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Press Statement attributable to Heather Nauert, United States Department of State Spokesperson

Press Statement attributable to Heather Nauert, United States Department of State Spokesperson: The United States remains concerned about ongoing violence in the Central African Republic (CAR), and condemns in the strongest terms the continued targeted attacks against civilians, peacekeepers, and humanitarian actors. We further emphasize our strong support to the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization […]

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Democratic Republic of Congo: New ‘Kivu Security Tracker’ Maps Eastern Violence

The new Kivu Security Tracker will map violence by armed groups and Congolese security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo‘s eastern Kivu provinces, Human Rights Watch and the New York University-based Congo Research Group said today. The joint project will monitor the worst violence in North and South Kivu provinces through maps, graphs, and […]

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Reforming and revitalizing higher education sector crucial for Africa’s development, experts say

The fourth Senior Experts Dialogue on Science, Technology and the African Transformation Agenda ended in Dakar Friday with experts making concrete recommendations for consideration by policy makers, universities, regional and continental organizations on how to align higher education policy with science, technology and innovation (STI) and industrial policies to support the transformation of Africa’s economies […]

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Department for International Development Ghana Country Director’s speech at Business Cost of Violence Against Women & Girls in Ghana forum

Department for International Development Ghana Country Director’s speech at Business Cost of Violence Against Women & Girls in Ghana forum: Honourable Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection Distinguished representatives of Government British High Commissioner for Ghana, Members of the Diplomatic Corps Development Partners, academia, representatives of the private sector Traditional leaders, Members of the […]

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