Sub Saharan Africa
Researchers Project Sub-Saharan Africa Will Not Be Able to Feed Itself by 2050
Of the five major grains grown in the region (maize, millet, rice, wheat, and sorghum), maize is the most important in terms of yield and caloric value—but yields of the grain must be at least doubled in the coming decades if there is any hope of...
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We Investigate Zambia's Damaging Child Marriage Practice Tonight on VICELAND
We follow a 14-year-old Zambian girl through a pre-wedding ritual before she's taken out of school and married off to a 48-year-old man on tonight's episode of 'WOMAN' on VICELAND.
Sub-Saharan Africa Is in the Middle of a Decades-Old Snakebite Crisis
As production slows, the lack of antivenom will put up to 10,000 people in developing African countries at risk for fatal snake bites by June 2016—an Ebola-scale epidemic.
Time Is Running Out to Battle Climate Change for Africa's Food Supply
A study has taken the unusual route of producing a timeline of how and when climate change will adversely affect Africa’s ability to produce food.
Africa Is About To Fall Off An HIV Cliff
A new study finds that Sub-Saharan Africa needs fresh funding sources for HIV treatment and prevention, like yesterday.
Watch a Web-Exclusive Clip from Our Doc 'Countdown to Zero' About the Link Between HIV and Cervical Cancer
We sit down with former president George W. Bush, whose Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon alliance is dedicated to bringing women in Africa cancer treatment and preventative care.
The Search for a Women's Condom Alternative That Could Prevent HIV
Researchers are trying to crack the holy grail of sexual health with an anti-HIV microbicide ring.
This Map Shows the Countries With the Lowest Internet Penetration
Researchers reveal an "archipelago of disconnection."
Fake Malaria Pills Could Cause an Epidemic
Fake antimalarial pills sold on the black market have helped create a drug resistant malaria strain. We look at who's selling them and the problems they're causing.