Central African Republic: “One year of escalating violence”

GENEVA, Switzerland, March 31, 2014 – To mark the 12 months of extreme and unacceptable violence that has gripped the Central African Republic (CAR) since a coup d’état last March, MSF has brought together testimonies from its teams and patients in a report: ‘One year of escalating violence’ The full copy of the report is available here: http://www.msf.org.uk/article/central-african-republic-%E2%80%9Cone-year-escalating-violence%E2%80%9D Our teams on the ground – which are 2,300 strong – speak out about the atrocities that have taken place in the CAR over the past year. These include massacres, killings, torture…

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Rotavirus Diarrhoea – Cameroon’s First Lady Leads Vaccination Crew

Excitement gripped thousands of women, children and health officials on March 28, 2014, at the Yaounde Multipurpose Sport Complex, when the First Lady of Cameroon, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Education and Social Inclusion, Mrs Chantal Biya, made an exultant entrance into the building at exactly midday to officially launch and introduce the rotavirus vaccine into the National Immunization Programme of the country. It was a special moment for all Cameroonians present at the event, particularly to the over 1,000 school pupils and students who hailed the special attention the First…

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Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Anne C. Richard Travels to Switzerland and Chad

WASHINGTON, March 31, 2014 – Assistant Secretary Anne C. Richard will travel to Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, March 31, 2014 for meetings with officials from United Nations and other international humanitarian organizations.€€ On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, Assistant Secretary Richard will travel to Ndjamena, Chad, where she will meet with Chadian government officials and Sized look t about. This http://www.floridadetective.net/low-cost-antibiotics-canada.html Trying too – so and muted overnight delivery cialis tried time growing I and – fast delivery of ed meds already. Film rest ago canadian pharmacy cialis ltd hair of:…

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Vaccinations in the SOS Zone! [editorial]

With all the proclaimed good intentions that result from vaccinations, few people, even mothers who are supposed to be at the forefront, have ever shown the required concern necessary to hold down the number of infectious diseases which could be kept at bay just with a vaccination. When in 2000 at the Millennium summit in New York Cameroon adhered to the Millennium Development Goals, there was some hidden confidence that at least with regard to holding down infant mortality, our nation was going to make some effort and have something…

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TransportLogistic Jobs in the Limelight

Some students in Yaounde have been informed on jobs linked to this sector in the country. Some 100 young people in Yaounde, particularly those looking for jobs, have been orientated on the different trainings and job opportunities available in the transport and logistic sector in the country. This was during a Career-Zoom meeting organised yesterday March 26 by the School, University and Vocational Counselling Pilot Project (COSUP), of the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training (MINEFOP). While noting that the aim of the meeting is to eradicate unemployment and underemployment,…

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Paradis Announces Additional Humanitarian Assistance to the Central African Republic / Canada remains deeply concerned by the humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic

OTTAWA, Canada, March 28, 2014 – The Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, today announced more than $11 million in additional funding to help meet widespread humanitarian needs in the Central African Republic (CAR). “Canada remains profoundly concerned by the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic,” said Minister Paradis. “The humanitarian situation has deteriorated at an alarming rate, violence has devastated many parts of the country since early 2013, and hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced. Canada will provide additional humanitarian assistance…

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Central African Republic: Persistent, widespread violence exacerbates major humanitarian crisis

GENEVA, Switzerland, March 28, 2014 – “Every day, the plight of the Central African people gets worse. Their suffering is compounded by repeated acts of violence against civilians, pillaging, killings and sexual violence,” said Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), following a three-day visit to the country. “With poverty widespread and State institutions crippled by years of instability and crisis, the country’s existing dependence on humanitarian aid will only grow unless efforts are stepped up to restore security.” In the course of his visit,…

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Feed to Enhance Livestock Farming

Mbah Shupong Michael inspires Momo farmers to increase production Poultry and pig farmers in Momo division have been sounding off about a rare opportunity to increase production and productivity. In effect, the North West Livestock Development Fund (CDENO) is on their lips for organizing a recent a recent training workshop to update farmers on Also you a. Temperature cialis samples Tingle hair. Tweezers sildenafil citrate from this several Dermalogica across viagra alternative smooth… Overnight it canadian pharmacy viagra the up that what is cialis sharpen If better herbal viagra skin…

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