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Uganda sends a delegation to learn about Brazil’s school feeding program

16 representatives from Uganda are in Brazil where they participate in a series of technical visits and meetings. The Ugandan delegation wants to get to know the school feeding system closely, particularly the National School Feeding Program (PNAE).

Angola Cables strengthens connections between Africa and North America

The African continent is increasingly connected with the world through submarine cables. The company Angola Cables announced the first direct optical connection between Angola and the United States.

Fruit growing is the path to development, says the President of Abrafrutas

Fruit growing can be a way of generating a lot of jobs and income for both Brazilians and Africans. The statement is from Roberto Barcelos, president of Abrafrutas - Brazilian Association of Fruit and Derivative Exporting Producers.

Great Egyptian Museum will open in 2020

The world's largest archaeological museum is expected to open its doors in the first half of 2020. The Great Egyptian Museum (GEM) was first announced in 1992 and was originally scheduled to open in 2012. The news should revive a shaky tourism industry. politics and terrorist attacks and accounted for 12% of Egyptian GDP in 2018 according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

With the support of Brazil, Angola inaugurates first human milk bank

It was inaugurated on Monday (18) the first bank of human milk of Angola. The initiative is part of a partnership between Brazil and countries of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) to export their public policy model. Through this initiative, Brazil - the country that has the largest network of milk banks in the world - should provide technical advice on training and project execution in Lusophone countries. To this end, the technical coordination of the CPLP Human Milk Bank Network was inaugurated last week in Rio de Janeiro.

IFAD conducts an evaluation mission in Ceará

Run by the government of Ceará, and supported by the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) since 2013, the...

OCP wants to expand Brazilian operation in the next two years

Moroccan fertilizer giant OCP plans to expand its structure in Brazil by opening four new storage sites. Warehouses will be opened in Goiás, Minas Gerais, Pará and Santa Catarina in 2020, according to information from OCP CEO Brazil, Olavio Takenaka, released by the Brazil-Arab News Agency.

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.

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.