Saturday, October 16 2021
Five international rights groups ask Algerian authorities to drop effort to dissolve prominent civil society group
One in seven children in sub-Saharan Africa continues to experience significant psychological hardship and governments should increase investment and access to mental health, say UNICEF and WHO
Angolan President João Lourenço in Washington to promote diplomatic and economic ties with U.S. even as protests grow in Luanda and economy crumbles ahead of elections
Africa faces nearly 500 million COVID-19 vaccine shortfall in 2021
International organizations, vaccine manufacturers agree to intensify cooperation to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to Africa and low-income countries
New study challenges understanding of pandemic preparedness and resilience in Africa
With only 3.5 percent of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Africa, global health leaders issue urgent call for vaccine equity
African American artist Dalila Brooks: My ‘Frame of Mind’ art exhibition in September in Washington, D.C. will leave people with ‘a sense of wonder’
Ambassador Mary Catherine Phee, incoming U.S. Assistant Secretary for Africa
Biden nominates Alice Albright as CEO of Millennium Challenge Corporation, key independent U.S. government agency working to reduce global poverty through economic growth
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