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As more go hungry and Malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in Doubt

July 14, 2020 12:30 PM
As more go hungry and Malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in Doubt

  More people are going hungry, an annual study by the United Nations has found. Tens of millions have joined the ranks of the chronically undernourished over the past five years, and countries around the world continue to struggle with multiple forms of malnutrition. The latest edition of the State […]

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WHO urges strong COVID-19 Safety Measures as African countries to resume Air Travel

July 3, 2020 12:15 PM
WHO urges strong COVID-19 Safety Measures as African countries to resume Air Travel

      As African countries begin to reopen borders and air spaces, it is crucial that governments take effective measures to mitigate the risk of a surge in infections due to the resumption of commercial flights and airport operations. Many African governments acted swiftly, implementing confinement and travel restrictions […]

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Two Citizens of Cameroon in Custody for Migrants Smuggling over Bosnia and Herzegovina

June 19, 2020 1:15 PM
Two Citizens of Cameroon in Custody for Migrants Smuggling over Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and partner police and security agencies discovered and documented the smuggling of migrants from Africa to EU countries, in the commission of which the perpetrators used ID documents and travel documents of the Republic of France and the Republic of Italy, which belonged to […]

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COVID-19 Pandemic Today reached a milestone in Africa with 100,000 Cases

May 23, 2020 12:00 PM
COVID-19 Pandemic Today reached a milestone in Africa with 100,000 Cases

  The COVID-19 pandemic today reached a milestone in Africa, with more than 100 000 confirmed cases. The virus has now spread to every country in the continent since the first case was confirmed in the region 14 weeks ago. Despite crossing this threshold, the pandemic, which has struck with such […]

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WHO: Up to 190 000 people could die of COVID-19 in Africa if not controlled

May 8, 2020 2:45 PM
WHO: Up to 190 000 people could die of COVID-19 in Africa if not controlled

    Eighty-three thousand to 190 000 people in Africa could die of COVID-19 and 29 million to 44 million could get infected in the first year of the pandemic if containment measures fail, a new study by the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa finds. The research, […]

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growinPresence of COVID‑19 in sub-Saharan Africa threatens the same Human Costs as elsewhere

April 15, 2020 2:45 PM
growinPresence of COVID‑19 in sub-Saharan Africa threatens the same Human Costs as elsewhere

  The growing presence of COVID‑19 in sub-Saharan Africa threatens the same human costs as elsewhere in the world. The economic costs could be just as devastating. Sweeping measures For their part, countries in sub-Saharan Africa are acting decisively, taking sweeping measures to halt the advance of the virus, with […]

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Debt Relief for the poorest Countries Critical in Fight against COVID-19

April 8, 2020 12:45 PM
Debt Relief for the poorest Countries Critical in Fight against COVID-19

  “COVID-19 is generating an unprecedented global economic crisis. And as we witness in all such crises, this economic destruction is cruelly and unequally distributed. “For the world’s poorest countries, the financial fallout caused by the pandemic, combined with debilitating debt-service obligations, are hampering their ability to prevent further transmission […]

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Number of confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Africa has risen to more than 10,000

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Number of confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Africa has risen to more than 10,000

  The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa has risen to more than 10 000 and caused more than 500 deaths. While the virus was slow to reach the continent compared to other parts of the world, infection has grown exponentially in recent weeks and continues to spread. Reaching […]

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Access to Finance: Why Aren’t Women Leaning In?

March 9, 2020 1:15 PM
Access to Finance: Why Aren’t Women Leaning In?

  As a girl, I was taught to believe that personal agency prevails over societal biases. I was told that I could accomplish anything if I believed in myself and that sexism was not insurmountable. Later, as a woman, I found out that my parents’ advice could not have been […]

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Importance of Investing in the Country’s Children and their Education

February 28, 2020 9:30 AM
Importance of Investing in the Country’s Children and their Education

  Across sub-Saharan Africa, a visit to a school offers both a vision of hope for the future, and a reminder of the difficulties in attaining that vision. My recent visit to Sierra Leone and Niger brought this duality into sharp focus, David Liptonwritess for the International Monetary Fund blog. […]

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