[MFWA]Four journalists on January 10, 2013, sustained injuries when police officers drawn from the Togolese Police Service clamped down on a group of demonstrators belonging to Let’s Save Togo Collective (CST), an opposition and human rights group.
East African teachers share solutions for improving secondary education
KAMPALA, Uganda, Dec. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Nearly 80 East African secondary school teachers met in Kampala, Uganda, December 9-10 to discuss how to create more inclusive and constructive classrooms, schools, and communities. The workshop centered on the importance of creating gender-friendly learning environments, the value of promoting science and technology-based education, and the necessity of […]
La Société africaine de Venimologie réussit là où d’autres ont échoué
Des corrections au niveau local endiguent la pénurie subsaharienne en sérums antivenimeux MADRID, 26 mai 2016 /PRNewswire/ — INOSAN BIOPHARMA félicite la Société africaine de Venimologie (SAV) pour sa détermination et ses efforts fructueux visant à briser le cercle vicieux des blessures par venin de serpent et de scorpion en Afrique. Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160525/372414 La […]
Ghana’s Decision to Lift Partial COVID-19 Lockdown Criticized by Some
Ghana has lifted a three-week partial lockdown in major cities over the coronavirus – one of the first African countries to ease such restrictions. Some Ghanaians say they fear the restrictions are being lifted too soon, while struggling shop owners and daily wage workers were already back at work as the lift took effect Monday. […]