[Africa In Fact]Africa is suffering from a major shortage of qualified doctors, nurses and other health workers. In its last global survey of health workers in 2006, the World Health Organisation (WHO) counted 1m doctors, nurses and midwives in 46 African countries, and a reported shortage of more than 800,000 in 36.
Togo – Faure Gnassingbe Wins Third Term
[Cameroon Tribune] The Independent National Electoral Commission declared the partial election results on April 28, 2015.
Africa’s Pulse, No. 26, October 2022: Food System Opportunities in a Turbulent Time [EN/PT]
WASHINGTON, October 4, 2022 — Global headwinds are slowing Africa’s economic growth as countries continue to contend with rising inflation, hindering progress on poverty reduction. The risk of stagflation comes at a time when high interest rates and debt are forcing African governments to make difficult choices as they try to protect people’s jobs, purchasing […]
Deaf Scorpions Set for Another International Outing in Togo
[Daily Observer]The West Africa Deaf Sports Union has confirmed The Gambia’s participation in the upcoming deaf football tournament to be held in the Togolese capital of Lome between 31st July and August 9th.