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Inauguration du bâtiment de l’Institut des statistiques de l’Union africaine (STATAFRIC) à Tunis, Tunisie, 2 novembre 2018
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Tunis, October 23rd 2018: The Global Child Nutrition Forum was held in Tunis, Tunisia, from 21 to 25 October superseding the 3rd Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA) School Feeding cluster meeting with an objective of the Forum to motivate open dialogue and sharing of experiences, good practices, lessons, challenges, and options to sustainably support nutritious, home-grown school feeding programs at national levels.
Tunis, Tunisia October 22nd 2018: As an initiative to advance the African Agenda 2063, its 10-year implementation plan and achive Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4), the African Union in collaboration with the World Food Programme and its Center of Excellence Against Hunger in Brazil have convened the Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA) School Feeding cluster meeting to discuss the modalities and strategies towards the implementation and operationalization of the CESA cluster for School feeding.
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Your excellency Minister of Local Affairs and Environment, Dr. Riadh Mouakhar,
Your excellency, Ambassador Josefa Sacko, Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, African Union,
Your excellency, Abdellatif Abid, Assistant Secretary General, League of Arab States,
Representatives of Member States, Intergovernmental Organizations and Stakeholder Groups,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
INVITATION TO REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEDIA
What: Africa-Arab Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction
When: Tuesday 9th – Sunday 13th October 2018
Where: LAICO HOTEL, Tunis, Tunisia
Who: The Africa-Arab Platform is organized by the Government of Tunisia, UNISDR, the African Union Commission and the League of Arab States.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 4 September 2018- The outgoing Tunisia Ambassador today bade farewell to the African Union after serving his term as a Permanent Representative to the Union.
H.E. Sahbi Khalfallah, Ambassador of Tunisia to Ethiopia, paid his farewell courtesy calls to H.E Mrs. Minata Cessouma, Commissioner for Political Affairs, at the Union’s headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Your Excellency Mr Eyed Dahmani, representing the Tunisian government
Your Excellences, Members of the Diplomatic Corps,
Representatives of the African Union and European Commission,
Participants and Distinguished Representatives of Civil Society from Africa and Europe,
Ladies and Gentlemen
All protocols observed
TUNIS, 13 July 2017 - Representatives of civil society organisations from Africa and Europe have stressed the importance of fostering a space for participation by civil society organisations on both continents as independent actors and integral partners within the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES), and have called upon Heads of State and Government, and African and European institutions to increase their support for a timely, transparent and inclusive involvement of CSOs at all levels of decision-making, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the JAES, ahead of the upcoming 5th Africa-E