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Campaign for Horn of Africa Countries to sign the African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention What you need to know about the African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention The Niamey Convention is in line with the agreement that was established by the Agenda 2063 under the aspiration of a continent of seamless borders, and management of cross-border resources
ABOUT THE IMPROVING POLICIES FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION: CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT TO TRANSFORM BORDERLANDS IN AFRICA PROJECT Most of Africa’s 109 International borders, extending over 55,000 km, have yet to be delimited and demarcated. With roots to colonial times, unaddressed borders have directly contributed to inter-state tensions, border disputes, secessionist movements and war on the continent. The African Union has long since
LUWOMCO Women To Participate In Uganda International Trade Fair 2018 The Uganda International Trade Fair (UGITF) is a business development event in East Africa which offers an unrivaled opportunity to the business community to showcase their products and engage with their customers at a wider base. The trade fair is organized by Uganda Manufacturers Association (UMA) at Lugogo Show Grounds.
HON. SHEILA KAWAMARA-MISHAMBI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF EASSI Sheila Kawamara-Mishambi is the Executive Director of the Eastern African Sub-Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI). She is a gender and development specialist and a feminist activist with over 25 years of expertise in leadership, gender and human rights and peace and conflict resolution. She was a former Member of
Dance moves of the “Roma” Gypsy from Rajasthan to Spain; stories from the Indian epics Ramayana and Mahabharata on the walls of temples and palaces in Angkorvat, Cambodia; evidence of Indian paintings techniques at Bamiyan in Afghanistan and Miran and Domko in Central Asia depict both the Buddha and Hindu deities like Shiva, Ganesha and Surya. Influence of the Western
As we marked the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, we joined thousands of organizations around the world in calling for an end to gender-based violence (GBV). As the campaign against GBV gained momentum, EASSI was hosted by NTV Uganda during the news to talk about the vice.