International Humanitarian Organization Delivers First Virus Prevention Information to Marginalized and Remote Communities Through Global Grassroots Efforts MINNEAPOLIS, July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alight, formerly known as the American Refugee Committee, is proud to share that the IN OUR HANDS campaign has officially reached 100 million people worldwide. The campaign, which was created in conjunction […]"Alight’s COVID-19 Health Messaging Campaign IN OUR HANDS Reaches 100 Million People Worldwide"
BEIJING, July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A news report by China.org.cn on Unified specification on F5G to empower industry growth: Expert. Unified specifications on the fifth generation of the fixed network (F5G) should be formulated to meet rising demand for higher and faster broadband network and empower industrial growth, an expert said Wednesday. Dr. Jiang Ming, […]"Unified specification on F5G to empower industry growth: Expert"
The government has extended coffee trading licenses for another one year. This comes barely two days after the Nairobi coffee exchange failed to hoard coffee trading as the row between marketing agents and Capital Markets Authrotity (CMA) deepened. The extension of the licenses comes after the 2019/2020 coffee year expired on June 30, 2020 compelling the Coffee marketing agents to reapply afresh for the document amid claims the exercise lacked crucial structures. Agriculture and fisheries…"State Extends Coffee Trading License"
As cases of gender-based violence, early marriages and teenage pregnancies rise under the current grip of the Covid-19 pandemic, a Non-governmental organization has launched a programme in Nakuru, to help victims overcome trauma associated with the vices. Through funding from the Aga Khan Foundation and United States International Aid Agency (USAID), Youth African Women Initiative (YAWI) is also working with creative artists and content developers to produce material on detection, prevention and legal remedies of…"Initiative To Curb Increase In Gender Based Violence Rolled Out In Nakuru"