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Outbreaks and emergencies

In the week ending on November 30, the number of countries affected by cholera is decreasing, while the number of…

World’s most powerful armies

The world’s five most powerful armies are: USA, Russia, China, India and France. The United Kingdom is 6th, Gerany is…

Outbreaks and emergencies

This is the situation in Week 47 and how it compares with previous weeks     Week 43 Week 44…

Cholera in Africa: decreasing, moving

Last week cholera was monitored in 9 countries:Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. Zimbabwe. This week cholera is…

AMBASSADOR FOLMSBEE DEPARTS MALI AND MR. GREGORY GARLAND ASSUMES DUTIES AS CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES

BAMAKO, Mali, 22nd November 2018,-/African Media Agency/-U.S. Ambassador Paul Folmsbee bid a fond farewell to Mali on November 19, 2018…

Angolan medical doctors on strike

“Angolan medical doctors have gone on strike to demand better work conditions and the hiring of all their unemployed colleagues.”…

Food security index

The Food security index measures the level of food security in 113 countries worldwide. On the basis of these estimates…

ANGOLA CABLES AND BROADBAND INFRACO MOU OPENS A GATEWAY TO IMPROVING INTERNET CONNECTIVITY INTO AFRICA

Linking the international Angola Cables Network to the terrestrial Broadband Infraco network will fast track Internet access in to Africa….

ANGOLA IS WORKING TO DIVERSIFY AND BOOST ITS ECONOMY WITH ACTIVE INVESTMENTS IN ARTISANAL FISHING

“Victória de Barros, Angola’s Minister of Fisheries and the Sea, said that the Executive is committed to giving greater quality…

Faith leaders crucial to fight malaria

“”The role of the faith leaders in combatting malaria is being increasingly recognized, and it’s a role that we’re enthusiastic…

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