Michigan State University says it’s using a $5.8 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to find the causes and seek to prevent the death of children from bacterial diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.
A Wayne State University School of Medicine physician and researcher will convene a vital training workshop on childhood epilepsy in sub-Saharan Africa next month.
While most college freshmen are consumed with finals, selling back books and holiday plans, Morgan Fisher, 18, has added feeding and educating children in Africa to her end of semester to do list — by coordinating a massive Bands That JAM 4 Africa benefit concert to raise money to feed and educate children in Africa.
A merry-go-round that generates electricity to light a rural African schoolhouse is among the sustainability projects tackled this summer by a team of University of Michigan graduate students working with villagers in Liberia.
A riverboat loaded with passengers and fuel drums caught fire and capsized in southern Congo, and 200 people were feared dead, a survivor said Sunday. A local official confirmed the boat had tipped but said […]
Students from a school for pregnant and parenting teens will show off their green thumbs this summer at a prestigious conference in South Africa.