African Energy Chamber
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Negotiating for a better future: Why the good or bad of Russia’s presence in Africa will rely on the continent’s ability to make better deals

Deal-making is what will shape the future of Russia-Africa relations and will tell whether Russia’s renewed influence in the continent is good or bad for its people

By African Energy Chamber Russia’s return to Africa has been the subject of wide media coverage, governmental concerns and civil society reactions in recent weeks, especially as Sochi gears up to host the first ever Russia-Africa Summit next week. Most commentators have come from Europe and North America to voice…

Source: World Health Organization (WHO) |

WHO and the Nigerian government collaborate to curtail child mortality in the country

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) and iCCM are the key child survival thrust being used by the Nigerian Government

In Njediko community of Niger state, Mrs Aishatu Usman says, “Without this care, where would we go to when our children are sick since there is no hospital nearby?”. Mrs Usman is one of the caregivers that recently benefited from the WHO-Federal Government integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) project that…

Source: African Development Bank Group (AfDB) |

Prepare for the agriculture of tomorrow, African Development Bank President challenges high school students at global symposium

This year, 450 exceptional high school students from 10 countries attended the three-day Global Youth Institute hosted by the World Food Prize Foundation

Young people from around the world gathered in Des Moines Iowa at the Global Youth Institute (https://bit.ly/2wdqQ0H) on Thursday to interact with Nobel and World Food Prize laureates. This year, 450 exceptional high school students from 10 countries attended the three-day Global Youth Institute (https://bit.ly/2wdqQ0H) hosted by the World Food…

Source: Pan African University, the Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES) |

Call for Application: Rector and Vice Rector at Pan African University based in Yaoundé, Cameroon

PAU is a continental academic and research institution created by the African Union consisting of five (5) thematic Institutes hosted by existing institutions

The African Union Commission (AU.Int/en/commission) wishes to invite qualified and eligible applicants for the positions of Rector and Vice Rector of the Pan African University (PAU) in Yaoundé, Cameroon. PAU is a continental academic and research institution created by the African Union consisting of five (5) thematic Institutes hosted by existing…

Source: Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA) |

Canon, during its first participation in West Africa Digital Construction 2019, invited visitors to experience the latest innovations in printing

Canon presented its recent innovations and portfolio of products and services, including a selection of digital print solutions that benefits the construction industry in the most efficient, secure and economical manner

Canon (www.CanonCNA.com), world-leader in imaging solutions participated in the recent West Africa Digital construction, the event was held over the past two days in Lagos. At the event Canon presented to government entities and construction companies some of its key applications of the TX series and the TM series which…

Source: Private Equity Africa (PEA) |

Private Equity Africa congratulates 2019 Awards Winners

The accolades were presented at the 8th Annual PEA Awards Gala Dinner on 9th October, 2019

Private Equity Africa (PEA) (www.PEAfricaGroup.com) is excited to congratulate the winners of its 8th Annual Awards. The accolades were presented at the 8th Annual PEA Awards Gala Dinner on 9th October, 2019. The dinner was hosted at the luxurious 5-Star Dorchester Hotel and attended by leading industry participants. The final…

Nestlé
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Iron Deficiency Undermines the Lives of Millions in Africa – Isn’t it time we do more to end it? (By Rémy Ejel, Market Head for Nestlé CWAR Ltd.)

Iron, a key nutrient to develop children’s brains and help adults live productive lives, is acutely lacking in people’s diets

By Rémy Ejel, Market Head for Nestlé CWAR Ltd. Document link: http://bit.ly/2OWpbEC There is an African proverb that says: “Your food is supposed to be your medicine and your medicine is supposed to be your food.” Yet millions of people on the continent are not living their lives to the fullest…

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Oil Industry and Civil Society Congratulate “Africa Oil Man of the Year” Macky Sall on Taking Bold Steps to Develop Senegal’s Hydrocarbons Industry

The award is a recognition of Macky Sall’s work and the efforts of his government to boost the development of Senegal’s economy

The African and global energy sector is rallying behind Macky Sall’s efforts to develop his country’s oil & gas industry, which are positioning Senegal as a new energy hub in Africa. Such efforts and achievements are being celebrated this week as the President of Senegal receives the Africa Oil Man…

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    • Elvis Akewe, Nigeria, Shot in Delta State Nigeria I went to a local palm oil processing place. I was thrilled at the scene the local women were working hard to make palm oil of palm fruit so I sat with them learnt the process and took a shot
    • Rich Allela, Kenya, A portrait of the magnificent Turkana tribe from Northern Kenya. The main source of livelihood for the Turkana is fishing. The women wear beautiful neckpieces handmade using beads
    • Lanre Adesoye, Benin, The model is Mohammed, a friend, and the photo was taken on our outing to the beach. With this photo I intend to pass the message of Hope. No matter how downtrodden you might feel because of the waves (obstacles) in sight, be still and trust that there is a calm after the storm
    • Habib Zakawanu Onoruoyiza, Nigeria, The spider looks amazing in it's spider web, that's a shelter for the spider
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DRINNNGGGGG!! Nearly 20,000 Likes over 15 Countries, TECNO#CAMON12#CtheWorld Best Photography Campaign Is in Full Swing

The best photographic work will win the opportunity to be in National Geographic, the most leading influence and authority magazine in global photography

Global premier mobile phone brand TECNO Mobile (www.TECNO-Mobile.com) first launched the new smartphones CAMON 12 series with upgraded camera in Africa last month and kicked off #CAMON12#CtheWorld Best Photography Campaign. The best photographic work will win the opportunity to be in National Geographic, the most leading influence and authority magazine…

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    • ( L-R : Hiroyuki Takano - Vice President of Canon Europe , Somesh Adukia - RSO Director of Canon Central and North Africa , Roman Troedthandl - Managing Director of Canon Central and North Africa , Yuichi Ishizuka-President & CEO of Canon Europe , Yasser El Farra - Managing Director of Tenaui Africa Limited , Stefano Zenti - Executive Vice President of Canon Europe, visiting the Canon partner showroom in Lagos Nigeria
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Canon Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) President & CEO visit to Nigeria reaffirms the Group's desire to continue its development in West Africa

Nigeria, identified as one of the largest African economies, particularly in the film industry, is one of the significant countries for Canon

Yuichi Ishizuka, President and CEO of Canon Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) (www.Canon.com), a global provider of imaging technologies and services, continues his regional tour in Africa and travels to Nigeria after visiting Kenya, Egypt and Morocco earlier this year. This visit, during which Yuichi Ishizuka will meet with…