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Papua New Guinea to Fight Pests, Improve Access to Cancer Care Under First Ever IAEA Project
4 March 2015 | Papua New Guinea, one of the IAEA's newest Member States, is getting ready to use nuclear techniques in agriculture, environmental monitoring and cancer treatment, the country's officials said. Read more»
Early Warning for Ebola: Strengthening Africa's Capacity to Anticipate Risk of Outbreaks
27 February 2015 | Experts in Africa will be able to better track and detect animal diseases that could eventually be transmitted to humans as a result of a new € 2.7 million IAEA project. Read more»
Project Design meeting to support participation of new Member States Brunei, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea in the 2016-2017 TC Programme
20 February 2015 | From 16-20 February 2015, a meeting was held at the Agency's Vienna HQ to provide the three new IAEA Member States (Brunei, Fiji and Papua New Guinea) with the expertise, knowledge and skills to design their new technical cooperation programme. Read more»
Strengthening national capabilities for medical response to radiation emergencies in Latin America: An example of successful cooperation with France
25 February 2015 | France continues its long-standing history of cooperation with the IAEA through its support of an ongoing regional technical cooperation project, which aims to strengthen national capabilities for response to radiological and nuclear emergencies in Latin American countries. Read more»

Member State contributions reinforce IAEA efforts to detect Ebola virus disease
23 February 2015 | Nearly a year has passed since the World Health Organization (WHO) reported a major outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Guinea. In the interim, the disease has reached epidemic proportions, reaching casualty rates of up to 70%, and claiming the lives of nearly 10,000 victims across Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and elsewhere. Read more»
A Changing World
20 February 2015 | Nuclear techniques are now being used in polar and mountainous regions to study climate change and its impact on land-water-ecosystem quality in order to better conserve and manage these resources. Read more»
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