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The droughts in Ethiopia and Botswana in 1985 and 1986 respectively are often cited as examples of media salience in humanitarian aid.India Needs All the Help It Can Get to Fight COVID-19, But Who Does Humanitarian Aid Really Serve?|Debasish Roy Chowdhury|May 21, 2021|Time
Anthrax and bacterial infections had been ruled out in the new deaths and “further laboratory analysis is ongoing,” Botswana’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks reported in a March 24 news release.Elephants are dying in droves in Botswana. Scientists don’t know why|Tawanda Karombo|May 14, 2021|Science News
With an estimated 100,000 elephants, Zimbabwe has the second biggest elephant population in Africa after its neighbor Botswana.Zimbabwe is selling the right to shoot as many as 500 elephants|Farai Shawn Matiashe|May 5, 2021|Quartz
The Kalahari is a huge expanse of desert in southern Africa, stretching across Botswana and into the northernmost part of South Africa’s Northern Cape province.Recent research from South Africa is redefining our timeline of human evolution|Wendy Khumalo|April 4, 2021|Quartz
These elephants face a large variety of threats, many of which were considered as Botswana tried to figure out what had happened to the elephants who died unexpectedly this year.More than 350 elephants died in Botswana, and we may finally know why|Kat Eschner|September 24, 2020|Popular-Science
The long-term project will also include a ramped-up security effort in Botswana for its new citizens.
Botswana has become a haven of sorts for endangered animals.
If the rhinos are instead driven to Botswana, travel time could be up to 48 hours.
The 13,000-person strong anti-poaching Botswana Defense Force protects the animals in a country.
The aircraft stops once to clear South African customs, then flies on to Botswana.
British Dictionary definitions for Botswana
Cultural definitions for Botswana
Republic in south-central Africa, bordered on the south by South Africa, the west by Namibia, the north by Angola and Zambia, and the northeast by Zimbabwe; formerly called Bechuanaland. The capital and largest city is Gaborone.