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“Recovery lending” helps disaster-stricken African farmers get back on track

NAROK, 14 August 2017 Accessing credit has long been a major hurdle for small-scale farmers in Africa, who produce some 70 percent of the continent’s food. Not only does this mean yields fall far below their full potential, but the ability of farmers to manage the increasingly frequent and severe weather shocks brought about by

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White Nile: Plan to Repatriate 46,000 S. Sudan’s Refugees to Camps

smc The White Nile government has unveiled a plan to repatriate 46,000 refugees in the cities of Kosti, Rabak and Doem to refugee camps. Secretary General of the Government of the State of White Nile, Chairman of the Technical Coordination Committee for Refugee Affairs in the state, Al-Tayeb Mohammed Abdullah renewed their commitment to apply

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Trump Says Military Is ‘Locked and Loaded’ and North Korea Will ‘Regret’ Threats

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Trump continued to beat war drums on Friday against North Korea and, unexpectedly, said he would consider a military option to deal with an unrelated crisis in Venezuela. But though he declared that the armed forces were “locked and loaded,” there were no indications of imminent action in either part of

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Foreign Minister Welcomes to Meet the FAO New Resident Representative

SMC- Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ibrahim Ghandour, has stressed during his meeting on Wednesday, with the new resident representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO) to Papagana Ahmado, the readiness of officials and state institutions to cooperate.

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AFRICOM deputy chief visits Sudan for security talks

US to decide on October 12 whether to permanently lift two-decade sanctions on Sudan  09.08.2017 Gorbachev advises US, Russian compromise to repair ties KHARTOUM Deputy Commander of U.S.-African Command for Civil-Military Engagement (AFRICOM), Alexander M. Laskaris, arrived in Khartoum early Wednesday for talks with Sudanese officials. He engaged in direct talks with Sudanese Defense Minister

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Friendly Match: Rwanda CHAN team edges Sudan

8 MINS AGO BY DAVID ISABIRYE TwitterFacebookInstagram Friendly Match Rwanda 2-1 Sudan Rwandese players led by Bernabe Mubumbyi (shirt 9) celebrate the winner against Sudan in Kigali Rwanda CHAN team overcame their counterparts from Sudan 2-1 in an international friendly match played at Kigali Regional Stadium, Nyamirambo. AS Kigali duo of Dominic Nshuti Savio and

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Defence Minister Affirms SAF Keenness to Collect Arms

Khartoum – Minister of National Defence, 1st Lt. Gen. Awad Ibn Auf affirmed the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) keenness to bring about control and to collect the arms from the citizens to the extent of using force. He pointed out, while addressing the enlightenment meeting which includes SAF commanders and heads of  parliament Committees, to

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The Archbishop of Canterbury: Britain Supports the Lifting Of Sanctions on Sudan

  SMC- The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev. Justin Welby said in his meeting with the President of the Republic, Omar al-Bashir that British government supports the lifting of sanctions on Sudan, adding “the policy of England encourages the lifting of sanctions, because of the urgent need to support development and the heavy foreign debt to

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Sudan Marks National Volunteer Day to Boost Humanitarian Work

2017-07-26 |Editor: Liangyu KHARTOUM, July 26 (Xinhua) — The Sudanese government marked on Wednesday the National Volunteer Day in the capital Khartoum to boost the humanitarian work in the country. “The procession of the voluntary work in our country is pressing ahead with confidence, dedication, innovation and ability to achieve the aspired goals of the

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Incomplete U.S. government structure behind delay of Sudan sanctions review: U.S diplomat

  Xinhua| 2017-07-25 |Editor: Mu Xuequan KHARTOUM, July 24 (Xinhua) — A U.S. diplomat on Monday said the incomplete administrative structure of the new U.S. government was behind the delayed review of lifting sanctions on Sudan. U.S. Charge D’affaires in Khartoum Steven Koutsis on Monday met with Speaker of Sudan’s National Assembly (Parliament) Ibrahim Ahmed

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