Coronavirus – Africa: International Organization for Migration (IOM), European Union (EU) Bolster Response to Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Returning Migrants Across West and Central Africa — Social News XYZ

The suspension of “non-essential activities” to limit the spread of COVID-19 in West and Central Africa has had a heavy socio-economic impact on some 34,000 returning migrants. Many already have set up microbusinesses as part of their reintegration assistance under the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration. To measure the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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Coronavirus – Africa: International Organization for Migration (IOM), European Union (EU) Bolster Response to Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Returning Migrants Across West and Central Africa — Database of Press Releases related to Africa – APO-Source

The suspension of “non-essential activities” to limit the spread of COVID-19 in West and Central Africa has had a heavy socio-economic impact on some [34,000 returning migrants](https://migrationjointinitiative.org/sites/default/files/files/articles/eu-iomjointinitiativeflashreport26en.pdf). Many already have set up microbusinesses as part of their reintegration assistance under the [EU-IOM Joint… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/coronavirus-africa-international-organization-for-migration-iom-european-union-eu-bolster-response-to-economic-impact-of-covid19-on-returning-migrants-across-west-and-central-africa?lang=en

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Financiers of poverty, malnutrition and death – Part 2 — Watts Up With That?

Private ‘philanthropic’ foundations keep African families destitute, malnourished, dying early Paul Driessen It’s easy to farm organically in the wealthy, advanced EU and USA, where consumers can afford much more expensive organic meats, eggs, fruits and vegetables. 85 more words

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Financiers of poverty, malnutrition and death – Part 1 — Watts Up With That?

Private ‘philanthropic’ foundations join government agencies in funding anti-technology NGOs Paul Driessen The UN Food and Agriculture Organization, anti-development banks, the Agency for International Development (USAID), NGO (non-government organization) pressure groups and other eco-imperialists are properly condemned for using their money, power, and control over trade and lending to keep millions of African, Asian and…

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The Truth about AIDS in Africa — Science is distorted by progressive philosophy

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Hearts of Darkness: Richest Nations Push Unreliable Renewables to Keep Africans Forever Poor — STOP THESE THINGS

There’s something altogether cynical about well-healed nations forcing the impoverished to embrace expensive and unreliable wind and solar. It is, of course, all done in the name of ‘saving the planet’. [Note to Ed: Not to mention saving the manufacturers of industrial wind turbines and solar panels, who are struggling back home]. As any economist […]

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“Juice: How Electricity Explains The World” or ‘Why Economic Development Depends on Reliable & Affordable Power’ — STOP THESE THINGS

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Want to know how important electricity is to modern life? Try living a comfortable and civilised life without it. More than a billion humans struggle through daily life without access to power at all, and two billion more are limited to a meagre trickle, because in developing countries it’s both unreliable and too expensive for […]

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Trained teachers: A key to unlocking literacy for the most vulnerable children — World Vision International

Trained teachers: A key to unlocking literacy for the most vulnerable children By Andrew Clucas, Senior Advisor, Quality and Innovation – Education Today, more children around the world are attending school than ever before. However, over 617 million children and adolescents are still not achieving basic literacy and numeracy skills, despite increased access to education.…

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Two and a Half Drops: How Village Level Committees in Bhojdari Tackled the Issue of Drinking Water in Times of Drought — Water, Land & Livelihoods

By Nikhil Nikam “Anyone who can solve the problems of water will be worthy of two Nobel prizes – one for peace and one for science.” – John F. Kennedy When the Indo-German Watershed Development Programme (IGWDP) was initiated in 1989 and operationalized in 1992, the overall goal of the programme was poverty reduction through people-managed […]

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