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Readers from 42 countries

Today’s readers come from 42 countries: Canada, USA, Brazil, Argentina, Switzerland, Ireland, UK, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Kazakhstan, United Arab Emirates,Pakistan,…

Readers from 38 countries

Today are readers come from: Canada, USA, Guatemala, Ireland, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Spain, Iran, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, India,…

Congo-Kinshasa: $80 Million Raised to Fight Ebola, More Needed

” The World Bank, supported by Japan, Germany and Australia, has allocated up to U.S. $80 million in grants over…

Namibia: fighting against natural disasters together with Japan

Japan has donated N$14.2 million for development projects in northern regions of Namibia. The primary goal of the Namibian-Japanese collaboration…

Scholarship Opportunity

Applications from Africa are invited for Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate (Master) Scholarships Program. Application deadline is 11th April. For more…

Blue Economy – the New Frontier for Africa’s Growth & How Japan Can Help

“The blue economy in Africa is neglected, ignored or underexploited, but it can offer a range of African solutions to…

Namibia Upsets Japan, New Zealand to Secure Top Travel Destination Awards

“Namibia won the highly desired Top Country Spot at the recent Wanderlust Readers’ Travel Awards, announced at ‘Destinations: The Holiday…

THE MCCAIN INSTITUTE NEXT GENERATION LEADERS PROGRAM: 2019 APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS OPEN

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 19 November 2018,-/African Media Agency/-The McCain Institute‚Äôs flagship Next Generation Leaders program is designed to identify, train,…

Food security index

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

Readers from 202 countries

We are happy to report that our readers come from the following 202 countries: Afghanistan,¬†Albania, Algeria, Angola, Anguilla, Antigua and…

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