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FAO Director-General calls for urgent scale-up of Africa’s Great Green Wall
COVID-19 recovery offers ‘chance to change course’, Guterres tells One Planet Summit
World Bank plans to invest over $5 billion in Drylands in Africa
IFAD and GCF scale-up action to improve life for millions of people and restore ecosystems
FAO’s Investment Centre is stepping up its support for creating more robust and sustainable agri-food systems
UN committee on enforced disappearance registers ‘milestone’ 1,000th request to locate victims
UNESCO’s Inscription of Couscous Traditions, an Example of International Cultural Cooperation
Mauritania Signs a Country Programme Framework for 2020-2025
Recognizing importance of living heritage during pandemic
AFAFRICA, African partner nations meet virtually to discuss future interoperability
Mauritania Independence Day Message
Readout of Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Meeting on
Canada pledges to enhance development engagement in Sahel
United States Announces Humanitarian Assistance for Sahel Crisis Response
High-level roundtable calls for strengthened collaboration in Near East and North Africa
Special Envoy for Sahel Region Dr. J. Peter Pham Travel to Mauritania, France, and Niger
Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative Invests In Over 15,000 Women-Led Businesses Amidst COVID-19 Crisis
Secretary Pompeo’s Phone Call with Mauritanian President Ghazouani
Mauritania call for proposals to enhance COVID-19 response
Mauritania to Strengthen its COVID-19 Response
Angelina Jolie and UK call for support to protect education for refugee children
Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Eight Nominations Sent to Senate 19 June
Canada joins International Coalition for Sahel
International Ministers discuss a new Coalition for Sahel
U.S. President Trump announces intent to appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts 11 June
Pursuing peace in Sahel
Unequal access to remote schooling amid COVID-19 threatens to deepen global learning crisis
Unequal access to remote schooling amid COVID-19 threatens to deepen global learning crisis
Thirty countries will benefit as Global Environment Facility funds FAO-led projects
Investing in Girls and Women’s Empowerment in and Beyond Sahel
Mauritania to Improve its Health System and Delivery of Essential Services
Dry weather increases by two list of countries in need of external food assistance
Africa Minister champions UK leadership to help educate girls and end preventable deaths
Global measles vaccination drive to protect upto 45 million children
‘Combatting Locust Swarm Proves Logistical Nightmare’
Africa: Urgent action needed to mobilise domestic resources as tax revenues plateau
Anti-Doping Convention: Mauritania to become 189th State Party
Survivor narratives should inform antislavery work says new report
New Oxfam safeguarding director says organisation primed to capitalise on official recommendations to make deeper improvements
UK to deploy 250 troops to Mali on peacekeeping operations
U.S. Vice President Pence’s Remarks at 2nd Annual Religious Freedom Ministerial
While recognizing progress on parity in access to education, UNESCO calls for increased efforts on quality and completion to ensure…
Over 15 Foreign Delegations to Attend Global Fishery Forum in St. Petersburg
Mauritanian election results Ministerial statement
Armed conflict risks could be heightened by future climate impacts, study shows
Stanford-led study investigates how much climate change affects risk of armed conflict
Shell starts production at Appomattox in Gulf of Mexico