Friday, May 30, 2008

NEPAD ISSUE 227

30 May 2008

ENGLISH EDITION

Issue 227

01 NEPAD chief launches the New Africa Rice Initiative at international conference in Japan

02 NEPAD CAADP progress briefing for key stakeholders at TICADIV

03 Partners urged to increase their role in Africa's efforts against high food, fuel prices

04 NEPAD advisor to head regional office of the World Conservation Union

05 International presidency for Professor Nkuhlu

06 Looking for Africa's Women in Science

07 Competition for young professionals in science

08 NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund

09 NEPAD TV schedule

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Sunday, May 25, 2008

NEPAD NEWSLETTER MAY 2008 - issue 226

23 May 2008

Issue 226

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01 Africa Day messages from the AU and NEPAD

02 NEPAD chief talks about key action priorities with United Nations development group in Vienna

03 NEPAD workshop search for ways to help African countries to solve their food problems

04 Progress with CAADP to be discussed in Japan

05 Strengthening the links between Canada, NEPAD and the AU

06 NEPAD-Spanish Fund call for completed documents

07 NEPAD TV schedule

08 Calendar of events

09 Contact us

10 Mailing list

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

NEPAD 225 NEWSLETTER

25 May 2008

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Issue 225

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.01 NEPAD looks at African agriculture for answers to crisis problems of high food prices

.02 Pan-African Parliament views on Africa's food crisis

.03 NEPAD conference shows the way to promote tourism in Africa

.04 South African diplomats visit NEPAD Secretariat

.05 Trainee journalists learn about NEPAD and its programmes

.06 Celebrating with Ethiopia

.07 More disbursements from the NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund

.08 NEPAD TV schedule

.09 Calendar of events

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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Children with guns

Perhaps Robert Mugabe is a great old man, but has been going senile steadily for a long time. Like so many other old people, he reverted back to his childhood as a freedom fighter. In his mind he really believes that Great Britain is the enemy. He may come over as an honest man with great integrity, which he is, except for the senility, which makes him relive the past.

It is also possible that children with guns, are running Zimbabwe.

That may account for the discrepancies of what happens in Zimbabwe, and what Mr. Mugabe reveals to the international community.

Is Mr. Mugabe the mascot and a front for the child army and their terror campaign?

Just think about it, it is possible.

No election in Zimbabwe can be fair after the torturing and killing many of the opposition.

Many of people not cast their votes in the next election in fear of retaliation.

14-05-2008 Granny White





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Saturday, May 10, 2008

NEPAD NEWSLETTER Issue 224


01 TICAD in Japan sees Africa as a continent of hope and opportunities

.02 NEPAD tourism conference aims to spread the benefits across Africa

.03 FAO expert tells MPs about the effects of high food prices on Africa

.04 Good governance – and its relevance in Africa

.05 Pan-African Parliament discusses peace, security – and the Zimbabwe elections

.06 Social movement to involve grassroots communities in decision-making and delivery

.07 First disbursements from NEPAD-Spanish Women’s Fund

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NEPAD NEWSLETTER Issue 223

NEPAD NEWSLETTER Issue 223

.01 Not the NEPAD Secretariat

.02 Gabon diplomat new Chairman of African Union Commission

.03 Young diplomats learn about NEPAD and progress before being posted overseas

.04 Setting the scene to involve grassroots communities in their own development

.05 Regional training workshop on science and technology

.06 All demo e-Schools now in place in Uganda

.07 NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund disbursements to start

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NEPAD NEWSLETTER Issue 223

NEPAD NEWSLETTER Issue 223

.01 Not the NEPAD Secretariat

.02 Gabon diplomat new Chairman of African Union Commission

.03 Young diplomats learn about NEPAD and progress before being posted overseas

.04 Setting the scene to involve grassroots communities in their own development

.05 Regional training workshop on science and technology

.06 All demo e-Schools now in place in Uganda

.07 NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund disbursements to start

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Saturday, May 03, 2008

War a Global Cancer

3-08-2008

2008 THE YEAR THAT STARTED A WAR THAT WIPED OUT THE WORLD, AS WE KNOW IT?

Could 2008 be the year when the world looked on how one madman destroyed a beautiful country and did nothing – or not enough - to put an end to it?

One can think of Robert Mugabe as a cancer cell (in a body) attacking a beautiful healthy organ.

Robert Mugabe happens to be one of the African Brotherhood that fought oppression. This cancer could easily spread to nearby organs if it is not surgically removed before doing so.

This cancer may also infiltrate the far-off nodes, of the lymphatic system, in the body if not removed.

We know that China is supplying arms to Zimbabwe.

Soon the whole body (world) will be in a fight for survival once the nodes carry the cancer to other organs.

We know on which side China will be during a world war, after all she is supplying Zimbabwe with arms. Who will Japan support?

Has Hiroshima been forgotten and forgiven?

The best and only treatment for cancer is surgery at an early stage.


25 April 2008 | ENGLISH EDITION | Issue 222


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01 Rwanda is enthusiastic about NEPAD and its development objectives

02 NEPAD e-Schools praised as the key to bridging the digital divide in Africa

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03 Getting to know the PAP

04 CAADP progress in Uganda

05 NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund

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21 April 2008 | ENGLISH EDITION | Issue 221

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. The NEPAD Secretariat would like to apologise for the delay in sending you this issue of the Dialogue due to circumstances beyond our control.

.01 Trained by NEPAD - a young reporter from Ghana tells about the Pan-African Parliament

02 TV and radio journalists praise NEPAD's "train the trainer" programme

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03 NEPAD e-Africa Commission and Global Digital Solidarity Fund to work together

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04 Soaring food prices stress urgency of increasing fertilizer use by African farmers

05 NEPAD-Spanish Women's Fund

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