On International Mandela Day Professor Mzobanzi Mboya, Head of the NEPAD Education Programme devoted 67 minutes of his time to high school students in the townships of Mamelodi and Soshanguve in Pretoria.
In its agriculture and gender empowerment objectives, the NEPAD works to support policies & programmes that ensure that African women, most of whom bear the brunt of under-development, are not further affected by the consequences of climate change.
Bien que les systèmes de régulation soient essentielles pour les soins de santé, car ils assurent un accès rapide à des médicaments sûrs, efficaces et de qualité, ces systèmes doivent toutefois être renforcées et harmonisées en Afrique de l'Ouest.
NEPAD and Malawi’s Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Welfare of Malawi with support from NORAD has been holding discussions in the Malawian commercial capital Lilongwe on support to the country’s Gender Climate Change Agriculture.
Africa’s infrastructure experts, development agencies and the business and public sector are meeting in the Senegalese Capital Dakar to find practical ways of unlocking finance, critical to the implementation of regional infrastructure projects.