West Africa: Shake-up for the status quo.
..., it would seem, is not favoured by the outgoing president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. He is being backed by politicians who fell out with the president ... He said that a number of countries, including Libya, France, Germany, Chad, Niger, as well as the UN, had "decided on an extreme emergency operation ...
ACBF: the quiet helper.
... at the forum via video recording, Liberia's president, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, who could not attend due to other engagements in Spain, said the ..., Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Central African Republic, Chad, Con go-Brazzaville, Congo-DRC, Cote d'Ivoire, Denmark, Djibouti, France, ...
- Southwark Improvement Act 1830
Ambitious makeover plans for transport: a new series of initiatives aim at tackling Nigeria's outdated and often dilapidated transport network. The plans are ambitious but will delivery match the promise? Neil Ford reports.
... has been speeded up, as has the construction of branch roads to Chad, Mali and Tunisia. . Trucks using the completed road could cut transport .... The Lagos State commissioner for transport, Abiola Johnson, said: "If they are rickety, unrepairable, unserviceable then they should ...
Telemedicine lifeline for rural Africa: the growth of information communication technologies has allowed a number of projects sponsored by the Vodafone Group Foundation to provide healthcare only previously available in populous urban areas. Stuart Price reports.
.... Dr Johnson Musomi is the telemedicine outreach project manager for AMREF in Kenya. He ... operates mobile cellular operations in 14 countries: Burkina Faso; Chad; Democratic Republic of Congo; Gabon; Kenya; Madagascar; Malawi; Niger; ...
Africa's health 'on the mend': Africa's political and economic landscape is improving steadily according to a number of external reports on the continent's health. However, the same reports often display a reluctance to acknowledge Africa's successes.
...President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia is by profession a US-educated banker. Meanwhile, ... the world's least competitive economy, followed by Burundi (127) and Chad (126). . Competitiveness is judged by three sub-indexes: . (1) Basic ...
The Nigerian paradox: gloom & bloom.
...'s remote mountains and forest, on and around Nigeria's borders with Chad, Niger and Cameroon, from where they keep up a barrage of deadly attacks ...According to Communications Minister Omobola Johnson, 70 per cent of every naira spent by investors on telecoms infrastructure ...
2017 Mid-Year Cross-Border Government Investigations and Regulatory Enforcement Review
Welcome to BakerHostetler’s 2017 Mid-Year Cross-Border Government Investigations and Regulatory Enforcement Review. This edition delivers news, analysis and insights into key developments in the cross-border investigations and enforcement landscape during the first half of 2017. Perhaps more than any other period covered by this report, the first half of 2017 saw a marked, and by some measures...
Africa reshape 2011 what a year!!!(The Year in Review)
... of extrajudicial killings of such migrants - mainly from Sudan, Chad, Niger, Somalia, Eritrea and Nigeria - were rife but went unreported, let ...WOMEN ON TOP: . 2011 NOBEL PEACE PRIZE . Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (who has just been returned in the recent elections) shared the ...
Overview of Country Experience in Land Rights and Developmental Statehood: South Korea, Taiwan, China and Singapore
This article examines lessons that can be drawn from the land rights regimes of four countries that have commendable economic performance. It highlights the nature of land rights during the developmental statehood pursuits of three East Asian states (South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore) and a country that currently pursues socialist market economic policy, i.e. China. The themes that are considered
- Designation of Schools Having a Religious Character (England) Order 1999
- Sharples and Hoghton Road [Lancashire] Act 1852
- Manchester Streets Act 1836
- Manchester Improvement Act 1854
- Leeds, Dewsbury and Manchester Railway Act 1845
- Local Government Board's Provisional Orders Confirmation (No.3) Act 1887
- Import Duties (Developing Countries) (No. 3) Order 1973
- Road from Cavendish Bridge to Hulland Ward (Derbyshire) Act 1827
- Crown Point Bridge (Leeds) Act 1840
- Shrewsbury Gasworks Act 1857
- Stafford Gas Act 1846
- Road from Frodsham to Appleton (Cheshire) Act 1827
- Local Government Supplemental (No. 3) Act 1866
- Import Duties (Developing Countries) Order 1971
- Import Duties (Developing Countries) (No. 4) Order 1975