Day: June 23, 2022

Zimbabwe on the brink: Living in fragile peace

Dzikamai BereYESTERDAY, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) launched the 2021 State of Peace Report. It is an...

DVIDS – News – Eritrea to Nashville: A Refugee’s Journey to the Tennessee Air Guard

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Senior Airman John Gebremariam, a services specialist with the 118th Force Support Squadron in Nashville,...

Zimbabwe on Brink of Bloody 2023 Election

Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) says the southern African nation may hold bloody council, parliamentary and presidential elections...

Eritrea Commemorates Heroes Who Died Fighting for its Independence

On June 20th, Eritrea celebrates Martyr’s Day, in honor of those who fell in the 30-year war for...

Minister scorns Diaspora vote; says Zimbabwe does not have foreign constituencies

By UK Correspondent ZIMBABWE has 210 electoral constituencies and none of them is located outside the country’s physical...

Exciting WAFCON content at your fingertips – SuperSport

Exciting WAFCON content at your fingertips SuperSport Source link : https://supersport.com/football/africa-womens-cup-of-nations/news/ed5d2b97-0b2f-4734-8977-697b9109f506/exciting_wafcon_content_at_your_fingertips Author : Publish date : 2022-06-23 15:30:22

Inter-Agency Situation Report – Uganda Refugee Emergency, 10 – 16 June 2022 – Uganda

Attachments The conflict in North Kivu and Ituri provinces in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) continues. The...

Eritrea: Leaving No One Behind

The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO),...

Sudan: MSF handing over medical activities in Kario refugee camp (East Darfur) to Sudanese Ministry of Health – Sudan

Khartoum, 22 June 2022– International medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Border (MSF) is leaving East Darfur and...

Namibia: Oshana, WFP Ink Deal to Promote Food Security

Uukwangula — The Oshana regional council and the World Food Programme (WFP) yesterday signed an agreement to help...

KS2 History: Rupal Rajani – The forced migration of Indian people from Uganda

Ayush:My name is Ayush, and I am ten years old and I live in Leicester. My family comes...

Eritrea: Important, Yet Overlooked – Maternity Waiting Homes

Eritrea is one of the few countries that entered the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) period...

Eritrea: Financial Contribution to Families of Martyrs

Barentu, 21 June 2022- Over 700 Government employees in Logo-Anseba sub-zone extended financial support to 215 families of...

Eritrean National Commemorate Martyrs Day

Asmara, 21 June 2022- Eritrean nationals in South Sudan and Denmark commemorated Martyrs Day with patriotic zeal featuring...

Africa: Trans Athletes Participation in Sport – What’s the Debate?

Trans women have been barred from competing in female categories for elite-level swimming and rugby league fixtures, with...

Somalia faces worst humanitarian crisis in recent history

Somalia faces worst humanitarian crisis in recent history | African Arguments By continuing to browse the site you...

Liberia: President Weah Extolled for Support to Ivorian Refugees

Monrovia — The President of the Republic, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah, Tuesday, June 21, 2022 met with...

Ethiopia’s Struggling Displaced People Face Dilemma: Stay or Go Home?

Internally displaced persons in Ethiopia’s Afar region have been leaving camps because of lack of food and shelter....

Ivory Coast – Floods and landslides (NOAA-CPC, FloodList, media) (ECHO Daily Flash of 23 June 2022) – Côte d’Ivoire

Ivory Coast - Floods and landslides (NOAA-CPC, FloodList, media) (ECHO Daily Flash of 23 June 2022) - Côte...

Bachelet urges prompt investigation into killings in western Ethiopia

GENEVA (23 June 2022) – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Thursday urged Ethiopian authorities...

UNESCO Supports Ethiopia in Enhancing the Production, Harmonization and Use of Education in Emergency (EiE) Data – Ethiopia

“(the) ‘Strengthening institutional Education information systems for data-driven education in emergencies’ project came at the right time when...

Africa: Sport Challenges Inequalities, Brings People Together – Sports Minister

Sport challenges inequalities in gender, race, and disabilities and is a means to educate against anti-social behaviours and...

SA football must create it’s own identity for success – IOL

SA football must create it's own identity for success IOL Source link : https://www.iol.co.za/sport/soccer/bafana/sa-football-must-create-its-own-identity-for-success-d8ae1e73-0fcb-4621-8a02-20449b2b96b3 Author : Publish date...

Deported Ethiopian migrants tell of suffering in Saudi Arabia detention | Africa | DW

Abdela Mohammed spent 13 "unbearable" months languishing in an overcrowded Saudi detention center before being repatriated back to...

Kenya leads push to get rid of roaming charges

Technology Kenya leads push to get rid of roaming charges Thursday June 23 2022 ICT secretary Joe Mucheru....

Project HOPE Sounds Alarm for Humanitarian Crisis in Ethiopia

Washington, D.C. (June 23, 2022) – Project HOPE’s CEO, Rabih Torbay, who recently returned from Ethiopia, is urging...

Egypt studies setting up water treatment plant in Iraq

Egypt is studying the establishment of a water treatment and desalination plant in Iraq, according to a recent...

The New Humanitarian | Broken promises: Cameroon’s troubled disarmament initiative

John Ngah* is a keen amateur footballer, but at the end of each game, when his team mates...

Two years after Covid-19 shutdown stadiums open to capacity crowds

“All the consultations on the wearing of masks indoors, limitations on indoor and outdoor gatherings and proof of...

Libya: New UN mediation in Geneva

The United Nations announced on Thursday that the presidents of Libya's two rival chambers will meet next week...

Kenyan herders fight invasive colonial-era plant | Africa | DW

Africa Pastoralists in northern Kenya have declared war on an invasive plant introduced by the British. The spread...

African court orders Kenya to pay $1.3 million as reparations to indigenous Ogiek people

The government will also formally recognise the Ogiek, one of the most marginalised groups, as an indigenous people...

Senegal’s opposition leader calls for another mega protest on June 29

Senegal's main opposition leader on Monday called for a fresh demonstration to be held on June 29, despite...

Egypt participates in Russian economic forum

Egypt participates in Russian economic forum - Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East Skip to main...

IMF releases $216m to Senegal

The International Monetary Fund has released nearly $216 million U.S. dollars for Senegal after a review of its...

How Kenya’s degree requirement for top political posts turned into a fiasco

The rush for academic credentials is nothing new ahead of a Kenyan election. Candidates are challenged about the...

Congolese armed groups react to the deployment of regional force in Eastern DRC

A Congolese group composed of different armed movements has reacted to the East African Community's announcement to send...

WHO Issues Monkeypox Advisory to Kenya

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an advisory to the Kenyan government regarding the ongoing spread of...

EU-Africa Business Summit takes off in Brussels

The war in Ukraine is the latest shock to hit global food production, causing concern about the food...

Kenya: solar energy gains momentum [Business Africa]

At a time when climate change is a reality for all of us, the rapid deployment of solar...