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RE-ADVERTISSEMENT: SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER-D4A FLOWER PROJECT

Reliefweb 02 Mar 2021
Following additional funding support from Commercial partner, Aldi supermarket in Switzerland (Aldi-Suisse), Fairtrade Africa will be expanding D4A Programme to include a new Flower Project in Kenya starting January 2021 hence the need to recruit a senior project officer to manage this exciting initiative.
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Peace Corps at 60: Service changed the lives of these volunteers

Stars and Stripes 01 Mar 2021
Whether assigned to primitive villages in Africa in the 1980s, emerging democracies in Eastern Europe in the 1990s, or more recently to South America, they all joined the Peace Corps out of a desire to serve their country and to help people in need, using skills they already had or acquired in college ... The Peace Corps needed math teachers in Africa.
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J'cans in the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)?

Jamaica Observer 28 Feb 2021
While the British had recruited Indian and African soldiers to bolster its ranks to fight on the front lines in Africa and Asia, they were reluctant to have black and coloured recruits fighting in white wars ... He, however, points out that if there were recruits from Africa and the ...
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Remote working: Bosses want ‘bums on seats’

Mail Guardian South Africa 28 Feb 2021
About 40% of South Africa’s senior professionals — people working in managerial positions across sectors such as operations, financial services and legal — want to move to full-time remote work. This is according to data from a salary survey of 2 000 white-collar professionals conducted by Robert Walters, a global recruitment consultancy.
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Black business leaders in Columbus see progress, want more inclusion in business sector

The Columbus Dispatch 28 Feb 2021
James knows the terrain, particularly that of the political and business worlds ... McCoy — people known as the Titans ... More ... More ... Jewell, now 77, worked in Africa to recruit people to help build Nigeria's infrastructure, then returned to Columbus and worked as a Nationwide Insurance agent before founding EXCEL Management Systems here in 1989 ... More.
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LDS Church contributes funds to COVID-19 vaccine efforts

St George News 27 Feb 2021
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles receives the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, Salt Lake City, January 19, 2021 ... More than half of the 16.5 million church members of the faith live outside the United States, including 666,500 in Africa. Many serve faith outreach missions around the world aimed at recruiting new members.
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Mormon church gives $20M to help send vaccines globally

San Francisco Chronicle 26 Feb 2021
More than half of the 16.5 million members claimed by the faith known widely as the Mormon church live outside the United States, including 666,500 in Africa. Many members serve faith outreach missions around the world aimed at recruiting new members ... .
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Latter-Day Saint church gives $20M to help global vaccine distribution

HJ News 26 Feb 2021
×. Advertisement. More than half of the 16.5 million church members of the faith known widely as the Mormon church live outside the United States, including 666,500 in Africa. Many serve faith outreach missions around the world aimed at recruiting new members ... ....
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Latter-Day Saints give $20 million to help global vaccine distribution

HJ News 26 Feb 2021
×. Advertisement. More than half of the 16.5 million church members of the faith known widely as the Mormon church live outside the United States, including 666,500 in Africa. Many serve faith outreach missions around the world aimed at recruiting new members ... ....
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A Step Ahead Towards Africa: Deriv Chooses Rwanda

Finance Magnates 23 Feb 2021
The company already employs over 500 people from more than 45 countries worldwide, and it now looks forward to recruiting and nurturing young talents from across Africa who are keen to get involved in the fintech industry ... The financial markets across Africa are extremely ...
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South Africa Rejects AstraZeneca Doses For Covid-19 Immunization Drive

The Tennessee Tribune 23 Feb 2021
PUNE, India — South Africa has rejected the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine — one of the only two vaccines approved by India — as it is concerned with its efficacy ... A placebo-controlled phase I/II trial was conducted by South Africa’s University of Witwatersrand in collaboration with Oxford University.
photo: AP / Paul Kazdan
Flooded cars outside a store in Washingtonville, N.Y., Sunday Aug. 28, 2011 following heavy rains. Stripped of hurricane rank, Tropical Storm Irene spent the last of its fury Sunday, leaving treacherous flooding and millions without power.
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High-profile UN meet declares climate change a threat to world peace

The National 23 Feb 2021
... Middle East, Africa, Asia and beyond ... Mr Guterres pointed to Afghanistan, where drought-stricken farmers have been recruited by criminal gangs and extremists, and the arid sub-Sahara belt across Africa, where pastoralists and farmers frequently clash over land and water sources.
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Secretary-General's remarks to the Security Council - on addressing climate-related security risks to international peace and security through mitigation and resilience building [EN/FR]

Reliefweb 23 Feb 2021
In Afghanistan, for example, where 40 percent of the workforce is engaged in farming, reduced harvests push people into poverty and food insecurity, leaving them susceptible to recruitment by criminal gangs and armed groups. Across West Africa and the Sahel, more than 50 million people depend on rearing livestock for survival.
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