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To the Origins: How Did Early Humans Survive in African Rainforest?

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According to powerful evidence from an archaeological site in south-west Kenya Humans found at Kanjera South, humans were thriving and living on open grassland in Africa as early as 2 million years ago. They made stone tools and used them to butcher animals. It has long been since humans were only able to colonize rainforests […]

How Do People Impact on the Rainforest

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Some things you can do as a consumer to help preserve the rainforest As a consumer, the best one can do is to utilize products that can be recycled. This way, the demand for raw products from the rainforests falls significantly. For example, we can choose to use solar energy that is renewable rather than […]

Unemployment and Poverty in Algeria

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International co-operation and encourage the respect for rights and freedom of individuals. The United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs (UNDESA) strives to promote employment creation in different parts of the world agenda of norm-setting, data analysis, and capacity building. The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has also been effective over the years in […]

7 things you don’t know about witchcraft in Africa

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Although Heidi Holland will probably be known for her eye-opening book Dinner with Mugabe in the years to come, she also left a mark in several other aspects that make Africa a distinctive country, including magic and witchcraft. Such traditions, while based on non-scientific information, is an irreplaceable part of the African culture and should […]

Effects of climatic change on food security

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Over two decades ago, millions of people had been raised out of food shortage; as well the frequency of malnutrition has notably been decreasing. However, several other millions still languish in poverty. The most notable effects of climate change include rising food insecurity and malnutrition.  Climate change has been the cause behind increasing risks of […]