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May 19, 2013
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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.
A symposium on the enforcement of judicial decisions by the ECOWAS court is underway in the Senegalese capital, Dakar.
The pump prices of unleaded gasoline, diesel and kerosene have been increased by 5%.WADR’s Lome Correspondent Ida Badio reports that motorists are already grumbling over the price rise, which may likely trigger an increase in transport fares as well as prices of basic consumer goods.
ECOWAS citizens living in Liberia are appealing to relevant authorities of the sub-regional bloc to establish a harmonized structure for resident permit fees across member countries.
ECOWAS member states have been urged to collaborate with the general secretariat of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) in sensitizing regional police forces to secure international police cooperation in the fight against crime.
A project to fight border harassments in West Africa has been launched here in the Senegalese capital, Dakar.
Liberia Football Association has sharply reacted to CAF Executive Committee’s decision to support incumbent FIFA president Joseph Blatter for the ensuing election and disband WAFU shortly after the body’s second Nations Cup in Abeokuta in Nigeria.
Twelve Ministers from member countries of West African regional bloc, ECOWAS have been attending the ministerial meeting of the Intergovernmental Action Group against Money laundering in West Africa (GIABA).
Dozens of governmental decision-makers from across the continent are here in Dakar for a meeting on mobilizing investment in infrastructure and agriculture in Africa.