Whale Cloud lance une suite SSM/OSS basée dans le cloud en partenariat avec Alibaba Cloud

NANJING, Chine, 22 juin 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Whale Cloud a annoncé aujourd’hui le lancement de sa suite de solutions de télécommunications basées dans le cloud – la plateforme d’activation commerciale numérique (Digital Business Enablement Platform (D-BEP)) ZSmart et la boîte à outils de services de transformation numérique : Digital Telco Maturity Map (DTMM), Standard Operating Process […]

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Whale Cloud Launches Cloud-based BSS/OSS Suite in Partnership with Alibaba Cloud

NANJING, China, June 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Whale Cloud announced the launch of its cloud-based telecom solution suite today – ZSmart Digital Business Enablement Platform (D-BEP) and digital transformation service toolkit: Digital Telco Maturity Map (DTMM), Standard Operating Process (SOP) and Digitalization Metrics, and a slew of zero-provisioning telco offerings over Alibaba Cloud, the data intelligence […]

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Xinhua Silk Road : FAW Commercial Vehicles recrute des distributeurs dans 35 pays du monde entier

PÉKIN, 22 juin 2020 /PRNewswire/ — China FAW Commercial Vehicles, branche de FAW Group Co., société d’État de construction automobile basée dans la province du Jilin au nord-est de la Chine, est en train de recruter des distributeurs dans 35 pays du monde entier. Les pays ciblés comprennent le Viêt Nam, le Laos et la Malaisie en […]

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Thirty-nine organisations call on governments to ensure access to asylum seekers during COVID-19 pandemic

A coalition of international, national, and refugee-led organizations in the Horn, East and Central Africa (HECA) have today called on governments in the region to reopen borders for asylum seekers. The organisations are calling on governments to put in place measures that manage the current health emergency while ensuring asylum seekers can seek protection.    Countries in the HECA region host approximately 4.6 million refugees and asylum seekers and have a long history of receiving asylum seekers and providing them with protection. Before the pandemic, the countries continuously received new…

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Europe Resettlement: January – December 2019

In 2019, just over 33,800 refugees were submitted by UNHCR for resettlement1 to 20 countries in Europe.2 This represents a 5% increase from the total submissions in 2018; and was nearly double the average rate of 17,800 submissions per year during the previous 10 years. Three countries that received smaller numbers of resettlement submissions in 2018 have not received submissions during 2019.3 Europe’s proportion of UNHCR facilitated resettlement submissions globally in 20194 was 41%. Between 2009 and 2016, this proportion increased from 10% to 18%, before substantially increasing to 52%…

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West Africa Seasonal Monitor (01-10 June 2020)

• In early June, certain areas over Sahel, across SE, Northern and Western Senegal, most of Mali, northern and western Burkina Faso, Eastern Niger, half North Chad Sahelian Belt, benefited from normal to wetter conditions. However, rainfall deficit have predominated across most of West Africa over the past two months (mid-May and early June) across a wide region from Guinea across Cote d’Ivoire to northern Benin and in eastern areas across southern Chad and CAR as well south western Senegal. • Vegetation condition is being affected by this early season…

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High-level Interactive Dialogue on human Rights situation in the Central African Republic, 17 June 2020

At the outset, I would like to welcome the Government’s participation in this high-level dialogue, represented by its Ambassador of the Central African Republic to the United Nations in Geneva, H.E. Mr. Leopold SAMBA. I send my best regards to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for the Central African Republic, Mr. Mankeur Ndiaye, who could not join us today due to urgent matters on the ground, and welcome his new Deputy SRSG for the Central African Republic, Ms Lizbeth Cullity. I would also like to welcome the new Independent…

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Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, 22 June 2020 – Central African Republic, Somalia, Syria, Afghanistan, Malawi

I will start off today with the Security Council, where, this morning, the head of the UN peace operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, said the political situation in the Central African Republic remains fragile and dominated by preparations for the presidential and legislative elections, which are scheduled for this December. Speaking about the volatile security situation, Mr. Lacroix said armed groups in the country — including signatories of the peace agreement — have acknowledged the Secretary‑General’s appeal for a global ceasefire, while, at the same time, are still using violence for expansionist…

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