The Human Rights Section of UNIPSIL contributes to technical support to government in mainstreaming human rights in development.
Johannesburg, October 17, 2011 – Africa's agribusiness leaders and senior Government officials have lent their voices to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP's) clarion call for the private sector to engage in ensuring agribusiness growth and food securi
The World Bank called Thursday from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) for investors worldwide to invest in Africa and its budding capital markets."Africa has taught the world a lesson in macroeconomic reform and stability," she told an African Investment Summit hosted by the LSE.
The World Bank has warned rich countries against considering cuts to development assistance at a time of growing fears over a potential global recession. "The temptation is great when a crisis looms – as it does now – for rich countries to slash development assistance.
The National Malaria Control Programme of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in collaboration with the World Health Organization has conducted orientation of field enumerators to undertake malaria rapid impact assessment in the country.
New York, 6 October 2011 - African countries should enhance the strength and resilience of their poor populations through targeted social safeguards, according to "Assessing Progress in Africa toward the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)", a region-spec
15 September 2011 | Geneva - The number of children under five years of age dying each year declined from more than 12 million in 1990 to 7.6 million in 2010, UNICEF and WHO said today, releasing the latest estimates on worldwide child mortality.
The Guild of Newspaper Editors Sierra Leone (GNESL) was created in October 2010 to offer and opportunity for a peer review mechanism for mainly newspaper editors so as to principally foster a coalition that would be forthright, honest and patriotic in the run up to the 2012 electi