FMC Corporation annonce un changement de direction dans la région EMEA

PHILADELPHIE, 15 avril 2021 /PRNewswire/ — FMC Corporation (NYSE : FMC), une entreprise mondiale de premier plan dans le domaine des sciences agricoles, a annoncé aujourd’hui que Marc Hullebroeck, vice-président de FMC et président de la région Europe, Moyen-Orient et Afrique (EMEA), prendra sa retraite à la fin du mois de juin 2021. Sebastia Pons, actuellement directeur de la […]

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NetJets Shares First Biannual Global Sustainability Program Progress Update

The World’s Largest Private Aviation Company Furthers Its Commitment to Sustainable Aviation COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NetJets, the leader in private aviation with more than 760 aircraft worldwide, today releases its first biannual update following the launch of its expanded Global Sustainability Program in October 2020. Since the program announcement, NetJets has […]

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Micro Insurance Company and TanManagement Join Hands in Africa

NEW YORK, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Micro Insurance Company (MIC) – the world’s first end-to-end digital insurance platform – is partnering with TanManagement Insurance Brokers Limited to grow digital insurance in Tanzania. Micro Insurance Company’s mission is to provide a simple safety net, so when the unexpected happens, people are able to bounce […]

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FMC Corporation announces executive leadership change in EMEA region

PHILADELPHIA, April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — FMC Corporation (NYSE: FMC), a leading global agricultural sciences company, today announced Marc Hullebroeck, FMC vice president and president of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, will retire from the company at the end of June 2021.  He will be succeeded by Sebastia Pons, currently director of […]

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West and Central Africa — A Region on the Move: Mobility Trends in West and Central Africa (January — December 2020)

Migration is an integral part of life in West and Central Africa, a long tradition embedded in its historical, economic, social and cultural fabric. The region is a pivotal area of mobility, home to strong intraregional migration and, thanks to its strategic location at the crossroads, close exchanges with other regions. Home to an estimated population of 459 million, of which 43 per cent are under the age of 15, the region hosted 9,5 million international migrants in 20203. Diverse economic opportunities throughout the region, seasonal and circular movements and…

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Concluding Financing for Development Forum, Ministers Reaffirm Commitment to Strengthen Multilateral Cooperation, Solidarity in Combating Ill Effects of COVID-19

Economic and Social Council 2021 Session, Forum on Financing for Development, 3rd Meeting (AM) Equitable, Affordable Vaccine Access for All Key to Global Recovery, Outcome Document States, Highlighting Disproportionate Impact on Developing Countries Ministers and other high-level officials concluded the 2021 Forum on Financing for Development Follow-up today, reaffirming their commitment to strengthen multilateral cooperation and solidarity to combat COVID-19’s frustration of global implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, tenuous even before the unprecedented crisis exacerbated existing ones. “We are now facing a multidimensional health and socioeconomic crisis…

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More Than 100 Chibok Girls Still Missing Seven Years Later

ABUJA, NIGERIA – Nigeria’s government has vowed to rescue 112 former schoolgirls believed to remain in Boko Haram captivity since they were kidnapped by the militants from the town of Chibok seven years ago. A statement titled “Chibok Girls Still on Our Minds” was released by the presidency Thursday as Nigeria marked the anniversary of the kidnapping in Borno state. But parents and advocates accuse authorities of negligence and making empty promises. “Seven years down, we’re still asking for accountability and closure on 112 of them?” said Allen Manasseh, the…

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Kidnap Victims Need Aid Beyond Rescue, Experts Say

In Nigeria’s restive northern region, kidnappings have become all too common, with schoolchildren among the primary targets. Federal and state governments say they focus on ensuring abductees’ safe release and return, but a chorus of health experts and others say support for those abductees shouldn’t end there. Victims need specialized physical and psychological rehabilitation to reintegrate into their communities and to overcome stigma, independent experts working with the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a news release March 3, a day after the release of…

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