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The United States has donated a consignment of equipment to the Malian Army under the Trans-Sahara Counter Terrorism Partnership that aims to fight the spread of terrorism.
In Niger, the Red Cross is concerned that floods and cholera epidemic might get worse.
Over three million people in the country are already suffering from food insecurity.
In some countries, there are just over two health workers for every thousand people.A new report released by Save the Children shows that children in such countries are five times more likely to die, than in other countries at the top of the index.
Niger’s President Mahamadou Issoufou is determined to continue his fight against corruption.
Niger’s authorities have arrested and detained a former official, who served in the military junta government of General Saliou Djibo, for allegedly embezzling millions of dollars from the health ministry.
Media watchdog, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has published a report on the state of media in Guinea and Niger.
Members of the West African Civil Society have ended a meeting on how to improve enterprise governance in Dakar, Senegal.
The Network of Transparency and Budgetary Analysis Organizations (ROTAB) in Niger is calling for strong penalties against those involved in the embezzlement of 1.5 billion CFA francs.
Governments, private sector and midwives in West Africa have been urged to invest more in midwifery to make the profession more attractive so as to get more people drawn to it.
The second training course in long-term planning using the T21 model technique for the 15 ECOWAS Member states is underway in the Senegalese capital, Dakar.