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The White House Summit on Malaria
On December 14, 2006, The President And Mrs. Bush Will Host The First-Ever White House Summit On Malaria In Washington, D.C. The White House Summit on Malaria will bring together international experts; corporations and foundations; African civic leaders; and voluntary, faith-based and non-profit organizations. The Summit's goals are to raise awareness of malaria and to mobilize a grassroots effort to save millions of lives in Africa. One American with just $10 can help save a life in Africa. A school, a church, or a team can help save a village.
Dakar, 5 décembre 2006 : Les Nations Unies lancent ce mardi à Dakar un appel de fonds de 309 millions de dollars pour l'Afrique de l'Ouest afin de couvrir les besoins en aide humanitaire de cette région, l'une des plus pauvres du monde, pour 2007.
L'appel est destiné à couvrir les besoins humanitaires, tous secteurs confondus (agricole, alimentaire, eau, assainissement, santé, lutte contre les violences sexuelles, protection des enfants affectés par les conflits armés...) dans 16 pays de la sous région.
Hopes for a good season have been confirmed
1. Brief analysis of the general agriculture and food situation
The 2006 season is almost over in most Sahelian countries with the final stages of harvesting and storage operations.
Despite the season's late start, various sources report that the 2006-2007 agricultural season has been generally very good.
If all rich countries gave a single cent per $100 of their respective gross national products, full funding would be achieved for the Humanitarian Appeal 2007, United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator Jan Egeland said today as he called on States to find the $3.9 billion needed for that effort.
He said that amount represented a decrease from last year's Humanitarian Appeal for $4.7 billion, of which $3.1 billion, or 63 per cent, had been received and had helped 31 million people this year.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Global Appeal 2007
UNHCR's Global Appeal is published yearly to alert governmental and private sector donors, Executive Committee (ExCom) members and Standing Committee observers, Governments and their Permanent Missions in Geneva, the UN Secretariat, UN agencies, intergovernmental agencies, NGOs, regional organizations and other institutions and interested individuals to the plight of millions of refugees and others of concern to UNHCR.
Bamako, du 06 au 09 novembre 2006
La réunion de concertation technique des pays membres du CILSS et de l'Afrique de l'Ouest sur les bilans céréaliers et alimentaires ex-post 2005/2006 et prévisionnels 2006/2007 s'est tenue à Bamako au Mali, du 6 au 09 novembre 2006.
Ont pris part à cette réunion les délégués des pays membres du CILSS (responsables des statistiques agricoles, des cellules d'analyse et des systèmes d'alerte précoce), les représentants du Bénin, du Togo, de la Guinée Conakry et du Nigeria, les représentants des partenaires au développement (USAID/WA, …
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JOHANNESBURG, 2 October (PLUSNEWS) - Règle d'or, a local nongovernmental organisation (NGO) in Benin, is taking awareness messages to thousands of Togolese nationals who fled their country when the presidential elections erupted in violence last year.
Some of the 25,000 exiles have returned to Togo, but the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimated earlier this year that more than 19,000 were afraid to leave, with most staying in the capital, Cotonou.
Rodrigue Anani, a peer educator at …