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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) ...
UNHCR alarmed at brutal attacks by insurgent armed group in Mozambique

UNHCR alarmed at brutal attacks by insurgent armed group in Mozambique

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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is extremely alarmed at the tragic events in Palma, in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province. While verified information is scarce with Palma completely cut off, many men, women and children have fled their homes and found refuge in the surrounding bush. Others have been leaving Palma, trying to reach safety in other areas. Dozens have also reportedly been killed during the attacks. UNHCR is deeply concerned by the violence committed against civilians in Palma, including against women and children, who account for most of the internally displaced people in the country. Over a hundred displaced people arrived on Sunday by boat from Palma to Pemba, the capital of the Cabo Delgado province, while some 40 others were evacuated yesterday evening to Pemba on ...
Eleven Presidents from across Africa to pay their last respects to the late President John Magufuli, whose body will be set up tomorrow for mourning at the Jamhuri Stadium in the national capital Dodoma

Eleven Presidents from across Africa to pay their last respects to the late President John Magufuli, whose body will be set up tomorrow for mourning at the Jamhuri Stadium in the national capital Dodoma

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More than ten presidents from across the globe have confirmed to attend the burial of Tanzania's fifth president John Maguli, whose body will be set up for mourning in the national capital  Dodoma tomorrow, March 22. He will be buried on 26 March in Chato, Geita. The Presidents include, Uhuru Kenyatta(Kenya), Filipe Nyusi(Mozambique) Lazarus Chakwera(Malawi), Azali Assoumani(Comoro), Emmerson Mnangagwa(Zimbabwe), Edgar Lungu(Zambia), Mokwaeetsi Masisi(Botswana), Hage Geingob(Namibia) Cyril Ramaphosa(South Africa) and Felix Tshisekedi(DRC) Dr Magufuli, died of heart complications at the Mzena Memorial Hospital in Dar es Salaam on March 17, and his body will be laid to rest at his hometown of Chato in Geita Region on Friday, March 26, 2021. Magufuli is the first Tanzanian Presid...
Security agents are following up on reports that Malawian youngsters from various border districts are being trafficked for recruitment as insurgents in neighbouring Mozambique.

Security agents are following up on reports that Malawian youngsters from various border districts are being trafficked for recruitment as insurgents in neighbouring Mozambique.

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Recently, traditional leaders in Phalombe district’s Nambazo area have raised concern that a lot of young people and children are being trafficked across the border on the pretext of job opportunities. Speaking following her unannounced visit to the Malawi-Mozambique border in Phalombe, South-Eastern Region Police Commissioner Sekani Tembo reveals that she got the information from the Mozambican police.
Local Content Rises to Top of Mozambique’s Developmental Agenda (By Charné Hundermark)

Local Content Rises to Top of Mozambique’s Developmental Agenda (By Charné Hundermark)

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By prioritizing local content and capacity building, Mozambique seeks to transform foreign direct investment into long-term, sustainable socioeconomic growthOPINION PIECEMAPUTO, Mozambique, February 25, 2021/ -- By Charné HundermarkMozambique is experiencing an influx of investment across energy, agriculture, tourism, construction and mining sectors, positioning the country for transformative economic growth. The benefits of ongoing megaprojects, however, have the potential to extend beyond government revenues and critical infrastructure and to local capacity building and the assurance of sustainable socioeconomic improvement. In a bid to increase country-wide living standards and boost local participation in expanding sectors, Mozambique is prioritizing the expansion of local content pol...