By | 3 May 2017

Journalists go to the most dangerous places to give voice to the voiceless. Media workers suffer character assassination, sexual assault, detention, injuries and even death. We need leaders to defend a free media. This is crucial to counter prevailing misinformation.And we need everyone to stand for our right to truth.On World Press Freedom Day, I… Read More »

Experts call for robust surveillance and coordinated approaches in tackling Fall armyworm (FAW) infestation

By | 28 April 2017

26 April 2017, Nairobi – Experts attending a technical meeting convened by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Nairobi to discuss the Fall armyworm infestation in Southern Africa in particular and the rest of Africa have called for robust monitoring of the pest in order to respond effectively. They include… Read More »

FAO partners with the African Union and NPCA to develop capacity to track progress on Malabo Road Map

By | 28 April 2017

Region holds training workshop on Malabo Reporting process within Southern Africa 24 April 2017, Johannesburg – Policy makers and government officials from across Southern Africa are meeting under the CAADP/Malabo Biennial Review and reporting mechanism to enhance skills on methods and tool to track and assess progress achieved in CAADP/Malabo  implementation and its impact on… Read More »