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By Dhanojak Obongo The South Sudan’s foreign policy outlook exhibits confident neutrality. If the cold war period continued, we would be part of the nonaligned block of nations. Under current international conditions, South Sudan leans toward neither of the big … read more
Journalists from across Africa gather in Nairobi to develop continent-wide network of trainers in climate change reporting
NAIROBI, Kenya, January 13, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — UNDP’s Africa Adaptation Programme’s (AAP) week-long ‘Training-of-Trainers’ workshop starts Monday Kenyan youth journalist Audrey Wabwire to speak on her journey by bus caravan to COP17 WHO: Joachim Buwembo and Emmanuel Wongibe, … read more