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Poverty impacts efforts to end child marriage, MPs say

by Cecilia Russell (Johannesburg)Thursday, September 29, 2022Inter Press ServiceJohannesburg, Sept. 29 (IPS) - Child marriage remains a scourge in many African countries — despite legislation and efforts by many, including parliamentarians, to keep girls in school and create a better future for them....

Nepalese government and UN agency seek investors for latest cash crop in eastern country

Growers see warning signsDespite the huge success of recent years, the major cardamom growers of Salakpur are not optimistic that the trend will continue. Moktan said yellowing leaves has been a warning sign for farmers for a few years now. In...

Black Sea exports are increasing, bringing global trade and food trust to the most vulnerable

Described as a "beacon of hope" by UN Secretary-General António Guterres at the plan's signing ceremony on July 27 in Istanbul, with representatives from Russia and Ukraine, the agreement has allowed nearly 240 ships to leave Ukrainian ports. with some 5.4 million tons...

Human Rights: ‘Trusting Trends’ in Retaliation Against Those Working With the UN Continues

For a third of the countries named in the report, individuals and groups have either refrained from collaborating, or only agreed to report anonymously, for fear of retaliation.“As shocking as this number is, many instances of retaliation go unreported,” Assistant Secretary-General for Human...

Climate action plans can help tackle injustice and inequality in African cities

As outlined in the IPCC's Africa chapter, Africa is highly vulnerable to climate risks. The continent comes out strongly in discussions of equity and equity, advocating low-carbon development without hampering economic growth. With their concentration of people and growth, African cities are...

Badly affected by climate change, villagers are creating their own forest

by Umar Manzoor ShahWednesday, September 28, 2022Inter Press ServiceSep 28 (IPS) - About a decade ago, Sheemanto Chatri, a 39-year-old farmer from India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, was reeling from fear. The unusual rainfall had washed away all the crops he had...