African Bicycle Contribution Foundation Convenes its Sixth Distribution of Free Ghanaian-Made Bamboo Bicycles, this time in Sunyani West, Ghana

Sunyani West District, Ghana, Dec. 14, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bernice Dapaah, founder of the bicycle manufacturing company, GBBI, participated in the event after recently returning from a successful three-city tour in the U.S., and a trip to London, with

"African Bicycle Contribution Foundation Convenes its Sixth Distribution of Free Ghanaian-Made Bamboo Bicycles, this time in Sunyani West, Ghana"

Security Council pledges support for regional push to revive South Sudan’s peace pact

As the brutal conflict in South Sudan enters its fifth year, the United Nations Security Council on Thursday said it remains deeply concerned over the situation there, and expressed strong support for a regional initiative aimed at salvaging a 2015 …

"Security Council pledges support for regional push to revive South Sudan’s peace pact"

Record temperatures, refugee wishlists, and a grim anniversary for South Sudan: The cheat sheet

Every week, IRIN’s team of specialist editors scans the humanitarian horizon to curate a reading list on important and unfolding trends and events around the globe:

War without end

Few anniversaries offer less cause for celebration than that marked today …

"Record temperatures, refugee wishlists, and a grim anniversary for South Sudan: The cheat sheet"

KENYAN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS HAMPERED BY PERCEIVED HIGH PESTICIDE RESIDUE

NAIROBI, Kenya’s exports of agricultural products are being greatly hampered by perceived high levels of pesticide residue in crops destined for key markets, says the Cabinety Secretary (Minister) for Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Amina Mohamed.

Limited phytosanitary data have …

"KENYAN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS HAMPERED BY PERCEIVED HIGH PESTICIDE RESIDUE"