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The Food and Agricultural Organization Focuses on Job Creation for Africa's Youth

Over 60 percent of the 1.2 billion people who live in Sub-Saharan Africa are under 25. This puts major pressure on creating solid job opportunities for each of them. The Food and Agriculture Organization reviews a number of the opportunities it is working on to help youth not just be employed, but help build the economies of the future.

Early Warning System Projects Where to Expect Political Violence in Africa

Uppsala University of Sweden has been developing simulation models intended to help forecast where largescale political violence might emerge anywhere. The model is called ViEWS, a political Violence Early-Warning System. On June 7, it released its first public forecast for the African continent.

Somalia and Djibouti To Collaborate On DARE Project

Somalia and Djibouti have announced a conference for the telecom operators of Somalia, Djibouti Telecom, and Government in Mogadishu by 2018 March to discuss their collaboration in the Djibouti African Regional Express (DARE) project.

IATA Launches Single African Air Transport Market Push

As a part of the African Union (AU) initiative, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced the launching of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) with the goal of opening up Africa's skies and improving intra-African air connectivity.

AfDB Approves Plan to Rebuild Institutions in Somalia

The African Development Bank's Board of Directors recently signed off on the Bank's Somalia Country Brief 2017-2020 plan. This is the plan which the bank will be using to help reinforce the country's institutions and critical infrastructures.

Little Time Left to Preserve Somaliland's Neglected Treasures

The ancient trading port of Berbera, lying on the Gulf of Aden opposite Yemen and steeped in history, would be a shoo-in candidate for becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site except for two problems. It's part of Somaliland, which means or most of the world it is still viewed as part of Somalia. It is also crumbling so fast that there soon may be nothing for UNESCO to consider.

Somalia and Djibouti Develop Plans to Cooperate Closer on Posts and Telecom

After a four-day official visit by H.E. Abdi Ashur Hassan, Somalia's Minister of Post, Telecommunications and Technology, to Djibouti, the Somali minister and H.E. Abadi Youssouf Sougeh, Djibouti's counterpart, have issued a joint statement on plans for cooperation between the two countries on telecom issues.

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