Daily Archives : 1st October 2015

marc-rennard-orange-e1398724653711

New organisation of the Orange Group

With its Essentiels2020 strategic plan, Orange (orange.com) has defined its priorities for the next five years. As from 1 March 2016, the Group’s organisation will evolve in line with the strategic plan in order to best implement this roadmap and…

Comments Off / 71 View / 1st October 2015

somali school

Somalia: children learn UN Sustainable Development Goals

Schoolchildren in Somaliland are among thousands of pupils from around the world who have been taking part in the World’s Largest Lesson learning about the new United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The World’s Largest Lesson is a collaborative education project,…

Comments Off / 136 View / 1st October 2015

International_Monetary_Fund_logo

IMF review mission to Tanzania

A team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Hervé Joly, visited Tanzania from September 17–30, 2015. The mission initiated the third review under the Policy Support Instrument (PSI) program that was approved on July 16, 2014. It overlapped…

Comments Off / 39 View / 1st October 2015

Human-Rights-Watch

Democratic Republic of Congo: Justice system needs reform

The Democratic Republic of Congo government should urgently reform the country’s justice system to better prosecute atrocities, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The 102-page report, “Justice on Trial: Lessons from the Minova Rape Case in the…

Comments Off / 50 View / 1st October 2015

african-union-commission[2]

African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance: moving forwards

The representatives of African Union Member States ministries of education gathered for the joint consultative meeting on the inclusion and the mainstreaming of the African Charter on Democracy, Elections (ACDEG) agreed on the urgent need to develop education syllabus that…

Comments Off / 49 View / 1st October 2015

Project_AGIARP_791_445_s

The Adolescent Girls Initiative Kenya

Despite reports of early pregnancies in Kenya, a recent report shows there are low rates of early marriage and childbearing in Kibera and Wajir. The Adolescent Girls Initiative Kenya (AGI-K) baseline report launched on September 29, 2015, shows that less…

Comments Off / 42 View / 1st October 2015