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Global funds back desert solar to bring power to 250 million Africans

Author: Soila Apparicio | Climate Change News | Published on 31/05/2018, 11:48 am | Desert to Power project aims to expand solar power across the Sahel region, where electricity access remains critically low A quarter of a billion Africans could be provided with solar power from the desert, claim organizations behind a new partnership in the Sahel region. The Desert to …

Bill Gates throws new weight and cash into climate fight

Author: Sara Stefanini | Climate Change News | Republished on January 24, 2019 |   In back-to-back events this week, the billionaire launched projects to slow global warming and limit the damage it causes   The billionaire philanthropist known for his work on global health and development threw new weight and money behind efforts to limit global warming …

INDESEEM INCORPORATED Opens National Office in Monrovia, Liberia

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 26, 2018 INDESEEM Incorporated Liberia has recently opened our national head office in Monrovia, Liberia. INDESEEM Incorporated is a not-for-profit research, development, and education corporation base in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Our vision is to enhance partnerships for development to provide evidence-based technical and non-technical services to assist our …

Aligning needs with solutions: Data-driven agricultural innovation for Vietnam’s farmers

In many ways, technology, including information and communication technology (ICT), has made our lives easier and helped solve many of society’s challenges. But how do we make sure that ICT lends itself as well to help those who grow our food?

More cassava for less time

By Maria Eliza Villarino | Apr 5, 2018 Cassava has a relatively long growth cycle compared to other important crops. It takes an average of 10-12 months — sometimes up to 24 months! — for farmers to harvest the roots; maize, rice, and potato’s growth cycles span less than a third of that. In other words, farmers can …

US-Based NGO Commit to Transforming Education in Liberia

By Jackson F. Kanneh | March 19, 2018|Front Page Africa Online Klay District Bomi County – The CEO and founder of US-based educational NGO More Than ME (MTM) says her organization’s priority in Liberia is to help the government improve the education sector of the country. Katie Meyler made the pronouncement Thursday, March 15 at a …

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