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Country:            GDP (nominal $) 1. United Kingdom    2.8 trillion 2. United States          21.3 trillion 3. Canada                     1.8 trillion 4. Germany                  4.0 trillion 5. France                       2.7 trillion 6. Australia. ...
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8. Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe – Togo Bachelor’s Degree in Financial Management from the Sorbonne, in Paris. Master’s Degree in Business Administration from The George Washington University in the United States. 7. Ibrahim Boubacar Keita – Mali Ibrahim studied at the Lycée Janson-de-Sailly in Paris and Lycée Askia-Mohamed in Bamako. 6. Ameenah Gurib – Mauritius Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) Degree from the University of Surrey. PhD in...
Genet committed to improve girls education in Dowa
Girls Empowerment Network (Genet) has urged parents and teachers in Dowa district to be at the forefront in promoting girls education for them to achieve their dream.Genet Project Officer Biata Kadammanja said this on Monday at Golong'oza Community Day Secondary School in the area of Traditional Authority Msakambewa during a meeting which they organised with parents, teachers...
Sexual and reproductive health in Chiradzuru District
Youth in Agriculture for Economic Development (YAED) says there is need to make youth-friendly health services available to young people in various communities in Chiradzuru district, so to enable them access the services, and make good choices in as far as sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is concerned. The organization's Director of Programs Happy...
School teacher in class
David E Kiwuwa, University of Nottingham The Ibrahim Index of African Governance measures and monitors Africa’s governance performance. It produces an impartial picture of governance performance in every country on the continent. David E Kiwuwa, associate professor of international studies at the University of Nottingham, asked Mandipa Ndlovu, a Zimbabwean academic, researcher and 2017/18...
African Proverbs
African proverbs are much more than artistic sayings. They symbolise real life situations in just a few words that show great meaning. Here are 10 African proverbs relating to food. In cultures, historically without literature, proverbs gave an understanding of cultural values and historical insights. Consisting of rhyme or clever allusions they are entertaining,...
On this day in Africa and the world
This day DATE IN HERE in Malawi’s history, world history and which celebrities were born today Check out what happened in history on this day, who was born and much more This day in Malawi in 2015 63 people are killed and 70,000 are left homeless after floods devastate Mozambique and Malawi.
Group of young children in Lilongwe Malawi
Group of young children in Lilongwe Malawi Inclusive education is when all students, regardless of any challenges they may have, are placed in age-appropriate general education classes that are in their own neighbourhood schools to receive high quality instructions, interventions, and support that enable them to meet success in core curriculum.
Primary school children eating porridge before school
Primary school children eating porridge before school. Picture by Michael Tembo Recent surveys have ranked Malawi’s literacy amongst primary school learners as one of the lowest in sub-Saharan Africa. This makes Malawi one of the least developed countries in the world without enough classrooms, qualified teachers and teaching resources. Without dramatic improvement in...

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