What makes you decide if an idea - which could affect the way you do your work - is worth considering? Does it depend solely on the idea itself, or the degree to which you trust and respect the person who explains it? For scientists with . . .
The continuous preference for the introduction of exotic breeds into developing countries is putting the existence of many indigenous breeds at risk. And yet, through better breeding programmes, traditional livestock can . . .
Southern Mozambique - a region devastated by floods earlier this year and yet, with the help of development funds, bridges that were washed away are already being rebuilt. In the north of the country . . .
With the increase in population and in garbage production, Lusaka's shantytowns are gradually becoming engulfed with waste. But the community members of Ng'ombe, a sprawling compound in Lusaka with over 50,000 people, have . . .