBAL: Leadership determines AIDS performance
25 September 2008 (IRIN ), As South Africa prepared to swear in a new president on 25 September after the dramatic ousting of Thabo Mbeki four days before, attempts by commentators to summarise the former president's mixed legacy have not failed to mention his controversial stance on AIDS.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80597/GLOBAL-Leadership-determines-AIDS-performance
GLOBAL: Govts urged to recognise the right to affordable food
23 September 2008 (IRIN ), The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food has called on governments to draw up national laws obliging them to take action when there is a threat of famine or food insecurity.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80549/GLOBAL-Govts-urged-to-recognise-the-right-to-affordable-food
WEST AFRICA: Mixed report card in 2008 corruption index
23 September 2008 (IRIN ), Nine West African countries shot up while nine others sank lower in the 2008 Transparency International (TI) ranking of perceptions of corruption in 180 countries.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80552/WEST-AFRICA-Mixed-report-card-in-2008-corruption-index
AFRICA: Cervical cancer vaults to WHO priority list
22 September 2008 (IRIN ), With cervical cancer cases rising across Sub-Saharan Africa, and 80 percent of women diagnosed too late to stop the cancer’s deadly spread, the World Health Organization (WHO) is recommending screening and vaccination programmes throughout the region.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/80529/AFRICA-Cervical-cancer-vaults-to-WHO-priority-list

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