- News -


Here are the news to keep you informed ...
439 entries

News

Sexual Reproductive Rights: Geneva…

15.01.2023 Maria Carlota Ngombe Victor Tati

Sexual and Reproductive Rights … Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research … Home … Think tank … +Topics … Abortion … Adolescents development … Complex emergencies … Family planning … Female genital mutilation … Fetal rights … People…

read more ...

News

Planning land use and access in Tanzania:

14.01.2023 Isabella Nchimbi

Planning land use and access in Tanzania: women have their say … Guest blogger Isabella Nchimbi describes how an innovative project captures the perspectives of women in rural communities to inform land use planning. A program officer at Tanzania…

read more ...

News

Tanzania: Samia Suluhu Hassan’s first year…

14.01.2023 All Africa News

Tanzania got its first woman president after the unexpected passing of former president John Pombe Magufuli. Having served as vice president and as a respected member of parliament, few doubted Hassan’s qualifications as the leader of the Republic.

read more ...

News

UN: Finland launch 4-year project

14.01.2023 UN Communique

 (UN) to promote women’s leadership and economic rights at local levels in Tanzania … UN Women has launched a 4-year project on strengthening women’s and girls’ meaningful participation, leadership, and economic rights (WLER) at local levels. The $9…

read more ...

News

Training Opportunities for Women and Youth…

14.01.2023 All Africa News

Training Opportunities on Climate-Resilient Livelihoods Through the Development of Small and Medium Agribusiness Enterprises …   … UNITAR … 8 December 2022, Geneva, Switzerland - The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and…

read more ...

News

African Permanent Seat at Security Council

14.01.2023 All Africa News

German and French Ministers Call for African Permanent Seats on UNSC … German Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Annalena Baerbock, left, and Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs France, Catherine Colonna, 2nd right, visit the African Union…

read more ...