As the clock ticks towards the 2030 deadline for meeting global goals to eradicate hunger and poverty, the United Nations agriculture agency today asserted that five vitally important emerging economies, known collective as the 'BRICS' countries, are well positioned to take a leading role in helping the world achieve these targets.
One of the three southern centers of the network, One World Africa has centred its attention on building local knowledge for development, enabling access to IT, supporting policy advocacy, and providing capacity building. OneWorld Africa steadily continues to provide voices that represent the underprivileged communities through the internet, radio and mobile phones.
(Dakar) – Millions of pregnant and married adolescent girls across many African countries are being denied their education because of discriminatory policies and practices, Human Rights Watch said today, on the Day of the African Child. More than 49 million girls are out of primary and secondary school in sub-Saharan Africa, with 31 million of them out of secondary education, undermining their rights and limiting their opportunities.