Niger Interested in Algeria's Experience in Vocational Training
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Niger's Minister of Vocational and Technical Education Chaibou Dan Inna said Monday in Algiers he was "impressed" by Algeria's experience in the field of vocational training.
Algeria to Support Vocational Training in Niger
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Algeria committed Wednesday to supporting vocational education and training in Niger with after both countries inked a cooperation agreement between the two countries.
Five Lake Chad Region Nations Meet Over Boko Haram
[Guardian]Abuja -THE fourth meeting of military and security chiefs from the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) and Benin Republic began in Nigeria capital's Abuja with Nigeria's Minister of Defence, Lt Gen Aliyu Gusau Mohammed urging member nation to forge closer collaboration towards curbing the violence of the Boko Haram insurgents.
Nigeria, Neighbours Need More Co-Operation to Defeat Terrorism - Jonathan
[Leadership]President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday in N'Djamena, the Chadian Capital, reiterated the need for Nigeria and its neighbours to intensify joint actions and cooperation to defeat terrorism and insurgency.
Measures for Niger Nationals' Repatriation from Algeria
[Algerie Presse Service]Several measures will be taken for the "gradual repatriation of Niger's nationals who illegally entered Algeria," said Saturday Chairwoman of the Algerian Red Crescent (CRA), Saida Benhabiles.
Niger's First Ambassador to Seychelles Promises to Build Strong Diplomatic Ties
[Seychelles News Agency]Victoria, Seychelles -Rakiatou Mayaki is the first ambassador of Niger to Seychelles following the presentation of her credentials to the Seychelles President James Michel at State House, Victoria, this morning.
Rakiatou Mayaki Premier Ambassadeur Du Niger Aux Seychelles
[Government of Seychelles]Le premier ambassadeur de la RÃ©publique du Niger auprÃ¨s de la RÃ©publique des Seychelles, son excellence Madame Rakiatou Mayaki, a prÃ©sentÃ©, ce mardi matin, ses lettres de crÃ©ance au PrÃ©sident James Michel Ã State House, en prÃ©sence du SecrÃ©taire d'Etat au MinistÃ¨re des Affaires EtrangÃ¨res, l'Ambassadeur Barry Faure, et le Conseiller diplomatique Ã la PrÃ©sidence, l'Ambassadeur Callixte d'Offay.
Airtime Advance Firm Expands to Asian Markets
[CAJ News]Cape Town -NANO Airtime, the local mobile financial services company that provides airtime loans and similar value added services to the telecommunication industry, disclosed plans to introduce its popular Airtime Credit Service (ACS) offering to Asian markets in the coming weeks.
Malaria - MSF Provides Preventive Treatment to 735,000 Children in Niger, Mali and Chad
[MSF]Seasonal malaria chemoprevention treatment (SMC) has shown extremely promising results in reducing the burden of malaria in young children in the Sahel region of Africa, according to international medical organization MÃ©decins Sans FrontiÃ¨res (MSF).
Algeria Locks Down South-Eastern Border
[Magharebia]Algiers -With Libya in turmoil and fresh terror attacks in Mali and Niger, Algeria is working to ensure Sahel jihadists can't cross the southern frontier.
Insurgency - 20,000 More People Relocate to Niger Republic
[Daily Trust]About 20, 000 Nigerians from Borno State have relocated to Niger Republic due to persistent attacks by the members of Boko Haram sect, an official of the Registration Committee set-up by Nigerian government, Malam Abubakar Mustapha Ligari has said.
Statement By the IMF Staff Mission to Niger
[IMF]A staff team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Mr. Cheikh Anta Gueye visited Niamey from October 21to November 3, 2014, for discussions on the 2014 Article IV consultation and the fourth and fifth reviews of the program supported by the Extended Credit Facility arrangement (ECF). The discussions covered the implementation of the program as well as economic and financial developments in 2014, the medium-term outlook and the policies needed to consolidate macroeconomic stability and foster in
Niger Reels From Deadly Attacks
[Magharebia]Nouakchott -Niger last Friday (October 31st) declared three days of national mourning for the victims of a terrorist attack that targeted a prison and a refugee camp on the Mali border.
Supporting Businesses Grow in Africa
[MediaGlobal]Brigitte Dumont, Chief Officer of Corporate Social Responsibility at France Telecom-Orange interviewed by THE COMMITMENT's Nosh Nalavala
Militant Herdsmen, Kidnappers and Oil Thieves As Our Next Monsters After Bhs
[This Day]The deafening cheer that followed news of a ceasefire deal between the federal government and representatives of Boko Haram was not unexpected. It showed Nigerians are really fatigued by the unending heart-breaking news of killings, maiming and destruction of property by insurgents in parts of the north. The spontaneous reaction to the deal is also a clear pointer to the insurgents and those that are currently feeding fat on their activities that Nigerians would want their days to be numbered quickly! I re
Algeria Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks Against Niger Security Forces
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -Algeria strongly condemns the terrorist attacks last Thursday against the security forces in Niger, the Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abdelaziz Benali Cherif said Friday in a statement to APS.
Attacks Near Refugee Areas Prompt Malian Refugees to Flee Camp
[UNHCR]This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson William Spindler - to whom quoted text may be attributed - at the press briefing, on 31 October 2014, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
Niger Drops Sex Education From Syllabus At Muslim Leaders' Urging
[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Niamey/Dakar -The Niger government has withdrawn a course on sexual and reproductive health from the school syllabus after Islamic organisations said the teachings were contrary to the country's values.