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WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA: Ending the silence on violence in schools
20 May 2010 (IRIN ), Bullying, sexual violence and corporal punishment are still rife in West and Central African schools, according to an 18 May report which calls on governments to harmonize laws on child protection and education, and impose stricter standards on schools to reduce violence.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/89201/WEST-AND-CENTRAL-AFRICA-Ending-the-silence-on-violence-in-schools
AFRICA: Plugging the technology gap with help from India
14 May 2010 (IRIN ), Investment in information technology can help Africa to improve governance, overcome poverty and deal with critical infrastructure gaps, taking India as an example, the co-chair of the World Economic Forum on Africa 2010 (WEF) said.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/89137/AFRICA-Plugging-the-technology-gap-with-help-from-India
PHOTOGALLERY: Haiti - Focus on the elderly
7 May 2010 (IRIN ), More than three months after the earthquake, aid workers say elderly people in Haiti are not receiving the attention they need. HelpAge International says special attention must be paid to older people - not just to their health needs but also to the unique contribution they could make to the relief effort and society.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/89053/PHOTOGALLERY-Haiti-Focus-on-the-elderly
WEST AFRICA: Funding shortfall threatens measles campaign
26 April 2010 (IRIN ), Sixteen countries in West and Central Africa are short of around US$16 million to reach the $39 million needed to run measles prevention campaigns in all of them this year, say the World Health Organization (WHO) and UN Children's Fund (UNICEF).
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88934/WEST-AFRICA-Funding-shortfall-threatens-measles-campaign
GAMBIA: Urban centres under strain as farmers flee
23 April 2010 (IRIN ), Cash-strapped farmers in Gambia are flocking to towns and cities because of erratic rains in 2009 and the fact that a recently reformed system of extending loans to farmers is still not working, say NGOs and farmers.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88914/GAMBIA-Urban-centres-under-strain-as-farmers-flee
SENEGAL: Koranic students kept in "slave-like" conditions - HRW
15 April 2010 (IRIN ), Hundreds of religious leaders running Koranic schools in Senegal are keeping their students in “slave-like” conditions, forcing them into exploitative labour through begging on the streets and keeping them in deplorable living conditions, says US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a new report.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88828/SENEGAL-Koranic-students-kept-in-slave-like-conditions-HRW
AFRICA: Donors spend more for health, governments less
8 April 2010 (IRIN ), In Africa government spending on health care, as a percentage of national expenses, rose just 0.3 percent from 2001 to 2007, while donor funding of the sector during the same period increased from 15.3 to 20.1 percent, according to a review of 52 African countries’ health spending by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88735/AFRICA-Donors-spend-more-for-health-governments-less
GLOBAL: Hunt for sleeping sickness drug continues
1 April 2010 (IRIN ), Scientists from the UK and Canada have identified drug compounds to cure a fatal parasitic disease found in sub-Saharan Africa commonly known as sleeping sickness.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88644/GLOBAL-Hunt-for-sleeping-sickness-drug-continues
WEST AFRICA: Rice versus vegetables
1 April 2010 (IRIN ), Rice may still be a symbol of food security across Africa, but the cereal does little to boost nutrition, unlike vegetables, according to the India-based International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT).
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88650/WEST-AFRICA-Rice-versus-vegetables
AFRICA: Rice is nice but not for long
25 March 2010 (IRIN ), The organizers of a week-long African Rice Congress in Bamako, capital of Mali, say African countries can decrease hunger and save millions of dollars if they wean themselves off rice imports and increase local production, but experts favour a "drastic" move away from rice to native grains.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/88564/AFRICA-Rice-is-nice-but-not-for-long

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