Niamey, Niger - Stabilization expert team members (recovery and resilience in education in the Lake Chad Basin)

11 July 2018 by 0 Comment Activities 411 Views
NCP | N'Zarama

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Stabilization expert team members. Left to Right: Dr. Tony Karbo (education pillar); Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi (gender pillar); Hilaire Ntakuwndi (sociaoeconomic recovery pillar); Dr. Alhaji Sarjoh Bah (Head of Department of the African Union Crisis Management and Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development);

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Niamey, Niger - Strategy for stabilization, recovery and resilience in education in the Lake Chad Basin

10 July 2018 by 0 Comment Activities 244 Views
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Presentation on ‘Strategy for stabilization, recovery and resilience in education in the Lake Chad Basin’, organized by the African Union in partnership with the Lake Chad Basin Commission and the Multinational Joint Task Force.

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Niamey, Niger - Seminar on “developing a strategy for stabilization in the Lake Chad Basin

10 July 2018 by 0 Comment Activities 230 Views
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Members of the International Board of Advisors of N’Zarama Center for Peacebuilding, Dr. Tony Karbo (Executive Director), and Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi posed for a picture with students of the African Development University after a seminar on “developing a strategy for stabilization in the Lake Chad Basin.

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Peacebuilding in the Margins

10 July 2018 by 0 Comment Publications 324 Views
Tony Karbo

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Peacebuilding in the Margins is a timely publication, and Tony Karbo and his team at Karamoja Cluster Project (KCP) deserve considerable credit for organiszing it. The collection of essays explores the challenges of peacebuildind in the marginalized communities of the Karamoja cluster in East Africa and the Horn.

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The African Union: Autocracy, Diplomacy and Peacebuilding in Africa

10 July 2018 by 0 Comment Publications 446 Views
Tony Karbo

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The African Union has been a major factor in establishing peace, security and development in Africa. Today, however, the intranational body is struggling in the midst of a perceived dissipating appetite for supporting continental institutions.

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The Palgrave Handbook of Peacebuilding in Africa

10 July 2018 by 0 Comment Publications 360 Views
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This handbook offers a critical assessment of the African agenda for conflict prevention, peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding; the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s regional organisations in their efforts towards building sustainable peace on the continent;

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I see the youth employment situation as the world’s greatest challenge as well as its greatest economic opportunity

I see the youth employment situation as the world’s greatest challenge as well as its greatest economic opportunity, and one of the most consequential global megatrends. I commend the MasterCard Foundation and the Donor Committee for bringing visibility to this critical topic.

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Botswana: Letsoaka Targets Youth Development

29 June 2018 by 0 Comment Read for you 419 Views

Gaborone — The newly appointed technical director of Botswana Football Association (BFA), Serame Letsoaka says his aim is to close the youth development gap between Botswana and top football playing nations.

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Former President Sirleaf Wants More Resources for Youth Development in Africa

29 June 2018 by 0 Comment Read for you 260 Views

in a recent trip to Namibia, former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has encouraged political leaders in Africa to allocate more resources towards preparing young people for future responsibilities.

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