United States provides US$119 Million to World Food Programme (WFP) for School Meals in Five Countries

As classrooms around the developing world begin to re-open, the U.N. World Food Programme is receiving US$119 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide school meals in five countries in Asia and Africa. “Yet again, USDA demonstrates real leadership in reaching school-age children in the developing world with proper nutrition. In many countries, school meals are the only food some… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/united-states-provides-us119-million-to-world-food-programme-wfp-for-school-meals-in-five-countries?lang=en

New Oil and Gas Fields in southwest Africa

Oil and Gas Discoveries and Activity in Southwest Africa Set to Open New Basins for Development and Trigger Big Investments in Namibia, Angola and South Africa (By NJ Ayuk)

By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) Last spring, the Maersk Voyager, an ultra-deepwater drillship under contract by French supermajor Total, drilled a wildcat well in the deepest water ever – 3,628 meters (11,903 feet) in Block 48, a massive area with potentially huge oil reserves in the Congo basin offshore Angola. The record-setting achievement wasn’t… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/oil-and-gas-discoveries-and-activity-in-southwest-africa-set-to-open-new-basins-for-development-and-trigger-big-investments-in-namibia-angola-and-south-africa-by-nj-ayuk?lang=en