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Million Trees National Initiative Uganda (MTNi-Ug) launches it’s green activities in Rukungiri District at Rukungiri District Headquarters

Million Trees National Initiative Uganda (MTNi-Ug) launches it’s green activities in Rukungiri District at Rukungiri District Headquarters

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Mr Byamungu Elias (CAO Rukungiri District) Vs Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha (CEO MTNi-Ug) while receiving the MTNi-Ug Forest Development Plan For Rukungiri District For the Period of 2019 to 2029. MTNi-Ug is abroad based Organization that also improve Household income, Food Security and Agro-industrialization by donating short term plants like Vegetable seeds, Organic fertilizers and pesticides to peasants, Fruit plant Seedlings for Agroforestry in Uganda. District leaders lead by Chief Administrative Officer Mr Byamungu Elias, Ass. RDC, Production Officer, all in place for the launch Mr Byamungu Elias (CAO Rukungiri District) Vs Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha (CEO MTNi-Ug) growing a Fruit tree at Rukungiri District Headquarters. Million Trees National Initiative Uganda (MTNi-Ug) ...
African Heads of State call on world leaders to increase investment in International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to end rural hunger and poverty

African Heads of State call on world leaders to increase investment in International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to end rural hunger and poverty

AFRICA, FAO, WFP
Opinion PieceIFAD aims to deliver an overall programme of work of US$10 billion for the IFAD12 period (2022–2024), with over half of investments allocated to AfricaROME, Italy, October 19, 2020/ -- Ten African Heads of State have issued a strong call to other world leaders to increase their funding to the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) (www.IFAD.org) or risk jeopardizing Sustainable Development Goal targets for eradicating poverty and hunger, particularly in Africa.“We share IFAD’s vision of vibrant rural communities where people live free from poverty and hunger,” wrote the leaders of of Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Kenya, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo in letters to their counterparts in Europe, North America, the Middle East,...

Coronavirus: Somalia Humanitarian Bulletin

AFRICA, FAO, WFP, World Health Organization
Aid workers scale-up COVID-19 response as Government gradually opens the economyGENEVA, Switzerland, October 18, 2020/ -- HIGHLIGHTS More than 1.3 million people are currently food insecure, as 849,000 children face acute malnutrition due to cumulative shocks. Desert locusts since January continue to threaten food security in northern Somalia. At least 167,000 people are displaced by seasonal floods since September. Aid workers scale-up COVID-19 response as Government gradually opens the economy. Somalia Humanitarian Fund allocates US$9 million for flood responseDownload Report: https://bit.ly/3o2IonyKEY FIGURES5.2MPeople in Need2.6MPeople Displaced by since March 2020167KPeople Displaced by floods since 1 September2.1MPeople food insecure through December 2020849KAcutely malnourished chi...