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High-level Talks: Somali President Holds Strategic Meeting with Russian Ambassador to Address Security and Humanitarian Concerns

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud recently had a meeting with the Russian Ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov, in Mogadishu. The discussions mainly revolved around security, social, and humanitarian issues. President Mohamud expressed his gratitude towards Russia for their generous support in Somalia's HIPC debt relief process. However, the details of the meeting were not disclosed by the Somali government. In March, Somalia successfully managed to cancel 99% of its debt owed to the Paris Club of creditor nations. Countries…

Nuno Urges Premier League to Address PSR Controversy Amidst Forest Appeal Decision

The Premier League should clarify soon regarding Nottingham Forest's appeal against a four-point deduction for financial rules violations according to Nuno Espirito Santo. Everton also received an eight-point deduction for separate breaches, but Forest is feeling the pressure. Nuno's team is on thin ice as they sit one point above 18th-placed Luton Town awaiting the appeal outcome, with many clubs feeling the impact of the lack of transparency. No update on the appeal yet, making the situation murky and leaving them…

Harnessing Tradition and Innovation: African Farmers’ Solutions to Climate Change

James Tshuma, a small farmer, exhibits his homegrown vegetables in his small garden in Mangwe district, Zimbabwe, on March 22, 2024. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) From ancient farming techniques in Zimbabwe to modern greenhouse technology in Somalia, African farmers are embracing the past and future to address climate change. Africa, with its youthful population, bears the brunt of a warming planet despite having minimal contributions to the issue. Farmers are racing to ensure the growing population has enough to eat.…

Farmers in Africa Embrace Traditional and Modern Solutions for Climate Change Mitigation

In Machakos, Kenya, farmers select climate-smart beans. Amidst drought in Zimbabwe, traditional farming methods are being revived. Organic fertilizers are used to combat poor soil fertility in sub-Saharan Africa. Drought-resistant crops are gaining popularity, replacing exotic white corn. The transition to greenhouse farming is providing sustainable livelihoods in Somalia. A climate-smart bean variety named "Nyota" is helping Kenyan farmers increase their yields. The new bean assures quick maturation even in times of…

Reviving Ancient Wisdom: African Farmers Embrace Tradition and Innovation to Combat Climate Change

In Machakos, Kenya, farmers are adopting climate-smart beans to combat climate change. From ancient farming techniques in Zimbabwe to modern greenhouse technology in Somalia, African farmers are adapting to the challenges posed by a changing climate. Africa, home to the world's youngest population, is disproportionately affected by climate change despite contributing little to the problem. As a result, farmers are under pressure to feed the growing population. Despite having more than 60% of the world's uncultivated…

Kenya has set aside 30 million USD to address the flooding situation as the number of fatalities climbs to 70.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua announced that Kenya has allocated 4 billion shillings to address the severe flooding caused by heavy rains in the country. The government is taking steps to prevent further disasters from the ongoing rains, despite the meteorological department's warning of continued heavy rainfall for the next three days. Since the heavy rainfall began, 70 people have died, 22 have been injured, and eight are missing. A total of 131,179 people have been affected by the floods, with plans in place to…

President of Northeastern State to address Parliament on the current situation in

Somalia Northeastern State - Said Abdullahi Deni, the president of Somalia's northeastern federal state, is expected to speak to parliament after his return from Mogadishu, where he spent a month in electoral negotiations that ended without a result last week. Speaking to Garowe Online, lawmakers have confirmed that President Deni will deliver a speech on Northeastern State's position on the current standoff in Somalia at the State Assembly on Thursday. "MEPs have been notified of the key session via a text message…

Ceni announces measures to address the issue

To vote in Sunday's presidential election, Chadians registered to vote must present their ballot papers. Problem: some will not have it for the vote because they could not pick it up at the distribution offices. Impossible to know the exact number of voters without cards. Ceni has made new arrangements, she said in a press release released on April 9, two days before the vote. Provisions that are…

Access to drinking water for all in Africa: French companies are trying to address this

Ensuring access to drinking water for the entire world's population remains a major challenge, especially in Africa where only one in four people can get drinking water and benefit from basic sanitation. Like other companies specializing in the water and sanitation sector, the French group Véolia, which operates in about ten African countries, is trying to meet the challenge of making drinking water…

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