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The future of relations between Brazil and Africa is promising, according to Hamilton Mourão

"As relações com a África são e serão prioritárias para o Brasil e o para os brasileiros", declarou o vice-presidente do Brasil, Hamilton Mourão, durante a cerimônia de abertura do Fórum Brasil África 2019.

IEA: Increase 50% in energy demand can expand the African economy fourfold

Africa has the potential to expand the continental economy fourfold, with energy demands expanding by only 50 percent, according to a new report unveiled by the International Energy Agency (IEA) during the second African Investment Forum in Johannesburg, in South Africa.

The voice of Brazilian women at the Nairobi Summit

It starts this Tuesday (12) in Nairobi the Nairobi Summit - ICPD 25. The event takes place 25 years after the first edition in Cairo. At the time, 179 countries called for the empowerment of women and girls in all spheres of their lives, including sexual and reproductive health.

UN Center of Excellence participates in the Global Call Against Hunger in Ethiopia

Deputy Director of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) Center for Excellence against Hunger, Peter Rodrigues, attended the Global Call on “Transformative Food Assistance for a World Without Hunger,” hosted by the National Commission on Risk Management. Disasters of Ethiopia (NDRMC) and WFP Representation in Ethiopia.

UNDP report reveals unpublished data about young African migration to Europe

Um relatório publicado na última semana pelo Programa das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD) mostra dados inéditos sobre migrantes irregulares que se mudaram da África para a Europa.

Egyptian Museum opens in Rio Grande do Sul

The Egyptian Museum with the largest collection in Latin America opens this week in Rio Grande do Sul. Located in the city of Canela, the museum will host a permanent exhibition of Egyptian pieces. It also has a store of products that refer to the culture and history of ancient Egypt with pieces produced by artists of the country.

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The future of relations between Brazil and Africa is promising, according to Hamilton Mourão

"As relações com a África são e serão prioritárias para o Brasil e o para os brasileiros", declarou o vice-presidente do Brasil, Hamilton Mourão, durante a cerimônia de abertura do Fórum Brasil África 2019.

Halal protein has potential for growth in Brazil

Brazil is already recognized in the Islamic world as one of the countries that has the most expertise in the production of Hala Food, especially because of its role in the protein sector. However, it can become an even more relevant player.

Cisterns, from Brazil to the world 

Around 450 thousand Brazilian families still do not have access to water. The Cistern program has been funded by the Brazilian government since 2003 and is only serving a small group of people due to insufficient resources.

Brazil-Germany cooperation strengthens projects in Africa 

The number of countries interested in Brazilian expertise in technical cooperative projects has been increasing in the past years. It takes place...

Vizzia studies investing in the African shoe market

Headquartered in the Cariri region of the Ceará State, one of the largest shoe manufacturing centers in Brazil – Vizzia wants to include Africa in its radar. Consolidated in t

After all, what is South-South Cooperation?

September 12 is the United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation. On this day, in 1978, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly adopted a plan of action in 1978 to promote and implement technical cooperation among developing countries.

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Egyptian Museum opens in Rio Grande do Sul

The Egyptian Museum with the largest collection in Latin America opens this week in Rio Grande do Sul. Located in the city of Canela, the museum will host a permanent exhibition of Egyptian pieces. It also has a store of products that refer to the culture and history of ancient Egypt with pieces produced by artists of the country.

UN exhibition on global objectives is displayed in Rio

“Conscience” is the name of an exhibition organized by the UN in Rio de Janeiro to promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda.

An unprecedented exhibition brings together sculptures, sarcophagi and mummies from Ancient Egypt in Rio de Janeiro

Mounted in Rio de Janeiro, the Ancient Egypt: From Everyday to Eternity exhibition features 140 pieces directly from the Egyptian Museum of Turin (Museo Egizio), in Italy, which has the second largest collection dedicated to Egypt in the World, behind only the Cairo Museum. , Egyptian capital. For curators Pieter Tjabbes and Paolo Marini, the idea of the exhibition is to attract an audience beyond those who already have intimacy with the theme.

Orlando Julius & The Heliocentrics will perform at a jazz festival in Brazil

The Nigerian musician Orlando Julius, considered the creator of Afropop bases, with a mix of jazz and African rhythms, will perform with the collective The Heliocentrics at the Sesc Jazz festival in São Paulo.
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Iconic Mandela

It strangely appropriate that I write these reflections late on February 10 th . Twenty-eight years ago this very night I stayed...

The Leadership for the “Africa We Want”

As the African continent developed and people got more educated on various areas of knowledge, Africans quickly realized that they had...

Exploring the potential of partnerships for development

Developing economies face many challenges, but they offer immense opportunities no matter the level of development in the country. In general, the challenges are...

Brazil must “return” to Africa

Brazilian President Michel Temer needed two years and two months,since former President Dilma Rousseff was removed from office on May 12, 2016 to make...

The maturation of a region

The beginning of the second millennium brought an effervescent trend for creating cooperative and integrating treaties in Latin America. Thus, the following treaties were...

The Power of Storytelling

I've always been fascinated with stories. It's one of the reasons why in high school I jettisoned physics, chemistry, and math...