Tag: NGO

Togo launches Yearbook Togo 2022-2023 report to lure investors

August 31, 2022

Togo’s Minister for Investment, Rose Kayi Mivedor, unveiled Tuesday Yearbook Togo 2022-2023, an economic report presenting the country’s economic potential, as a tool to lure ... Read More

Spain-Morocco: Amnesty denounces migrants’ conditions in Ceuta, Melilla

November 30, 2016

London-based Human rights group Amnesty International Tuesday called on Spain and the kingdom of Morocco to respect the international law concerning migrants’ human rights after ... Read More

Tunisia: “Inmates Living Hellish Conditions”- Human Rights NGO

October 7, 2016

Tunisian authorities’ attention was drawn Thursday on the living conditions of inmates in the country’s prisons that the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Observatory likens to mediaeval ... Read More

Morocco’s Fog Harvesting Project Wins UN Momentum for Change Award

September 30, 2016

A Moroccan fog water collection project won the 2016 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Momentum for Change Award, local media reported. The ... Read More

European Companies Exploit Lax Regulations to Sell Dirty Diesel to African Countries- Public Eye

September 19, 2016

Swiss NGO, Public Eye, has issued a report denouncing the export of high polluting diesel by several European companies to African countries by taking advantage ... Read More

Gabon: French Media Critical of Regime Denied Entry in Libreville

September 12, 2016

Gabonese authorities have refused to grant entry visa to French media deemed critical of Ali Bongo’s regime after French Socialist party and other political figures ... Read More

Tough Times for Slavery Abolitionists in Mauritania

July 5, 2016

Mauritanian authorities arrested last Sunday scores of anti-slavery activists on the backdrop of riots and clashes last week with security forces in Nouakchott. The riots ... Read More

Morocco Made Huge Strides in Girls’ Education, U.S. Commits to Help in these Efforts, Michelle Obama

July 2, 2016

Morocco Made Huge Strides in Girls’ Education, U.S. Commits to Help in these Efforts, Michelle Obama U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama who has just paid ... Read More

Michelle Obama in Morocco, US Government Announces new Investments to Promote Girls’ Education

June 28, 2016

As First Lady Michelle Obama is paying a visit to Morocco this June 27-29 part of the Let Girls Learn initiative she is spearheading, the ... Read More

Mauritania: Supreme Court Frees Jailed Anti-slavery Activists

May 18, 2016

The Mauritania Supreme Court Tuesday demanded the immediate release of anti-slavery activists arrested two years ago and sentenced to two years in prison, reports say. ... Read More