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Africa: Museveni Tells Miss World Africa Abenakyo to Stop Wearing Indian Hair

Africa: Museveni Tells Miss World Africa Abenakyo to Stop Wearing Indian Hair

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Wednesday had not-so flattering words for the newly-crowned Miss World Africa Quiin Abenakyo after hosting her at State House, Entebbe.

Ms Abenakyo has just returned home from Sanya, in China …

IGAD MEMBER STATES CALL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL CRIMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

IGAD MEMBER STATES CALL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL CRIMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

At the conclusion of the recently held 4-day meeting between IGAD Security Sector Program (IGAD SSP) and IGAD Member States that was held in Mombasa, Kenya where the member states called on IGAD to facilitate …

IGAD MEMBER STATES CALL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL CRIMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

IGAD MEMBER STATES CALL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A REGIONAL CRIMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

At the conclusion of the recently held 4-day meeting between IGAD Security Sector Program (IGAD SSP) and IGAD Member States that was held in Mombasa, Kenya where the member states called on IGAD to facilitate …

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

Climate change has always been a political issue. At its root are huge imbalances of power and inequality, which were on display at the recent UN climate talks in Poland. Those imbalances define who is …

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

Climate change has always been a political issue. At its root are huge imbalances of power and inequality, which were on display at the recent UN climate talks in Poland. Those imbalances define who is …

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

What to do about climate change? Ask women – they have the most to lose

Climate change has always been a political issue. At its root are huge imbalances of power and inequality, which were on display at the recent UN climate talks in Poland. Those imbalances define who is …

Global Compact on Refugees: How is this different from the migrants’ pact and how will it help?

Global Compact on Refugees: How is this different from the migrants’ pact and how will it help?

The terms 'refugee' and 'migrant' have been used interchangeably to describe the millions of people worldwide that are either fleeing conflict or seeking better living conditions. As the United Nations sets out to secure global …

Oulanyah calls for financial support to innovators

Oulanyah calls for financial support to innovators

The Deputy Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah has called government institutions to make use of appropriate policies and laws to support the work done by innovators in the country.

Oulanyah said that innovators have enormous potential which …

Peacekeeping chief honours Tanzanian troops in Zanzibar, a year on from deadly DR Congo attacks

Peacekeeping chief honours Tanzanian troops in Zanzibar, a year on from deadly DR Congo attacks

A year on from the brutal killings of 15 United Nations peacekeepers from Tanzania in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the head of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) paid a visit to some of the …

Speakers Call for Resources to Fulfil Mission Mandates, as Fifth Committee Tackles Performance Report on 2018-2019 Budget Cycle

Speakers Call for Resources to Fulfil Mission Mandates, as Fifth Committee Tackles Performance Report on 2018-2019 Budget Cycle

Speakers at the Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary) today reviewed the performance report for the first year of the Organization's 2018 2019 budget cycle, while deliberating on the financial resources for about three dozen special …

Speakers Call for Resources to Fulfil Mission Mandates, as Fifth Committee Tackles Performance Report on 2018-2019 Budget Cycle

Speakers Call for Resources to Fulfil Mission Mandates, as Fifth Committee Tackles Performance Report on 2018-2019 Budget Cycle

Speakers at the Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary) today reviewed the performance report for the first year of the Organization's 2018 2019 budget cycle, while deliberating on the financial resources for about three dozen special …

In Africa, Sickle Cell Patients Endure Pain, Discrimination

In Africa, Sickle Cell Patients Endure Pain, Discrimination

Africans who have the blood disorder sickle cell anemia met this week in the northern Cameroon town of Garoua to step up an awareness campaign.

One hundred people with sickle cell from Cameroon and five …

In Africa, Sickle Cell Patients Endure Pain, Discrimination

In Africa, Sickle Cell Patients Endure Pain, Discrimination

Africans who have the blood disorder sickle cell anemia met this week in the northern Cameroon town of Garoua to step up an awareness campaign.

One hundred people with sickle cell from Cameroon and five …