Every year millions of farmers and their families across the globe face severe risks that threaten not only their livelihoods, but their survival. Climate change and its resulting weather extremes and abnormalities are increasingly stacking the odds against those who have the most to lose.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) recently concluded its Mulu Most At Risk Populations Project to combat HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia and is announcing the launch of a new follow-on project, HIV Services for Key and Priority Populations Activity.
In 2011, the United States was a proud and hopeful supporter of the newly independent nation of South Sudan. Seven years later, the leaders of this country have squandered this partnership, pilfered the wealth of South Sudan, killed their own people, and repeatedly demonstrated their inability and unwillingness to live up to their commitments to end the country’s civil war. The result is one of Africa’s worst humanitarian disasters. The December 2017 cessation of hostilities has never been enacted; fighting across the country increases daily.
Les membres du G5 (Nations Unies, Union africaine, CEEAC, Union européenne, France et Etats-Unis) condamnent sans réserve les attaques contre l'église de Fatima et la mosquée de Lakounga ainsi que les violences qui ont secoué aujourd'hui la ville de Bangui. Nous déplorons la mort des victimes et souhaitons un prompt rétablissement à ceux qui ont été blessés dans les actes criminels de ce jour. Nous offrons nos plus sincères condoléances à leurs familles et à tous ceux qui ont été victimes des troubles qui ont suivi l'incident.
WASHINGTON— The Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen has determined that termination of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Nepal was required pursuant to the statute. To allow for an orderly transition, she has determined to delay the termination for 12 months. The designation will terminate on June 24, 2019.