Journalistes et intellectuels, que devons-nous faire dans un monde où 358 milliardaires détiennent davantage de richesse que près de la moitié de la population de la planète ? Où le Mozambique, bien qu’un quart des enfants y meurent de maladies infectieuses avant l’âge de cinq ans, consacre deux fois (…) / Mondialisation – 1997/06
Vingt et un pays admis à bénéficier de l’aide de l’Association internationale de développement (Ida) dont le Sénégal sont ciblés par le programme de discrimination positive pour le financement en faveur des femmes en Afrique (Afawa) de la Banque africaine de développement (Bad) qui a obtenu 61,8 millions de dollars, soit près de 40 milliards … Continue reading “Près de 40 milliards pour le financement des femmes en Afrique : 21 pays dont le Sénégal ciblés”
CPC Corporation, Taiwan, is partnering with Japan’s JERA Co. Inc. on a long-term agreement to procure liquefied natural gas from Mozambique, the state-run energy supplier announced May 13. Under the accord inked with Mozambique LNG1 Company Pte. Ltd., CPC and JERA will co-purchase 1.6 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) for a base term of … Continue reading “CPC, Japan’s JERA sign deal to co-purchase LNG from Mozambique”
London, May 14, 2019 (AltAfrica)-The Governing Committee of the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) has approved a funding allocation of $61.8 million for the African Development Bank’s Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) program. We-Fi is a partnership among 14 donor governments, eight multilateral development banks, and other public and private sector stakeholders, established … Continue reading “AFDB gets $61.8m support to boost African women entrepreneurs project”
Source : Proche & Moyen-Orient, Richard Labévière, 08-04-2019 Diego-Suarez (Antsiranana)/Tananarive (Antananarivo), 5 avril. Lumière fracassante du petit matin. Mouettes et cormorans virevoltent dans le sillage d’écume annonçant la terre qui cambre sa croupe végétale à l’horizon. A bâbord, le bras de mer qui ouvre la passe d’accès au port de Diégo est flanqué d’une fortification … Continue reading “Madagascar : Nouvelles razzias chinoises… Par Richard Labévière”
Photograph Source: I, Dfrg.msc – CC BY-SA 3.0 The architects of “regime change” in Venezuela and Iran know only too well that their interventions never bring about anything beyond chaos, destruction and death. Our Overlords are not deluded, pie-in-the-sky dreamers but clear-sighted, rational merchants of nightmares. Where we see endless despair and violence as a … Continue reading “A Permanent, Soylent-Based Solution to Capitalism”
London, May 5, 2019 (AltAfrica)-African nationals living in South Africa, whether as undocumented migrants, asylum-seekers, refugees, or citizens have long struggled for full inclusion in society. But advocates say their situation has worsened as elections approach and that the rise of global nationalism, particularly in the US from President Donald Trump, is to blame South … Continue reading “Populism, nationalist rhetoric and the unending agony of Africans in South Africa”
Oxfam and international and local partners are planning to help people in Mozambique hit by a second devastating cyclone in less than six weeks. Oxfam is part of the COSACA consortium with Save the Children and Care now assessing people’s needs …
29 April, PEMBA – Save the Children is calling on the international community to commit additional resources to the emergency relief efforts in the wake of Cyclone Idai and Cyclone Kenneth, which have battered parts of Mozambique, Tanzania and Malawi …
Le bilan du passage du cyclone Kenneth sur l’extrême nord du Mozambique la semaine dernière s’est…
London, April 29, 2019 (AltAfrica)-The United Nations will grant Mozambique and the Comoros Islands $13 million in emergency funds to help provide food and water and repair damage to infrastructure, the organisation said late on Sunday, after the second cyclone in a month slammed into the region. Cyclone Kenneth crashed into the northern province of the … Continue reading “UN grants $13 million emergency fund to Mozambique for Cyclone Kenneth damage”
Tearfund’s team responding to the devastating Cyclone Idai in Mozambique are having a tense wait as Cyclone Kenneth hits the nation just six weeks on.
London, April 26, 2019 (AltAfrica)-Compulsory evacuations have begun in northern Mozambique where a powerful tropical cyclone is expected to make landfall by early Friday, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated the central part of the country and left hundreds dead. AFP reports that authorities resorted to compulsory evacuations in cases where residents resisted warnings … Continue reading “Mozambique begins compulsory evacuations as Cyclone Kenneth makes landfall”
Emergency measures are being stepped up by the UN and partners in northern Mozambique, amid fears that another devastating tropical storm could batter coastal areas on Thursday evening, weeks after Cyclone Idai claimed hundreds of lives and flooded …
London, April 25, 2019 (AltAfrica)-The Agriculture Fast Track Fund (AFT), hosted by the African Development Bank, has announced $ 3,390,000 funding for 17 new small and medium enterprises, SMEs in the agriculture sector as part of its transformative support for food security, income enhancement, job creation, and improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Africa. … Continue reading “SMEs farmers in Nigeria, Ghana, six other African countries get $3m grant from AFDB, partners”
Le Cap a frôlé le « Jour zéro » – celui où l’eau ne coule plus des robinets – en août 2018. ShutterstockLes phénomènes météorologiques extrêmes, comme le cyclone Idai, qui a récemment dévasté Beira (Mozambique) et l’ouragan Harvey qui a frappé Houston (États-Unis) en 2017, constituent des situations d’urgence climatique auxquelles les villes doivent de plus … Continue reading “La gestion de la sècheresse au Cap peut servir d’exemple à d’autres villes”
More than 3,400 classrooms damaged or destroyed by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, says UN Children’s Fund
The Reconnaissance General Bureau, North Korea’s equivalent to the CIA, has trained up the world’s greatest bank-robbing crews. In just the past few years, RGB hackers have struck more than 100 banks and cryptocurrency exchanges around the world, pilfering more than $650 million. That we know of. It was among the greatest heists against a United … Continue reading “Zero Fucks Given. Sanctioned North Korea Makes Due by Cyber-Robbing World Banks”
One month on from devastating Cyclone Idai, Oxfam and its local partner organisations in Mozambique are still finding thousands of isolated people cut off from any aid or rescue.
« En dehors du fait que les méthodes d’exploitation ne correspondent pas au niveau de développement social, mais aux conditions accidentelles et fort inégales dans lesquelles les producteurs sont individuellement placés, nous assistons dans ces deux formes [petite et grande culture] à une exploitation gaspilleuse des ressources du sol au lieu d’une culture consciencieuse et … Continue reading “Capitalocène, racisme environnemental et écoféminisme”
Donald Trump is a narcissistic boor who tells lies with a casual indifference that might be regarded with amusement (“My father is German, was German, born in a very wonderful place in Germany”) were he not a malevolent poseur with all the style and attraction of a sock full of wet spaghetti. He is a spiteful mendacious … Continue reading “Pity About No Collusion, But They’ve Still Got the Cold War to Heat Up”
New Zealand’s aid agencies are urgently responding to the Mozambique crisis, following the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai.
By Yves Engler. Second in a four-part series on the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The first installment in this series discussed how NATO was set up partly to blunt the European Left. The other major factor driving the creation of NATO was a desire to bolster colonial authority and bring the … Continue reading “Defence of European Empires was Original NATO Goal”
Around 900,000 doses of cholera vaccine arrived in Mozambique on Tuesday to help stave off a possible epidemic, after the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai, amid reports that the disease has already infected more than 1,000 people in affected …