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Indian vets partner with local authorities in Renk to treat livestock

Animal breeders in Renk had a recent scare when an outbreak of disease caused many of their livestock to suffer

“Livestock is life for us,” says Anyang Agou Adop, Executive Director of Renk county, in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state. “Our animals enable us to put food on the table, educate our children and make sure we have enough money to make ends meet,” he added. Animal breeders in Renk,…

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Africa’s energy opportunities under the spotlight as Russian energy gap widens (By Paul Sinclair)

African leaders are already moving to address European and global needs

By Paul Sinclair is VP of Energy for Africa Oil Week (www.Africa-OilWeek.com) As Europe seeks new sources of gas to ensure its energy security, can African markets fill in the Russian gap? While some countries are well poised to benefit from the potential economic windfall, others are lagging in terms…

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Partnerships for the people: UNMISS and humanitarians provide free medical checks to displaced community

This first-of-its-kind medical outreach provided thorough screenings to displaced persons above the age of 40

Health awareness—both physical and mental—has become even more important since the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world. Nobody is more aware of the need for every citizen in the world’s youngest country to take care of their overall wellbeing than peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan…

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Radisson Hotel Group commits to Net Zero by 2050

Radisson Hotel Group’s 2021 Responsible Business Report outlines its latest sustainability targets in line with its strategic five-year plan

Radisson Hotel Group (www.RadissonHotels.com) is making a strong commitment to decarbonize its business by setting ambitious emission reduction targets to be net zero by 2050, in line with the SBTi Net-Zero Standard, as the Group releases its 2021 Responsible Business Report. Building on its long heritage as a leading sustainable hotel…

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The Symposium of Episcopal of Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) will hold its 19th Plenary Assembly from 25th July 2022 to 1st August 2022 in Accra, Ghana

The SECAM is the association of Catholic Bishops of Africa, Madagascar and the Islands

The Symposium of Episcopal of Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) (www.SECAM.org), the association of Catholic Bishops of Africa, Madagascar and the Islands, will hold its 19th Plenary Assembly from 25th July 2022 to 1st August 2022 in Accra, Ghana (the Plenary Assembly of the Symposium is held every three…

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UN-Habitat helps build knowledge of climate change laws in Africa

Climate change requires deliberate and sustained action from both state and non-state actors to implement the Paris Agreement

Officials from national and local governments, civil society, academia, and the private sector from Malawi, Namibia and Zimbabwe are better equipped to make localised decisions to tackle climate change after participating in an event organised by UN-Habitat that discussed climate change law and research methodology. Climate change is the defining…

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Manchester City and TECNO Mobile Collaborate with Footballco to Identify Two Football Enthusiasts from the Field of Journalism

The collaboration with Footballco is an extension of last season’s association

Inspired by the success of last season, TECNO Mobile (www.TECNO-Mobile.com) and Manchester City FC have once again partnered with Footballco, in their pursuit to find two football enthusiasts from the media fraternity.  Footballco is the world’s largest football content creation and media strategists’ entity. As a part of this campaign,…

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WTO DG Okonjo-Iweala welcomes breakthrough on COVID-19 vaccine waiver

The European Union, India, South Africa and the United States is an essential element to any final deal

World Trade Organization Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala today warmly welcomed the breakthrough among four WTO Members on a waiver of the Trade-Related Intellectual Property agreement for the production of vaccines against the COVID-19 pandemic. “This is a major step forward and this compromise is the result of many long and difficult…

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Mauritius: Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Secretary-General meets Prime Minister to renew partnership in priority areas

Secretary-General Farisi underlined that discussions focused on strengthening the ongoing relationship and partnership between IORA and Mauritius and the way forward

The Secretary-General of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), Mr Salman Al Farisi, paid a courtesy call, this afternoon, on the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, at the Treasury Building, in Port-Louis. In a statement after the meeting, Secretary-General Farisi underlined that discussions focused on strengthening the ongoing relationship…

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Indian medical team currently in Mauritius to share expertise on COVID-19 treatment

The team is in Mauritius from 05 March to 12 March 2022 and will visit the New ENT Hospital as well as other hospitals and departments

The Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Kailesh Jagutpal, met a ten-member medical team from India comprising of doctors, nursing officers and specialists dealing with COVID-19 cases, today at the seat of the Ministry in Port-Louis. The team is in Mauritius from 05 March to 12 March 2022 and will…