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Report: Excess Water Found In Lungs Of Sisters Found Dead

SEYCHELLES (CBS4) – New details have been released about the death of a Denver woman and her sister in a luxury hotel on an island off the eastern coast of Africa. 424 more words


Training and study tour widens adoption of livestock production technologies by farmers in Jimma zone

By Abule Ebro, Gemeda Dhuguma, Temsegen Minam and Yared Deribe

A combined knowledge sharing program, that included a study tour, skill-based training and livestock technology demonstration, was organized by staff of the Livestock and Irrigated Value chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES) project and the Jimma Zone livestock and fishery development offices (JZLFD) to raise the profile of livestock farming in Jimma. 471 more words


Industry Insight: The British Council Report on Creative Industries in East Africa

Do you want to grasp your markets quickly?

This compact, easy-to-read report on the creative industries by the British Council offers a great overview of the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, of East African cultural markets, with examples and predictions.

Esther Clift’s African Blog Series; Part 3 'Palliative care'

Esther Clift is a Consultant Practitioner Trainee in Frailty with Health Education Wessex. This is the third part of a four part BGS blog series about her time in Africa. 380 more words


Sisters Found Dead In Hotel Room In Seychelles Were 'Kind, Generous'

By Melissa Garcia

SEYCHELLES (CBS4)– Police are investigating the untimely and mysterious deaths of two sisters, one from Denver, who were found dead inside their hotel room while vacationing abroad in Seychelles. 426 more words


Better Late Than Never

I had every intention of writing a blog post while I was in Uganda but by the time I remembered to write an update my trip was already over. 82 more words


A Dar es Salaam Tangy Taste

When I buy samosas in Canada, they come with tamarind chutney that is nothing compared with coconut chutney made with freshly grated coconut.

That’s what accompanied samosas I crunched in Dar es Salaam. 23 more words