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Archaic Law Hindering HIV Prevention In Namibian Prisons

A 30-year-old law in Namibia banning male-to-male sex is coming in the way of condom distribution in the country's prisons and hindering HIV prevention efforts, according to HIV/AIDS advocates.// Government officials hold the view that condom distribution would promote sex between men, which is ...

Eleven Veterinary Students Win Top Awards at Morris Animal Foundation's Annual Research Competition

...tie) Samantha Haskins, University of Illinois D07ZO-647 : "Do Immune Responses to Helicobacter Change Over Time in Captivity in Wild-Caught namibian Cheetahs?" Michelle Madonia, University of Illinois D07ZO-610 : "Wildlife-Human Interactions and Zoonotic Disease in Kabarole District, Ug...

Safe Sex and Good Sex is the Talk of AIDS Conference

...right to enjoy sex is not something that is covered in many intervention programmes," a paper from Britain's Institute of Development Studies quoted a namibian woman as saying. "How do we expect young women to understand the importance of consensual sex and negotiating skills if education is only limite...

Campaigners and Health Officials Fight Against Polio in Namibia

...accination campaign to fight polio. // This campaign would cost 395 million namibian dollars, said Kalumbi Shangula, permanent secretary in the health ministry.... people have been affected by the outbreak in the southern African country. namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba, asked the people to actively participate in ...

Polio On the Rise in Namibia

...aid. Unicef spent N$2,1 million (US$312 000) to buy and airfreight the vaccine. The first round of the State-sponsored drive to immunize every namibian against polio will take place for three days starting from June 21. This was planned keeping in mind the fact that those infected so far were mostly o...

India To Set Up A Faculty In Namibia

...sday by visiting Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma in the namibian capital Windhoek. Sharma is in Windhoek to attend the South African D... The inaugural session of the SADC Consultative Conference was opened by namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba Wednesday. Sharma discussed an entire ...
Namibian in Biological News

Jellyfish dominate fish in over-harvested Namibian waters

By sampling sea life in a heavily fished region off the coast of Namibia, researchers have found that jellyfish have actually overtaken fish in terms of the biomass they contribute to this ocean region. The findings represent a careful quantitative analysis of what's been called a "jellyfish explos...

Anammox bacteria produce nitrogen gas in oceans' snackbar

... Scalindua sorokinii, which was recently discovered in the Black Sea (Kuypers et al., 2003 Nature 8 April). Like their relatives in the Black Sea, the namibian anammox bacteria contain unique ladder molecules (Damsté et al., Nature 17 October 2002) in the membrane surrounding a special prokaryotic organel in ...

Scientists journey to southern Africa to unravel the secret world of elephant communication

...nd many other species gather day and night to drink or bathe during the dry namibian summer. To avoid disturbing this remarkable parade of wildlife, and to p...e began her work at Mushara. "I started doing research on elephants for the namibian Ministry of Wildlife and Tourism," she recalls. "I was looking for ways to ...
Namibian in Biological Definition

Cell growth

...me giant bacteria and protozoa that are visible to the naked eye. See: Table of cell sizes - Dense populations of a giant sulfur bacterium in namibian shelf sediments - Large protists of the genus Chaos , closely related to the genus Amoeba Cell reproduction The process of cell reprod...
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