On June 30, 2020, the Africa Faith and Justice Network was one of the signers of the “Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) Proposed Judiciary Reforms are devastating and Unconstitutional,” letter sent to the Honorable Ambassador Tibor P. Nagy, Jr., the … Continued
Washington DC – Wednesday during his General Audience, Pope Francis spoke on the sacredness of every human life in response to protests, rioting, and global unrest following the death of George Floyd while in police custody. Floyd is only the most recent victim of years of institutionalized violence against black men and women. This tragedy has opened up wounds for many people of African descent and others who have experienced racism first-hand.
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Action de grâces Nous disons merci à Dieu notre Créateur pour les grâces abondantes répandues sur notre Mère Afrique et sur tous ses enfants : pour les terres fertiles et riches, pour les ressources minérales, pour la variété de la flore … Continued
My sincerest apologies that Rep. McGovern had to cancel his appearance at the last minute. He very much regrets that he is unable to be here this morning and sends his congratulations on your 35th anniversary. (Download PDF File) I … Continued
According to the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) agriculture accounts for one third of gross domestic product GDP growth in Africa but to foster food security and nutrition, rural women’s work and rights in the agricultural sector, experts agree … Continued
The World Food Prize is awarded yearly for a specific and exceptionally significant contribution to the production or distribution of food. This year’s “Nobel Prize of Agriculture” was awarded to Akinwumi Adesina, a former Nigerian agriculture minister – and currently … Continued
Up to 70% of the world’s cocoa is produced by 2 million farmers in a belt that stretches from Sierra Leone to Cameroon, but Ivory Coast and Ghana are the giants, the world’s first and second biggest producers. They are … Continued