African Politics and Policy

Online Journal

Tag: Burkina Faso

The Great Green Wall

“The Great Green Wall creates a barrier against climate change running across the Sahel region. This semiarid region of western…

Readers from 28 countries

Today our readers come from 28 countries: USA, Canada, UK, Finland, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, India, Malaysia, South Africa,…

Burkina Faso’s troubles

“Five years after an uprising chased Blaise Compaore from power, terrorism and its dire impact on a rural economy cast…

Violence, instability and a rising number of deaths

In Guinea, a policeman and a protester were killed during  demonstrations against the proposed constitutional amendments, designed to allow the…

Deadly attacks

In Burkina Faso, an attack on a mosque killed 16 people In Cameroon, a world heritage site was attacked by…

Call for innovative projects: Culture at Work Africa

Culture at Work Africa has announced a call for “innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing safe and neutral spaces for…

LA ROUMANIE PRENDRA LA RELÈVE DU CANADA DANS LE CADRE DE LA MISSION DE MAINTIEN DE LA PAIX AU MALI

Le Canada et la Roumanie sont solidaires du peuple malien dans sa quête de paix et de développement durables OTTAWA,…

UN CHIEF OF PEACE OPERATIONS HONOURS FALLEN CHADIAN ‘BLUE HELMETS’ SERVING IN NORTHERN MALI

After 10 Chadian peacekeepers serving with the United Nations mission in Mali (MINUSMA) were killedin a terrorist attack on 20 January,…

Corruption Perception Index 2018

Transparency International has just released the Corruption Perception Index for 2018. After improving its score for two consecutive years, Kazakhstan’s…

Burkina Faso: President Chooses New Prime Minister

“President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré has appointed Christophe Joseph Marie Dabiré as Prime Minister.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901220132.html You may also be interested…

© 2019 African Politics and Policy. Theme by Anders Norén.