Upcoming EventsMar27MonMar28Tueall-day 4th African Islamic Finance summit @ Hyatt Regency4th African Islamic Finance summit @ Hyatt RegencyMar 28 – Mar 29 all-day4th African Islamic Finance summit read moreShareApr4TueApr6Thuall-day Global Forum on EPC Project Mana...Global Forum on EPC Project Mana...Apr 6 – Apr 7 all-day6th – 7th April, Berlin Conference overview EPC Project Management is the “Heart” of internal and external Operational division of Power and O&G industries with its own Scale and Complexity. With the current challenges and the drop in the oil price, Contract … Continue reading →Apr17Monall-day Future Play & Playspaces MENA 2017 @ DubaiFuture Play & Playspaces MENA 2017 @ DubaiApr 17 – Apr 18 all-dayFuture Play & Playspaces MENA has been specifically created for those developing, designing, building and equipping indoor and outdoor play facilities across the MENA region. It’s an event dedicated to showcasing the growing business opportunities in this rapidly expanding sector. … Continue reading →Apr24Monall-day 3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, Brazzaville3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, BrazzavilleApr 24 – Apr 26 all-dayOn behalf of the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Congo & AME Trade Ltd, we are delighted to welcome you to the Republic of Congo’s Third International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (CIEHC-3). CIEHC will take place at the … Continue reading →
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Volvo Bus Maroc compte apporter sa contribution dans la conception de “villes intelligentes” et “villes vertes” au Maroc
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Featuring a diverse selection of objects, the MBOISA finalists were nominated by a mix of design journalists and cultural commentators in South Africa.
IOM Aids Internally Displaced in Sudan’s Darfur Jebel Amir Gold Mining Area and Returning Chadian Migrant Workers
GENEVA, Switzerland, February 5, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – IOM is currently transporting over 125 metric tonnes of emergency assistance including plastic sheeting, sleeping mats, beds, mattresses and mosquito nets to an estimated 100,000 people displaced by fighting in north Darfur’s Jebel Amir district.
Cameroon’s Economy Grew Five Percent in 2012 / Resources Allocated to Social Protection Programs Fall Well Below the Levels Needed to Have a Real Impact on Poverty Reduction in Cameroon
YAOUNDE, Cameroon, January 29, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Cameroon’seconomicrecovery continues. Afterrising about 4 percent in 2011, economicactivityisexpected to continue to increase and grow to about 5 percent in 2012, the World Bank announcedtoday. The engines of growth continue to be in agriculture, construction, and the services industries together with a significant difference this year in the rise of oil production. However, this economic growth is still not evidence enough to improve the lives of Cameroonians.
All Gold and Titanium Standard Bank-branded credit and cheque cards will now be issued with the tap-and-go payment method. This means that Standard Bank’s credit card holders in South Africa will not have to swipe or insert their cards into terminals.
China to Emerge as the World’s Largest Market for Green Energy Transit Buses, Projects Frost & Sullivan
Governments’ commitment toward green energy fuels hybrid and electric powered vehicles market
The Rwanda ExperienceUrban Infrastructure and City Management Tools
Since 2006, the International Development Association (IDA) support has enabled the Rwandan cities of Kigali, Huye and Musanze to improve service provision to their citizens. For example, in Kigali and Huye, 535,580 people have gained access to paved roads. In Musanze, 70,258 people have gained access to an improved health center, school and multipurpose hall facilities. By 2009, 15-27 percent of municipal budgets were allocated to infrastructure and facilities maintenance, from a baseline in 2006 of 2.5 percent in Kigali City, 2 percent in Huye district and 7 percent in Musanze district. This increase demonstrates the improved ability of these cities to continue to deliver and maintain services to their inhabitants.