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What do you do?
Reporter, Producer, Researcher, Press Officer
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agriculture, health, climate change, sustainable development, poverty reduction, biotechnology
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A communication/ Information expert with international experience promoting social development, online sharing, online collaboration through use of web2.0 for Development. I have specialized in Humanitarian work, conflict resolution, climate change and research on cultural denominations.

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Drought Resistant crops can save Africa

Many African states especially those prone to droughts and famine should embrace drought resistant crops to avert food shortage. They can actually save lives.

This will not only increase yields but also boost in production of staple food should African governments be serious in supplying farmers in Arid and semi arid areas with free Sorghum and millet seeds. This issues would be a thing of the past especially in this era of prevailing climate- change conditions.



Posted on April 4, 2013 at 16:08 — 3 Comments

Social Injustice: Women In Dadaab Refugee Camp


Women living in Dadaab refugee camp bear the greatest brunt of inequality with regards to gender, sexuality, justice and representation.…


Posted on March 8, 2013 at 13:53

Pangs of Climate Change, Olonga'is story.

28 years ago, Olong’ai used to fetch 30 jerricans of water in 10 minutes. Today her daughters fetch only 15 jerricans for over 3 hours.

The river that used to be a habitat for eels, frogs and even crabs flowing rigorously with gurgle a few decades ago now flows once…


Posted on March 7, 2013 at 20:51 — 1 Comment

African women:Greatest Climate-change burden bearers

African women face the greatest effect of climate change, according to a report released by the UN. The report states that African women walk for miles across harsh terrain to find clean water sources, planting and harvesting crops through scarcity and drought. Climatic disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, and landslides, can separate families, exposing women to human trafficking, hunger, and loss of life in a matter of moments.

According to an annual symposium on Gender and Climate…


Posted on February 26, 2013 at 16:07

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At 19:05 on May 11, 2011, Manuel Meneses Namihira said…

Hi Nevill, 

Thank you for your message, climate change is not my area of expertise, but you can get in touch with Talli Nauman, an environmental journalist in Mexico. Her email is







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