Daily Archives: August 4, 2020

Connected for Better: AACSB’s Focus on Positive Societal Impact

World’s largest business education alliance seeks to highlight impactful change TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AACSB International (AACSB) announces business education’s renewed commitment and focus on creating positive societal change, demonstrating that business schools are connected for better. AACSB is leading

Selon les nouvelles prévisions de l’IHME à propos de la COVID-19 en Éthiopie, près de 8 000 personnes décéderont d’ici au 1er novembre prochain, mais l’utilisation de masques pourrait réduire de 65 % le nombre de décès

On craint qu’après que la nation décide d’assouplir les mesures, « ce virus vicieux se propagera rapidement dans tout le pays, et en particulier à Addis-Abeba » SEATTLE, 4 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — L’Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) de l’Université de

Cape Verde Agrees to Extradite Maduro Ally to US

PRAIA, CAPE VERDE – A court in the West African nation of Cape Verde has approved extradition of Colombian businessman Álex Saab to the United States, where he faces charges involving money laundering on behalf of Venezuela’s socialist government. The

Africa’s COVID-19 Chaos Opens Door for Opportunistic Extremists

JOHANNESBURG – As a pandemic rages and weakens fragile societies, terrorists lie in wait to pounce on vulnerable people, especially on the African continent, says a top U.S. military commander.  U.S. military officials say their work on the continent has

Suicide Bombing Attack on Mogadishu Restaurants Kills At least Three

Media reports say a suicide bombing attack killed at least four people, including the bomber at a Mogadishu restaurant, which is popular with security forces and government workers. Several others were injured in Monday’s attack on the Lul Yamani restaurant, in the

GOAL-developed COVID-19 infant nutrition guidelines in operation at Ethiopia’s refugee camps

As the United Nations warns that Coronavirus-linked malnutrition is killing 10,000 more children a month, GOAL implements its COVID-19 nutrition guidelines for infants under six months. After recently establishing COVID-19 nutrition guidelines for its innovative infant nutrition programme, the ‘Management of At-Risk

Flaws in the collection of African population statistics block COVID-19 insights

Hundreds of thousands of cases of the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in African Union member countries. In order to mitigate the spread of the virus, and the burden it poses for health in Africa and globally, countries need to deliver evidence-driven

Africa’s COVID-19 Fatality Surpasses 20,600

Addis Ababa,  The number of fatalities reported due to COVID-19 pandemic in African has reached 20,612 on Tuesday, according to the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC). In its latest situation update, the Africa CDC said the