Tanzania is still failing to protect its children who live with albinism

Simon Ngalomba, University of Dar es Salaam There is no doubt that educational access worldwide has improved in the past two decades. This has been driven by the launch in 1990 of the United Nations’ Education for All global initiative. By 2011 there were more than 136 million children enrolled in schools compared with just …

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Africa News Headlines for 19 April 2015

Zanzibar University hosts Islamic Epistemology Conference Source Daily News Gabon receives EU funding for air surveillance of its protected areas Source: StarAfrica What has Nigeria done to stop Boko Haram? Source: Gulf News Lowered expectations for Ghana’s Hope City? Source: Aljazeera America Wildlife and gold trade worth over 1bn fuel war in DRC Source: BizNews.com …

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Africa News Headlines for 14 January 2015

Tanzania bans witch doctors to curb albino killings but ‘ghost’ persecution continues in Africa Source: International Business Times Study estimates 153,000 sex workers active in South Africa Source: Health-e Why Dumping Local Diet For Foreign Cuisine Is Dangerous For Africa Source: Ventures Africa How slow is South Africa‚Äôs internet speed, as per world rankings? Source: …

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