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Public Technologies: Pediatric Care & Treatment, Côte d'Ivoire By Team EGPAF | June 22, 2017 On Wednesday, May 30, 2017, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) organized a launch event for the UnitaidPoint-of-Care/Early Infant Diagnosis (POC/EID) project for the...
Public Technologies: The FrenchEmbassy offers financial aid to American institutions universities, libraries, bookstores, publishing houses, and other venues across the United States wishing to host French authors for readings, signings, and symposia. Don't miss the authors on...
Topix: The heavy rains drenching Ivory Coast since May have killed at least 15 people in the economic capital Abidjan and injured over two dozen, the government said on Wednesday. West Africa's rainy season, which lasts three to four months, regularly causes...
News24: The heavy rains drenching Ivory Coast since May have killed at least 15 people in the economic capital Abidjan and injured over two dozen, says the government. ......
Awoko: Tuesday 20 June is World Refugee Day, an important day for UNHCR, an organization faced with the challenge of solving refugee crisis around the world and at the same time trying to end statelessness. Members of Parliament, civil society groups as well as state...
Supersport: Coveted Ivory Coast international winger Nicolas Pepe has signed for Lille from their French top-flight rivals Angers, the two clubs confirmed on...
The Times of India: ABIDJAN, June 21 (Reuters) - Roads leading to Ivory Coast's major cocoa port of San Pedro have reopened after a week-long closure caused by heavy rains, the prime minister's office said on Wednesday. San Pedro, the West African country's second largest port,...
APO: Researchers predict that in 2030, Lagos, Cairo and Kinshasa will each have to cater for over 20 million people, while Luanda, Dar es Salaam and Johannesburg will have crossed the 10 million mark. By 2035, close to 30 million people could live in Lagos alone,...
Public Technologies: Both the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources of Ghana and the Minister of Health, Environment and Sustainable Development in Côte d'Ivoire made public statements to show support for the Initiative and commitment to work together with the cocoa industry...
The Daily Tribune: LOME — Clad in the apron of his trade, Bonaventure Boma chides employees while they take steaming baguettes out of the hot ovens that have helped make him “the king of bread” in Togo. From a modest background, Boma has spent 30 years kneading dough and now has...
Public Technologies: 20 June 2017 (Issued as received) - BANGUI / GENEVA (20 June 2017) - The Central African Republic (CAR) is witnessing an 'unsustainable' situation amid the spread of armed groups and increasing human rights violations, and the government must act now, a United...
Malaysian National News Agency: NAIROBI, June 20 (BERNAMA-NNN-KBC) -- The AfricanDevelopment Bank (AfDB) aims to create 25 million jobs and positively impact a total of 50 million youth through the implementation of the Jobs for Youth in Africa (JfYA) Strategy covering the 10 years from...
The Times of India: ABIDJAN, June 19 (Reuters) - Heavy rains and scant sunlight last week in most of Ivory Coast's main cocoa regions led to flooding and soggy beans, harming the quality of the mid-crop, farmers said on Monday. Ivory Coast, the world's top cocoa producer, is in...
Newsweek: Nigerians agitating for the secession of Biafra or trying to whip up ethnic tensions in the country will be met with the “full force of the law,” according to the country’s vice-president. The WestAfrican country has witnessed a rise in pro-Biafra sentiment...