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Central African Republic
Projet SIE-Afrique: nouveau défi pour l'intégration énergétique de la CEMACiepf.org | 21 Mar 2012
Le projet SIE-Afrique Phase VI a été lancé du 8 au 14 mars à Bangui (Centrafrique).La cérémonie officielle de lancement a vu la participation de la Commission de la CEMAC, de lIEPF et du Bureau détudes belge dECONOTEC.Le projet SIE-Afrique Phase VI concerne le déploiement de systèmes dinformation énergétique (SIE) nationaux en Centrafrique et au Congo
GEF approves USD 20.5 million grant for Lake Chad Basin Regional ProgramAfrican Development Bank | 23 Nov 2011
At its 41st Council Meeting held in Washington, D.C. on 9 and10 November 2011, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) approved a grant of USD 20.5 million for the Lake Chad Basin Regional Program for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Efficiency.The African...
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: Major needs, major challengesIRIN News | 09 Feb 2011
Access and funding are among the major challenges facing the 30 or so international agencies working in the Central African Republic (CAR), a country ranked 159 out of 169 in the 2010 UN Development Programmes Human Development Index. Local armed groups, inter-ethnic clashes and attacks by foreign...
Central Africa; Most Beautiful Waterfall Under ThreatInter Press Service | 19 Jun 2009
Described as the most beautiful waterfall in Central Africa, Gabon's Kongou Falls are also at the heart of an environmental controversy that some believe has far-reaching implications for conservation in the country.
Africa plots common position on climateThe New Times | 13 Jul 2007
Delegates from around 42 African countries are meeting in Kigali to discuss and harmonise the continents position on climate change.
Africa: Al Gore's Liveearth Vs AfricaAllAfrica.com | 13 Jul 2007
FEW people in Africa would get to see Al Gore and his troupe of rock-star ecologists strutting their stuff last weekend - because most have neither television nor electricity.
Africa: Live Earth Vs. AfricaAllAfrica.com | 12 Jul 2007
Few people in Africa got to see Al Gore and his troupe of rock-star ecologists strutting their stuff two weekends ago, because most have neither television nor electricity. That's just as well, because they would have been aghast at Live Earth's bizarre message.
Africa: Developing Nations Embrace Renewable EnergyAllAfrica.com | 22 Jun 2007
Developing countries have increased investment in renewable energy, accounting for one-fifth of the world's total last year, according to a report by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) released today (21 June).
Africa: Compromise Reached on Ivory TradeAllAfrica.com | 18 Jun 2007
It was a great day for the African elephant Thursday morning at The Hague after Kenya and Mali led other African countries in hammering out a compromise deal on ivory trade.