archives : September 2012

     

Cameroon - Tanzania
The Cameroonian Professor emeritus, Gottlieb Lobe Monekosso, former Minister of Public Health and Director of the World Health Organisation for Africa Region, has been honoured. In London, United Kingdom, he received the Gold medal of the prestigious “Queen Elizabeth II” competition. - Friday 21 September 2012


Mali
Civilians are bearing the brunt of the conflict in northern Mali, as Islamists continue their reign of terror against those they claim do not obey their laws. A report released on Thursday by Amnesty International has called for the "protection of civilians in strict compliance with international humanitarian and human rights law". - Friday 21 September 2012


Kenya
John Telwa is a kenyan of 28 years. He has decided to embrace one million women to be included in the record books. A crazy idea but he takes it very seriously. The young man has already filed his lips to those of 675 women. - Thursday 20 September 2012


Central African Republic - DR Congo - Uganda
Sudan and Uganda sent 2,500 men to fight against the LRA of Joseph Kony in the democratic Republic of Congo and in the Centraalfrican Republic. - Thursday 20 September 2012


Cameroon - Ivory Coast
While the European Champions League resumed its rights Tuesday night with the first day of the group stages, Wednesday was marked by the opening match of the title owner Chelsea, with its defensive midfielder, John Obi Mikel facing Juventus who was making his comeback in C1. Africans alternatines good and less good. - Thursday 20 September 2012


Kenya
A mass grave was discovered Tuesday in the district of Tena River in southeastern Kenya, where Orma and Pokomo two rival ethnic groups in Kenya are engaged in a battle since mid-August. Nearly a hundred people were killed in bloody clashes between the two groups compete for pasture and water points. - Wednesday 19 September 2012


France
Two appeal for demonstrations on Saturday against the anti-Islam film ’’Innocence of Muslims’’, have been published on social networks. The gathering of the movement "Do not touch my prophet" should move from "Trocadéro to reach the Place de la Concorde"", where is the Embassy of the United States. The same day, another demonstration is planned in Toulouse, Marseille and Lille. - Wednesday 19 September 2012


Morocco - Canada
The president of Bombardier Aerospace Guy Hachey was received Tuesday by King Mohammed VI in Rabat palace. The Canadian group in Morocco announced imminent start of construction work of buildings of Bombardier in Nouaceur. - Wednesday 19 September 2012


Panafrica
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, September 19, 2012/ — The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) (http://www.gainhealth.org) today convened a workshop in Addis Abeba among key partners from 11 countries across Africa to share lessons learned, successes, challenges and next steps in reducing malnutrition through large-scale food fortification. - Wednesday 19 September 2012


Ethiopia
The Climate Resilient Green Economy Facility (CRGEF) was launched on September 10, 2012, with the intent of supporting the government’s vision of attaining a middle income economy with low carbon growth by 2025. - Tuesday 18 September 2012

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