In Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, the president of the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF), João Bosco Monte, met with representatives of the World Bank under the leadership of Hafez Ghanem, the Organization’s vice president for Africa. The meeting took place in parallel with the “Africa Food Security Leadership Dialogue” event, in which the IBRAF president attended.
The initiative in Ivory Coast is going to enable the building of 500 classrooms for over 25 thousand Ivorian children; the bricks are fire resistant; 40% less expensive; 20% lighter; and their durability will last hundreds of years.
Algeria leads the ranking of importers of Brazilian sugar in the current sugarcane crop, according to figures from the Sugarcane Industry Union (Unica), published by the Brazil-Arab News Agency (ANBA). Between April and June this year, the country imported 588,000 tons from Brazil. The number is equivalent to 13% of all the volume of sugar that the country sent abroad during the period. The current sugarcane crop began in April and runs through March next year.
Boris Johnson, the new British Prime Minister, proclaimed controversial declarations regarding the African continent and caused criticisms and doubts resurface regarding future relations between Great Britain and the African continent.