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How resilient are global economies in the face of myriad challenges?

No aspect of life or part of the world is safe from the impact of climate change.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 8, 2024

Climate change: A human security threat

The impact of climate change is, particularly, severe on individuals, who are economically disadvantaged and have less resources to adapt and cope with its effects.
By Ignetious Banda Apr. 5, 2024

Banks maintain cautious optimism

Despite the local and global economic uncertainties, AFC Holdings said the outlook remained positive.
By Melody Chikono
 Apr. 5, 2024

WFP shifts focus to boosting resilience

In Annual Country Report 2023 — Country Strategic Plan 2022-2026 — WFP said the shift was key for rural development and localised food systems as well as their value chains.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 4, 2024

Unpacking climate change connudrum

Human activities reportedly caused greenhouse gases that are warming the world faster than ever in at least the last 2 000 years.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 1, 2024

Digital solutions for climate change-induced mental health impacts

Mental health can be referred to as a state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realise their abilities, learn well
By Peter Makwanya Apr. 1, 2024

Experts call for global cooperation on Batoka project

However, as southern Africa has been experiencing diminishing water levels and rising temperatures over the years, the viability of the BGHPS project is under threat.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 31, 2024

Unicef launches climate change campaign

Despite this little attention has been given to impacts of climate change on children. As of today, only 2,4 % of Multilateral Climate Funds globally is set aside for children and young people.
By Style Reporter Mar. 27, 2024

‘45m children at high risk of climate change-induced diseases’

Unicef regional director for eastern and southern Africa, Eva Kadilli, said the climate change crisis is a real threat to children through disease outbreaks and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 27, 2024