Monthly Archives: November 2019

UN Chief Calls For Urgent Humanitarian Support To Sudan.

UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock today called on the international community to act faster to scale up humanitarian support to Sudan. The humanitarian situation is deteriorating for millions of people, particularly in the central and eastern regions, as the country strives to address the effects of erratic weather, multiple disease …

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Wizkid Returns To Uganda In Dirty December.

Nigerian Ojuelegba Hit-maker Wizkid is set to perform again in Uganda this December after two years since he last appeared here. This was revealed by ExW; the event organiserswho revealed that it will take place at Kololo Airstrip alingside Uganda’s top most artistes. “Wizkid will jet into the country a …

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Bill, Melinda Gates, Strive Masiyiwa Unveil African Digital Manifesto Aimed At Transformation.

American philanthropist Melinda Gates and Zimbabwean entrepreneur Strive Masiyiwa helped launch ‘The Digital Manifesto’ on Wednesday – a 10-step guide on how developing countries can get ahead in the digital age. The Pathways for Prosperity Commission on Technology and Inclusive Development launched its report in Nairobi, outlining how developing countries …

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Winnie Byanyima Swears In As UNAIDS New Boss.

Winnie Byanyima was on Thursday morning sworn in as UNAIDS Executive Director by UN Secretary-General António Guterres during an oath ceremony at the United Nations in New York following a comprehensive selection process that involved a search committee constituted by members of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board. “I am excited to be joining UNAIDS …

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