KAMPALA, UGANDA – Nearly one-third of Uganda’s new HIV infections occur among 15-to-25-year-olds, who say that although there has been progress, stigma is still a problem. To raise awareness ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1, Uganda holds an …"Ugandan Pageant Fights HIV Stigma"
Corruption, poor economies, political autonomy and personal freedom are among the many issues driving demonstrators’ demands for reform around the world.
Algeria. In February, after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his intent to run for a fifth term, an estimated 3 …"Global Protests in 2019: Demonstrators Around World Demand Reform"
H.E. Dr Workneh Gebeyehu officially took over responsibility for the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) during a ceremony held as part of the 13th Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government in Addis Ababa yesterday Nov. 29.
The Prime …"IGAD COUNTRIES LEADERS APPLAUD DR WORKNEH’S APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY"
YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – Three international organizations have ended an official visit to Cameroon with a call for efforts to restore security, justice and the conditions for the resumption of normal life in English-speaking northwest and southwest regions of the country …"Commonwealth, AU, OIF Call for Peace and Unity in Cameroon"
The County Government of Garissa in collaboration with the national government, UNICEF and the Kenya Red Cross has started distribution of food and non-food items to flood victims displaced after river Tana burst its bank last weekend.
Over 1,000 families …"Displaced Flood Victims Finally Get Help"
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has reaffirmed her commitment to ensuring mothers have access to antenatal care and skilled deliveries so as to eliminate obstetric fistula and maternal morbidity.
The First Lady called for concerted efforts to ensure women, especially those …"First Lady Margaret Kenyatta Reaffirms Her Commitment To Enhancing Access To Maternal Healthcare"