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  • 02:52 Ghana: Breeding Palm Weevil Larvae

    Ghana: Breeding Palm Weevil Larvae

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    Nutritional security and income generation opportunities for rural communities are receiving further boost following a successful pilot project in the training of small holder farmers on how to breed palm weevil larvae, popularly called Akokono, in Akan,

  • 02:16 Egypt Government Downsizes Project With Dubai's Arabtec

    Egypt Government Downsizes Project With Dubai's Arabtec

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    Egypt has downsized a project with Dubai's Arabtec to construct 100,000 residential units instead of the original plan to build one million units. The UAE-based real estate company has been negotiating with the Egyptian government for the past year the te

  • 01:26 China-Rwanda Bamboo Project Profits Over 2,400 Women

    China-Rwanda Bamboo Project Profits Over 2,400 Women

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    China has been striving to ensure gender equity in its aid to foreign countries. In 2007, the Rwandan government requested China's technical assistance in bamboo planting and harvesting. Together the two governments launched a project that today benefits

  • 04:12 Beat AIDS Project Zimbabwe In Victoria Falls: Jan. 2015

    Beat AIDS Project Zimbabwe In Victoria Falls: Jan. 2015

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    To kick off 2015, the U.S. HIV Equal team traveled to Victoria Falls in January to work with the local BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe (BAPZ) team to test and photograph the people of Victoria Falls municipality and the surrounding rural villages. On this trip

  • 02:13 Half A Million People Benefit From The Takaful Income Support Project In Egypt

    Half A Million People Benefit From The Takaful Income Support Project In Egypt

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    Egypt is proud to have achieved its goal for the first wave of its new conditional cash transfer programs, known locally as Karama and Takaful. They reached half-a-million poor Egyptian families in March, and the program's performance to date has encourag