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15:36
15:36

UNICEF Signs Agreement for Supply of 220m Single Dose COVID-19 Vaccine to Africa African Union

The new agreement implements the Advance Purchase Commitment (APC) signed between the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT) and Janssen earlier in March. The agreement secured an option to order another 180 million doses, bringing the maximum access up to a total of 400 million doses by the end of 2022
16:17
16:17

Ugandan MPs Sworn in to Pan African Parliament African Union 1

Uganda’s representatives are Haniffa Bangirana Kawooya, the MP Mawogola West mp (NRM), Felix Okot Ogong the Dokolo South (NRM), Juliet Achayo Lodou the Ngora MP (NRM), Eric Musana the Buyaga East MP (Independent), and Patrick Nsamba Oshabe the Kassanda North (NUP).
18:14
18:14

UVRI Boss Moots for Private Sector Inclusion as Africa Pursues Own COVID-19 Vaccine Africa CDC 1 2

Kaleebu who was commenting on the deliberations at the meeting told URN that already UVRI is in early stages of working on a Messenger RNA vaccine but their biggest challenge like elsewhere is having to rely on foreign funding.
16:59
16:59

Politics, Internet Access Key Concerns Among Young People in Africa-report African Union

The report dubbed Your Voice Your Future that brought together results and recommendations from four U- Report polls across Africa and Europe also found participation in decision making, quality education and internet access among the main concerns for children and young people both in Africa and Europe.
11:11
11:11

CDC Unveils COVID-19 Vaccines Pre-Order Programme for Africa African Union

As the programme was being launched on Thursday, the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) also announced that the entity will be facilitating payments by providing advance procurement commitment guarantees of up to USD 2 billion to the manufacturers on behalf of member countries.
07:59
07:59

AU Appeals for Stable and Peaceful Environment’ For Burundi Polls AU Commission

In a joint statement issued together with the United Nations on Sunday, the partners said they have been following the electoral campaign and remain concerned about reports of intimidation and violent clashes between supporters of opposing sides.
11:41
11:41

Peer Review Mechanism to Adopt Museveni’s Bottlenecks to Africa's Development government 2 1

Prof. Eddy Maloka, APRM Chief Executive Officer, says the agency feels that the bottlenecks highlight almost all the cross-cutting issues which are affecting all states in the continent.
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