The Kenyan government released a $1.00 million stimulus package dedicated to local artists, including musicians.
In Tanzania, the East Africa Highland cooking banana, matooke, is a hugely popular food. With the impending release of the first-ever high-yielding hybrids of matooke on the horizon, researchers took the opportunity to exhibit them at this year’s annual agricultural show Nane Nane in the country.
Africa: Involvement of youths in rural development, agric, solution to unemployment crisis, studies say
Studies have shown that the involvement of Africa’s youth in rural development and agriculture will not only boost food security on the continent but also strategically provide solutions to the prevailing problem of unemployment plaguing African societies.
114 migrants from Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea and Liberia returned home safely this week from Algeria via a voluntary return flight organised by the IOM.
Nearly 120,000 people have been displaced by flash floods caused by heavy rains across Chad in the month just ended.
Expert trainers from the ENABLE Youth Cameroon (EYC) programme are receiving and analysing the business plans of aspiring ‘agri-preneurs’ participating in the programme since May this yea.
Pathfinder International is leading the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded health service delivery programme in Burkina Faso.
A political risk consultancy says the way forward on political negotiations in the troubled Libya will be partially shaped by the major power struggle that is currently being played out within the Government of National Accord (GNA).
Estimated 363,807 persons are currently displaced in parts of Chad’s zone bordering Cameroon, Nigeria and Niger.
A political risk consultancy, Menas Associates, says most Malians have been proclaiming the latest coup d’état of Tuesday, August 18 in their country as a popular victory.