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Senegal: About 200 Billion CFA F Received from the Kuwait Fund Since the 1970s.

Senegal: About 200 Billion CFA F Received from the Kuwait Fund Since the 1970s.

Senegal is the first recipient of the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) in West Africa. From the 1970s to the present day, Kuwait grant to Senegal is estimated at about 200 Billion CFA F. A critical source of funding that has been used for the funding of projects in the agricultural, livestock, infrastructure, […]

UN Secretary General Must Raise the Alarm on Ethiopia’s Worst Drought in 50 years

UN Secretary General Must Raise the Alarm on Ethiopia’s Worst Drought in 50 years

Save the Children is calling on the United Nations to urgently raise the global alarm on Ethiopia’s worst drought in 50 years as global leaders, including UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, prepare to arrive in the nation’s capital for the 26th African Union Summit starting on January 25th. The call comes as new figures reveal […]

Bird Flu – FG Begins Sensitization of FCT Poultry Farmers, Sellers

Bird Flu – FG Begins Sensitization of FCT Poultry Farmers, Sellers

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with Animal Health Department of the FCT Agriculture Secretariat, has commenced a strategic sensitization of poultry farmers and sellers meetings in the FCT Area Councils to educate them on bio-security measures for the containment and control of Bird flu. This is consequent upon the recent […]

Philanthropists shouldn’t shape our national agenda

Philanthropists shouldn’t shape our national agenda

Mr William Henry Gates III (better known as Bill Gates), the American tycoon, has struck again. On January 22, he informed the Wall Street Journal that Kenya had legalised the cultivation of genetically engineered maize. Armed with an amount of money he cannot spend in more than 56,000 lifetimes at the cost of his current […]