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Source: Global Africa Business Initiative |

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Leaders from global business, investment, government, sports, and the arts gathered in New York on Thursday, 21st September to mark the commencement of “Unstoppable Africa”. The event by the Global Africa Business Initiative (GABI) seeks to elevate Africa’s prominence in the global economy and position the continent as the premier…

Source: State House – Office of the President of the Republic of Seychelles |

Seychelles President attends meeting of the Committee of African Heads of State and Government on Climate Change (CAHOSCC)

The key objective of the meeting was to deliberate on the outcome of the Africa Climate Summit, held on 4 to 6 September in Nairobi, Kenya

The President of the Republic of Seychelles, Mr Wavel Ramkalawan is currently in New York attending the 78thUnited Nations General Assembly also had the opportunity to participate in various other key meetings and events relevant for Seychelles. As a member of the African Union (AU) and in his capacity Chairperson…

Source: The State House, Abuja |

Nigeria: We’ll Sustain Executive Legislative Fraternal Bond, Vice President (VP) Shettima tells Lawmakers

He assured the leadership of the National Assembly of the President’s avowed commitment to entrenching democratic ideals and values through collaborative partnership with all arms of government

Vice President Kashim Shettima has promised to use his position to continue to ensure unbreakable fraternal bond between the executive and the legislature, saying President Bola Ahmed Tinubu remains committed to safeguarding Nigeria’s democracy.  Accordingly, he assured the leadership of the National Assembly of the President’s avowed commitment to entrenching…

Source: Ministry of Information, Eritrea |

Eritrea: National Wheat and Maize conference concludes with tour of development sites

According to the attendees, holding similar conferences will significantly contribute to the revision of policies, enhancement of research initiatives and monitoring

A tour of development sites in the Southern Region marks the conclusion of the national wheat and maize conference, which began on September 20 at the Asmara Palace Hotel under the theme “Strong Effort to Ensure Improved Wheat and Maize Seeds.” Participants from Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Zambia, Ireland,…

Source: The State House, Abuja |

President Tinubu Congratulates Professor Amadi for Winning the 2023 Nigeria Prize for Science and Innovative Respiratory Technologies for Newborns

The winning innovations comprise a non-invasive Neonatal Ventilator, an Oxygen Delivery Blender System, and an Oxygen Splitter System, all powered by solar energy

President Bola Tinubu joins Nigerians, the academia, and the scientific community in congratulating Professor Hippolite Amadi for being awarded the 2023 edition of The Nigeria Prize for Science. The Advisory Board of The Nigeria Prize for Science on Thursday announced Professor Amadi’s novel scientific work on respiratory technologies for preserving…

Source: World Health Organization (WHO) - Ethiopia |

Northern Ethiopia - Public Health Situation Analysis (PHSA), 25 August 2023

The end of 2022 brought about peace and improved access in northern Ethiopia (Afar, Amhara and Tigray) with the signing of the cessation of hostilities agreement (COHA)

Conflict, internal displacement, socio-economic hardships, collapse of public services (education, health, etc.), and natural hazards, including disease outbreaks, recurrent floods, locust outbreaks, and consecutive droughts, have increased the humanitarian needs in Ethiopia in 2023. The end of 2022 brought about peace and improved access in northern Ethiopia (Afar, Amhara and…

Source: International Rescue Committee (IRC) |

International Rescue Committee (IRC) is calling for leaders to focus rebuild the momentum to protect those most at risk from tuberculosis at United Nations (UN) General Assembly

We support health systems worldwide responding to tuberculosis, diagnosing patients from South Sudan to Uganda to Chad to Thailand to Libya to Syria

As leaders convene at 2nd high-level conference on tuberculosis during the UN General Assembly 2023 on Friday, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) calls on member states and partners to focus on those most at risk to protect them, stop tuberculosis, ensure those infected receive effective treatment and rebuild the momentum…

Source: U.S. Embassy in Zambia |

Zambia: United States Supports Construction of Mukungule Community Resource Board Office

The program introduces environmentally friendly livelihoods, improves health and education services

The U.S. government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), supported the construction of a solar powered Mukungule Community Resource Board office in the Mukungule Game Management Area, located on the western boundary of the North Luangwa National Park. This is part of a $40 million (K800 million) conservation…

Source: World Health Organzation (WHO) - Zimbabwe |

Strengthening enhanced Gonococcal antimicrobial surveillance Programme (EGASP) implementation in Zimbabwe

The primary objective of the visit was to evaluate the implementation of EGASP in Zimbabwe using standard protocol and standard operating procedures (SOPs)

From June 19-21, 2023, a team from World Health Organization (WHO) Head Quarters with support from US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), namely, Dr. Ismail Maatouk and Ms. Phiona Vumbugwa, Ms. Venessa Maseko; from Center for HIV and STI National Institute for Communicable Diseases  South Africa visited…

Source: U.S. Embassy in Namibia |

On World Rhino Day, The United States (U.S.) Celebrates its Successful Conservation Partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Government of Namibia

Namibia is now home to the largest population of black rhino left on earth

The population of black rhinos declined dramatically in the 20th century at the hands of European hunters and settlers. Between 1960 and 1995, black rhino numbers dropped by a sobering 98%, to less than 2,500 individuals. Since then, the species has made a tremendous comeback from the brink of extinction.…