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Covid 19 : WHO announces first technology recipients of mRNA vaccine hub

At the European Union - African Union summit in Brussels WHO Director-General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, announced the first six countries that will receive the technology needed to produce mRNA vaccines on the African continent. Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia all applied and have been selected as...
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Focus: a new Togo-EU partnership

Togo and the EU unveiled on January 12 a new agreement by which the European Union and its Member States will pool their cooperation tools in order to better support the actions undertaken by the national development plan of Togo.  By the editorial staff A new partnership format. This is...
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Rwanda: EU-AU meeting hosted in Kigali

European Union and the African Union ministers and officials are meeting in Kigali for the AU-EU ministerial meeting started October 25. Over 500 participants and 60 foreign ministers are expected to exchange views on the EU-AU partnership and how to strengthen cooperation, according to their media advisory note....
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Tunisia: EU to fund green entrepreneurship training for 40 young people

The Confederation of Citizen Enterprises of Tunisia (Conect) wants to strengthen the capacities of 40 Tunisian eco-entrepreneurs with project ideas or projects in the start-up phase, within the framework of a partnership with the Green Impact MED (Gimed) project financed by the European Union (EU). Conect recently launched a call...
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Botswana  : WHO, EU launch project to strengthen COVID-19 response

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Union (EU) on Thursday launched a European Commission Humanitarian Aid (ECHO) funding project to strengthen COVID-19 and public health emergency response in Botswana. The total grant is about 13 million Pula (1.1 million U.S. dollars), said Josephine Namboze, WHO Representative to Botswana...

Central African Republic: scrutiny of electoral disaster

The first round of legislative and presidential elections held on December 27, 2020 is behind the new crisis in the Central African Republic. As soon as the election was prepared, the electoral process was off to a bad start...    By Thierry Vircoulon*   Armed groups had been disrupting the organization...
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