Without joint planning and investment, Nile Basin countries miss-out on opportunities of development that benefits the Nile people, says Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The Government of Ethiopia has set an ambitious target to provide full water, sanitation and electricity access to all the citizens by the year 2025, government official said.
The total number of cholera outbreak victims in Ethiopia including the capital city, Addis Ababa, has reached 614, says, Ethiopian Public Health Institute.
The Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) is set to mark its 20th anniversary tomorrow in Kigali, Rwanda. NBI has brought together the Nile Basin countries, Ethiopia, Uganda, Sudan, Egypt, Tanzania, Rwanda, … Read More
At least 550,000 babies are thought to have died as a result of armed conflict between 2013 and 2017 in the 10 worst-affected countries, according to new analysis by Save … Read More
A new World Bank report reveals that out of the world’s 736 million extreme poor in 2015, 368 million—half of the total—lived in just 5 countries, including Ethiopia.
Election campaigning will take place in a hostile political environment that leaves little room for people to freely and safely exercise their human rights, Amnesty International said.
From Chad to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the economies of Central Africa must fully industrialize to survive. But to do this, member States should systematically take a coherent set … Read More
The Republic of Mauritius became the 30th shareholder of Africa50, the pan-African investment platform.