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  • Ban visits Ebola-hit West Africa, says zero cases “must be everyone’s goal”
    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today that there is reason to be “cautiously optimistic” about defeating the Ebola crisis in West Africa, as he made a series of visits to countries most-affected by the unprecedented outbreak, which has sickened some 18,000 people and killed close to 7,000 others throughout the region.

  • Ebola: UN Secretary-General will visit West Africa to ‘show solidarity with those affected’
    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced he will leave today for the countries hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak “to show my solidarity with those affected and urge even greater global action” to fight the epidemic, which two United Nations food agencies said could push the number of people facing food insecurity to more than one million by next spring.

  • UN capacities 'pushed to the limit' in 2014, Ban says in year-end wrap-up
    After a year of “discord, disease and disruption” that saw peace operations, diplomacy and humanitarian capacities “pushed to the limit” responding to West Africa's Ebola outbreak, terrorist groups and ongoing conflicts in Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addressed reporters today at United Nations Headquarters, where he summed up the year and looked ahead to 2015.

  • Cooperation with Africa must occur at earliest signs of crisis, Ban tells Security Council
    Cooperation between the African Union and the United Nations on peace and security is crucial and should occur systematically at the earliest signs of crisis said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon this morning as he uregd the Security Council to work more effectively to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts on the African continent.

  • In Peru, Ban commends development advances, says challenges remain
    Addressing the Congress of Peru today, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that despite impressive development achievements, big challenges remain – to address inequality and insecurity, deepen democracy, improve the quality of education, and protect the rights of all people regardless of gender, ethnicity, culture, religion or sexual orientation.


 

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Funding Higher Education in Eastern and Southern Africa
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A Policy Research Forum

25 - 26 June, 2014
Soramaba Hotel

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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OSSREA’s Reponses to Africa’s Challenges of Change
Conference Held 9th–10 December, 2013

Proceedings of the OSSREA 11th Conference, 9th-10th December 2013 Desalegn Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Achieving inclusive development in Africa
Policies, processes and political settlements
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UN-ECA 13-14 May 2014
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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Expert meeting on implementing research and innovation policy at policy and institutional levels in Africa
19-20 September 2013
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