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Development through better nutrition: IAEA partners with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to tackle malnutrition
25 March 2015 | The Agency was recently joined in the struggle against malnutrition by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has entered into a Practical Arrangement (PA) with the IAEA. Read more»
IAEA Impact: More Bountiful Crops With Every Drop Using Drip Irrigation in Mauritius
24 March 2015 | Cauliflower, broccoli, sweet pepper and many other nutritious vegetables used to be expensive in Mauritius. This has all changed over the past few years, and local farms are now starting to supply the country's growing population and burgeoning tourism industry with fresh, locally grown produce. Read more»
Defeating malaria: IAEA and IDB support Sudan’s implementation of SIT
23 March 2015 | Given the success of SIT in the eradication of moths, screwworms, tsetse and fruit flies, the Government of Sudan is developing capacities suppress mosquitoes, together with the IAEA. Read more»
A high-water mark: IAEA observes World Water Day 2015
20 March 2015 | Water has always been and will remain the sine qua non for life on Earth—the biochemistry of every organism on the planet is based on water. Not only is it required to conduct photosynthesis in plants, and to nourish and sustain animal life, the presence of potable water is also critical to sustainable, socioeconomic development. Read more»
South African hospital offers improved cancer care and training to staff from across Africa
19 March 2015 | Improved cancer care and strengthened research and development capabilities are among the main results of South Africa’s collaboration with the IAEA over the last decades, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said at the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria. Read more»
IAEA Impact: Senegal Nears First Victory in Eradicating Tsetse Flies
17 March 2015 | After a four-year eradication programme including nuclear techniques, the Niayes region of Senegal is now almost free of the tsetse fly, which used to decimate livestock. Read more»

IAEA, Member States enhance import-export control of radioactive sources
16 March 2015 | As part of an ongoing interregional technical cooperation (TC) project , which is working toward an improved control of radioactive sources in the Mediterranean region, 30 participants from 18 Member States attended a meeting at the IAEA’s Vienna headquarters. Read more»

Healing, not harming: joining efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean to implement the International Basic Safety Standards in medical practice
16 March 2015 | A seminar—scheduled to take place from 23 to 27 March 2015 in Santiago, Chile—will gather national regulators and health authorities responsible for setting an appropriate frame to enable the safe use of radiation in the medical practice in the region to discuss the newest safety requirements established in the GSR Part 3. Read more»
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