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Benin: cities soon light up by solar lampposts

University Campus as well as the main roads of Beninese big cities are going to twinkle soon at nights by means of solar lampposts. A project occurring within the framework of the development program of renewable energies in Benin, will soon enter its active phase. According to a communiqué from …

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Nigeria: 70 countries are taking part in the 24th world economic forum

About one thousand delegates coming from 70 countries of the world have been taking part since Wednesday in Abuja (Nigeria) in the 24th world economic forum. During this meeting of three days, some subject among which industry, education, tourism, employment, finances and health will be tackled. Chinese Prime Minister Li …

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Africa Water: Africa is planning the 7th world forum of water in Ouaga.

African countries want to speak as a single man at the 7th world forum of water which will be held in Daegu (South Korea). In prelude to the world meeting, Burkina Faso is organizing from 12th to 14th June in Ouagadougou in partnership with international Institute of water and environment …

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Health: African States united to comply with WHO requirements.

Under the aegis of World Health Organization (WHO) and of African Union (UA), Ministers for Health of African States met in Luanda (Angola) to fine new strategies to reduce mortality rate of African populations. Participants in the high-level historic meeting decided the creation of an African Agency of medicine and …

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Fatimata Touré: Among the most 10 courageous women of the world

The Malian Fatimata Touré is a pride for her country and the entire African continent. The human rights activist is listed among of 10 women rewarded by the first American lady Michelle Obama for their courage and determination in 2013. The founder of Greffa NGO, research, study and training woman …

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Ivory Coast: Five new rural localities supplied with drinking water

Access to drinking water in faraway zones in Africa is a current issue. Government of Ivory Coast, conscious of the situation set as goal to increase the coverage rate in drinking water of the country at 82,5 % in 2015. To achieve this they inaugurated last Saturday in the district …

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Ali Bongo and Alassane Ouattara: «becoming champions South-South cooperation»

Gabonese president Ali Bongo made on Friday, 11th April 2014 a working and friendship visit to his homologue Ivorian Alassane Ouattara. Both heads of states evoked several subjects among which, strengthening of South-South cooperation. At his exit of audience that lasted for three hours, Gabonese president indicated that at this …

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Aimes-Afrique: the NGO carries hospital towards populations.

The NGO « Doctors’ International Association for Education and Health promotion in Africa » (AIMES-Afrique), is committed « to carry hospital towards populations. »It is what explains this new trip of the NGO to deep Togo. Dr Michel Kodom chairman of Aimes-Afrique and his team have been staying since 6th April in the prefecture …

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Ivory Coast: making of pupils, eco-citizens

The initiative is praiseworthy and could be extended to other regions of Ivory Coast. The town of San Pedro, in order to incite pupils to environmental protection, launched a competition called « Competition of the cleanest school ». The competition gathers 11 schools of the town and received the support of the …

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Health: traditional medicine in Ivory Coast, a model for the sub-region.

In Ivory Coast traditional practitioners are no more considered as charlatans in several countries of Africa. Since one month, a new pavilion open at the Teaching Hospital of Treichville has accommodated doctors (of conventional medicine) and traditional practitioners who are working in collaboration. This established confidence is the fruit of …

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Arthur Zang: 25 years and creator of Cardiopad, the first medical touchpad made in Africa!

At the age of 25, Arthur Zang is a young prodigy who is going to help save thousands of lives in African suffering from cardiac pathology. This young Cameroonian engineer created Cardiopad, the first medical touchpad made in Africa. The famous Forbes magazine underlined: « in innovation, he represents what Africa …

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