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GUINEA: Free childbirth unsustainable, say critics
11 November 2011 (IRIN ), Maternal mortality rates in Guinea have dropped significantly over the past two decades, but efforts to speed up progress on the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) to reduce maternal mortality by three-quarters by 2015 through a ban on childbirth fees, including for Caesarean sections, are stalling due to poor planning and lack of resources, say critics.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/94178/GUINEA-Free-childbirth-unsustainable-say-critics
WEST AFRICA: Sahel the danger zone for food insecurity
27 October 2011 (IRIN ), Erratic rains and high imported rice and wheat prices against a backdrop of chronic food insecurity and malnutrition in parts of the Sahel, will leave millions of people at risk of food insecurity, according to the latest crop assessments.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/94081/WEST-AFRICA-Sahel-the-danger-zone-for-food-insecurity
FOOD: Rumpus over GM food aid
18 October 2011 (IRIN ), Genetically modified (GM) food aid bound for Africa has long been a bone of contention among governments, scientists, activists, consumers and aid workers.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/93991/FOOD-Rumpus-over-GM-food-aid
WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA: Cholera thriving two years on
12 October 2011 (IRIN ), Three simultaneous cholera epidemics have affected 24 countries in West and Central Africa, with 85,000 infections and 2,466 deaths since the beginning of 2011, according to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/93949/WEST-AND-CENTRAL-AFRICA-Cholera-thriving-two-years-on
GUINEA-MAURITANIA: Worst forms of child labour still widespread
10 October 2011 (IRIN ), The law does not necessarily make much difference when it comes to child labour: In Guinea and Mauritania the worst forms of child labour persist despite it being banned by law, leading child protection experts to call for a better understanding of the dynamics behind it.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/93921/GUINEA-MAURITANIA-Worst-forms-of-child-labour-still-widespread
In Brief: Civil society studies West Africa "counter-terrorism plan"
9 August 2011 (IRIN ), Journalists and civil society members in West Africa analysed a “counter-terrorism plan” drawn up by the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) at a 4-5 August meeting in the Senegalese capital Dakar.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/93458/In-Brief-Civil-society-studies-West-Africa-counter-terrorism-plan
GUINEA: Nutrition finds a place in agriculture plan
7 July 2011 (IRIN ), The quality of a baby’s first solid food and teaching families about proper nutrition and hygiene are now part of Guinea’s agricultural investment strategy. Experts working on the 2011-2015 agriculture plan, to be finalized in the coming weeks, say the first-ever nutrition component stems from an increasing recognition that agriculture must be harnessed to improve nutrition and health.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/93169/GUINEA-Nutrition-finds-a-place-in-agriculture-plan
GLOBAL: Stillbirths could be halved
27 April 2011 (IRIN ), Preventing stillbirths can cost just US$2.32 per mother if governments, the private sector and international institutions adopt a package of 10 health interventions, rather than allowing stillbirths to be an almost invisible problem.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/92590/GLOBAL-Stillbirths-could-be-halved
FOOD: Home-grown nutrition research for Africa
21 April 2011 (IRIN ), A group of international academic institutions and an NGO backed by the European Union (EU) have launched Sustainable Nutrition Research for Africa in the Years to come, or SUNRAY, to develop a nutrition agenda for Africa, with specific emphasis on the 34 sub-Saharan countries.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/92550/FOOD-Home-grown-nutrition-research-for-Africa
AFRICA: Opposition building to Great Green Wall
8 April 2011 (IRIN ), What’s green, controversial, 15km wide, 7,775km long, cuts across 11 African countries and is designed to reduce livestock deaths and boost food security for millions of people? Nothing yet, but the Great Green Wall project, a pipe-dream for decades, was recently endorsed by a swathe of African states stretching from Senegal to Djibouti.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/92422/AFRICA-Opposition-building-to-Great-Green-Wall

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