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African Publishers Network Online
The African Publishers Network brings together national publishers associations from 43 countries in Africa. Read More...

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Roads Can Go a Long Way in Fighting Hunger
Firmino Mucavele, Chief Executive, NEPAD Secretariat asserted that overcoming a lack of infrastructure and the resulting post-harvest losses are key to fighting hunger in Africa. (World Economic Forum... Read More...

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Africa rising in partnership with China
Just over a decade ago, invite a Chinese company to do business in Africa and you would most likely be considered mad. Now, more and more Africans are turning to China for their imports and to attract... Read More...

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NEWSMAKER: Condoleezza Rice
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks with Jim Lehrer about the North Korea six-party talks, Iraq, and the crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan. by Jim Lehrer (Online NewsHour, 28 Jul 2005.) Read More...

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Plans to Expand Security Council May Be Frustrated for Now
In this article, Warren Hoge reports on the vaious attempts to expand the security council, in particualr the proposal prepared by the G-4 nations of Brazil, India, Japan and Germany. Hoge writes th... Read More...

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Seize the moment to turn Africa around
President Bush’s aid offer to Africa is an excellent start, however, Mr. Bush should reconsider British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s plan to double aid to Africa in what would be the most historically ... Read More...

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Penny-wise, Pound-foolish
The author comments on the lack of U.S. security involvement in the oil and raw materials rich Africa where China is making trade inroads. He shows that the Commander of USEUCOM is lobbying the Bush ... Read More...

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A First Step on African Aid
In the upcoming G-8 Summit in Scotland, President Bush must go beyond the usual rhetoric of promising hope to Africa, he must deliver. (New York Times, 14/06/05) Read More...

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United States can't afford to be so stingy with humanitarian aid.
Considering all the political turmoil British Prime Minister Tony Blair has gone through over supporting President Bush’s War in Iraq, the American president should have been more willing to assist hi... Read More...

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A noose, not a bracelet
The author argues that pleading for the oil rich Gulf States to save Africa is the wrong decision, the resource rich Africans need to save themselves. She goes to explain that Africa currently has th... Read More...

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AFRICAN AID: Not even half a loaf
Mr. Bush's recent aid pledge to Africa is crumbs, according to the author, especially when compared to British Prime Minister Tony Blair's aid proposal. But the author hopes that leading up to the G8... Read More...

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Neither famine nor feast
Although President Bush's aid pledge to Africa and climate control rhetoric were viewed as unfavorably by many Europeans; at least their is still hope in debt relief for the poorest nations. (The Gua... Read More...

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Politics: Women's Insight
The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) has tried with this survey to identify what change is attributable to the ever greater presence of women in politics and what their qualitative impact has been on p... Read More...

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Making Democracies Work: Social Capital and Civic Engagement in 47 Societies
The study establishes predictable patterns in the distribution of social capital around the world, and long-standing cultural traditions and historical legacies can help to explain the contrasts found... Read More...

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Promoting basic education for women and girls: A Survey in Africa
UNESCO undertook a survey to understand the extent to which Member Stat survey to understand the extent to which Member States had implemented the recommendations in terms of setting up appropriate st... Read More...

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Promoting basic education for women and girls: four African case studies
The four studies examine developments in both the fromal and the non-formal sectors of basic education in Ethipoia, Swaziland, Mozambique and burkina Faso. By Pai Obanya (2004, UNESCO) Read More...

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Never again: educational reconstruction in Rwanda
The study documents the strategies of the management of education in Rwanda since 1994 war and genocide. By Anna Obura (2003, Unesco) Read More...

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UN soldiers arrested in DR Congo
Six Moroccan soldiers serving as UN peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been arrested over sex abuse claims, Moroccan officials say. By Robert Walker (BBC News, 2/13/2005) Read More...

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Subject-based guide to African web sites and web content, the Jamboweb.com Network is a collection of online tools, services, and features Read More...

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Rich Nations Hampering WTO Deals
How powerful is the WTO becoming? Of this power how much is in the hands of the developed nations? Article discusses the negative opinion the Gulf states have of the WTO. (Gulf Daily News, 10.21.04) Read More...

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The Terrorist Threat in Africa
The Bush administration has focused on destroying al Qaeda in East Africa, but it has been slow to address less-visible terrorist threats elsewhere on the continent, such as Islamist extremism in Nige... Read More...

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BBC In Depth: AIDS in Africa
Aids kills some 6,000 people each day in Africa - more than wars, famines and floods. Millions of children are orphans, many more live with HIV or Aids. This special report, with correspondents’... Read More...

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The State of the Union
George W. Bush's 2003 address to Congress on State of the Union. (01/28/2003) Read More...

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African Policy
In Africa, promise and opportunity sit side by side with disease, war, and desperate poverty. This threatens both a core value of the United States— preserving human dignity—and our strategic priority... Read More...

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