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BOTSWANA: Safari operators alleviating AIDS crisis
22 February 2008 (IRIN ), Small charter planes fly tourists from all over the world to safari camps in Botswana's Okavango Delta, where they view wildlife by day and pay up to US$1,000 a night to stay in luxury lodges or rough it in five-star tents.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76897/BOTSWANA-Safari-operators-alleviating-AIDS-crisis
AFRICA: Political will needed to check hunger
21 February 2008 (IRIN ), The lack of political will to invest in agriculture has affected the chances of halving poverty and hunger in Africa by 2015, according to a senior United Nations official.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76869/AFRICA-Political-will-needed-to-check-hunger
GLOBAL: Countries respond to food price crisis
19 February 2008 (IRIN ), As global food prices continue to soar to new highs despite a record world harvest last season, governments in poor countries have begun exploring export bans, subsidies and price controls, among other measures to help the poor cope.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76835/GLOBAL-Countries-respond-to-food-price-crisis
AFRICA: New round in the GM crop debate
13 February 2008 (IRIN ), Once heralded as an environmentally friendly “silver bullet” in the fight against poverty and hunger, genetically-modified (GM) crops today generate huge controversy over their safety and impact.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76728/AFRICA-New-round-in-the-GM-crop-debate
SOUTHERN AFRICA: Thirty percent less maize by 2030
8 February 2008 (IRIN ), As global warming pushes temperatures up and droughts become more intense, the production of maize, southern Africa's staple food, could drop by as much as 30 percent in another two decades, according to a new study.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76652/SOUTHERN-AFRICA-Thirty-percent-less-maize-by-2030
GLOBAL: LifeStraw water purifier grows into family size
4 February 2008 (IRIN ), LifeStraw began when a young Danish graduate, whose family owned a small textile company, took a trip in the 1990s around Africa, where contaminated water claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year. Mikkel Vestergaard Frandsen started to think how he could put the family company to good use for the people of Africa. The result was LifeStraw, a cheap, portable personal water purifier, cited by Forbes Magazine in 2006 as “one of the 10 things that will change the way we live”.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76548/GLOBAL-LifeStraw-water-purifier-grows-into-family-size
GLOBAL: Good early nutrition can make you richer
1 February 2008 (IRIN ), Eating nutritious food at an early age will not only ensure a source of income as an adult but also better pay, according to a study published in the current issue of The Lancet, a leading British medical journal.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76527/GLOBAL-Good-early-nutrition-can-make-you-richer
GLOBAL: Doomsday seed vault for food security
31 January 2008 (IRIN ), Should a major catastrophe hit the planet, a doomsday seed vault deep in the Arctic ice will ensure that survivors never go hungry.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76507/GLOBAL-Doomsday-seed-vault-for-food-security
BOTSWANA: Extremely dangerous TB strain detected
21 January 2008 (IRIN ), Two cases of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) have been confirmed in Botswana, health officials said.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76348/BOTSWANA-Extremely-dangerous-TB-strain-detected
GLOBAL: Space gears up for climate change study
17 January 2008 (IRIN ), A record 17 satellites are to be launched in 2008 in the largest-ever concerted global effort to monitor the impact of climate change over the next few decades, according to the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), which is leading the initiative.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/76300/GLOBAL-Space-gears-up-for-climate-change-study

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