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Korea Hands Over $15 Million Model School To FCT

Korea Hands Over $15 Million Model School To FCT

 The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) at the weekend, handed over an ultra-model school valued at $15 million to the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCDA), as part of efforts to deepen ties between Nigeria and Republic of Korea. The Korea model school located along the International Airport road is touted as the first purpose built […]

USAID Commits Additional U.S.$7 Million To Combat Ebola

USAID Commits Additional U.S.$7 Million To Combat Ebola

Today, the United States announced that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is contributing up to $7 million at this stage to combat the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) at this stage.   This additional funding, combined with the $1 million USAID committed last week, will provide a total of […]

President Weah Donates To Muslims

President Weah Donates To Muslims

Monrovia, Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has made a compassionate donation to Liberian Muslims in support of the Holy Month of Ramadan; a time Muslims commit themselves to fasting and praying. The donation includes two thousands bags of rice, one hundred cartoons of fish and $2,000.00 (Two Thousands United States Dollars). Internal Affairs Minister Varney […]

Salvation Army Donates Chlorine As Karonga Hospital Scales Up Sanitation

Salvation Army Donates Chlorine As Karonga Hospital Scales Up Sanitation

Salvation Army has donated chlorine worth K2.5 million to Karonga District Hospital to promote sanitation and hygiene in the district. Speaking after presenting the donation on Monday, the group’s programme manager Matthews Tulombolombo said even though the district has registered zero cases of cholera for about a month, sanitation and hygiene practices need scaling up. […]

Japan Donates U.S.$ 1 Million Towards Community Resilience

Japan Donates U.S.$ 1 Million Towards Community Resilience

The Government of Japan has announced a contribution of US$ 1 million to enhance the resilience of communities in Zimbabwe through a comprehensive set of life-saving health, nutrition, food security and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) interventions. The project will be implemented jointly by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations World […]

Sustainable Giving For Better Living

Sustainable Giving For Better Living

The secret to living is giving, but what are the best ways to give? Maybe you volunteer or make regular donations. But does this help create systemic change or solve the real problems creating poverty and need? What are sustainable, productive ways to help others surpass their need for outside aid and thus, in turn, […]

Unicef To Provide Medical Support To Freed Dapchi Girls

Unicef To Provide Medical Support To Freed Dapchi Girls

The United Nation’s Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has revealed its plans to provide individual attention, and medical treatment to the Dapchi school girls that were released on Wednesday. The Nigerian government confirmed that 105 girls have been released from among 110 kidnapped in Dapchi, Yobe state. The girls were released early on Wednesday weeks after […]

Japan Pledges U.S.$4.5 Million Humanitarian Aid For Somalia

Japan Pledges U.S.$4.5 Million Humanitarian Aid For Somalia

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed the announcement of a US$72.3 million contribution from the Government of Japan. The generous infusion of funding will enable WFP to provide vital food and nutrition assistance in 23 countries across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. “WFP deeply appreciates this substantial injection of support from […]

Hunger-Stricken Families Set To Receive 3 Million Bags Of Maize

Hunger-Stricken Families Set To Receive 3 Million Bags Of Maize

Three million bags of maize are being delivered to hunger-stricken families across the country, Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa has said. Mr Wamalwa told the Senate committee on devolution that five counties – Tana River, Kilifi, Taita-Taveta, Kwale and Kajiado – are the most affected by the drought. The CS told the committee at Sarova […]

UNICEF Strengthens Distribution Of Safe Water In Lilongwe

UNICEF Strengthens Distribution Of Safe Water In Lilongwe

 Unicef Malawi has embarked on a campaign of distributing 40 000 liters of safe water on a daily basis to Mitengo community in Lilongwe, after the area recorded 10 cholera cases and ended the life of a 10 year old child. At Mitengo community, almost all members rely on wells and Lilongwe River as a […]