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08:19
08:19

Cost Of Capital Impedes Clean Energy to Developing Countries-IEA Report 1

According to the observatory, one of the key barriers is a high cost of capital, reflecting some real and perceived risks about investment in these economies.
15:49
15:49

African Union Receives 300m COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Offer from Russia Ministry of Health

This adds to the 270 million doses that the entity had previously secured from AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, which according to a statement released on Friday are all booked to be taken by countries in the first allocation phase through the online pre-ordering African Medical Supplies Platform (AMSP).
08:03
08:03

Africa Needs USD 12 Billion to Access COVID-19 Vaccine

This revelation was made at a teleconference meeting convened Tuesday evening following an announcement by global pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and BioNTec that their vaccine candidate was showing 90 per cent efficacy.
05:38
05:38

AU Asks Countries to Fund Nutrition in COVID-19 Response

“As COVID-19 cases rise in Africa, the impact on nutrition and food systems cannot be denied. The threat of this new virus requires us to adopt new ways of looking and overcoming malnutrition,” said former President of Ghana John Kufuor, an ALN founding member and Nutrition Champion.
13:59
13:59

Most African Countries Not Prepared for Coronavirus - WHO COVID -19 outbreak

Dr Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Director for Africa who attended the meeting said only 66 per cent of the countries have strengthened their capacity to investigate alerts and have improved infection prevention in health facilities and in the community.
07:01
07:01

AU Judicial Dialogue Suffers Language Interpretation Setbacks 4 2

When contacted for a comment, the President of the African Court on Human and People’s Rights Justice Sylvain Ore defended the organizational challenge the dialogue faced on the first day of the Conference saying all will be fine on the second day.
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15:31

Human Rights Violations Secondary to African Challenges - Museveni 3 1 Top story

He said that nature is oppressing mankind in terms of floods, droughts, earthquakes and diseases. According to Museveni, these issues should be at the heart of man’s priorities as opposed to Human Rights Violations manifested through colonialism, dictatorship, slave trade and other forms of violations.
06:52
06:52

Winnie Byanyima Leaves Oxfam to Head UNAIDS Human Rights 1 Top story

“I am honored to be joining UNAIDS as the Executive Director at such a critical time in the response to HIV,” Byanyima told UNAIDs shortly after her appointmen
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