Monthly Archives: October 2016

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L’équipe du Niger a eu une réunion de travail avec le Président de la commission National des Droits Humains.

By | October 21st, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

L'équipe du Niger a eu une réunion de travail avec le Président de la commission National des Droits Humains. Cette réunion a eu pour objecter de présenter l'equipe du Niger , ses activités et de nouer un partenariat entre les deux parties. Le Président de la commission a accueilli favorablement le partenariat avec l'équipe du [...]

In Conversation with Tim Dobermann

By | October 18th, 2016|IN CONVERSATION WITH, INSPIRE, Uncategorized|

Energy for Sustainable Development Tim Dobermann What kind of work do you do? By training, I am a development economist. I look at policies which can help a country grow, taking into account the specific context. My time has been spent in developing Asia, working together with the government in Myanmar on various [...]

Clean Energy Driving Sustainable Development in Africa

By | October 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Clean Energy Driving Sustainable Development in Africa Flexi Biogas Solutions Leading the Way Briefly introduce Flexi Biogas Solutions. Biogas International Limited – BIL also known as Flexi Biogas Solutions is a limited liability company, incorporated in Kenya in the year 2011 with Kenyan directors and operates from Karen in Nairobi. We operate under a waste-to-resource [...]

GENDER EQUALITY : PANACEA FOR QUALITY EDUCATION

By | October 10th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

When talking about gender, it’s a social construction of how the male and female sex are or wired. Taking about gender equality is highly controversial in nature. ‬ According to new research, both men and women have better quality of life in countries with a high degree of gender equality than in those with less gender [...]

One Young World Conference in Canada – a perspective from NAYD Malawi CC James Gondwe

By | October 9th, 2016|INSPIRE|

From 29th September to 2nd October 2015 I was in Ottawa Canada attending the seventh ‘One Young World Conference’ which brings together the brightest young leaders from over 196 countries around the world, empowering them to make lasting connections to create positive change. One Young World was founded in 2009 by David Jones and Kate Robertson. The conference specifically [...]

Power for all

By | October 7th, 2016|INSPIRE, NGO OF THE MONTH|

Power for All is a global campaign to accelerate the deployment of decentralized renewable energy as the key to achieving universal energy access. It has campaign partners, including NGOs, social enterprises and energy access practitioners, located and operating around the world. Power for All has also launched country campaigns in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe. [...]

NAYD member Munyaradzi Muzenda promotes the SDGs in Zimbabwe

By | October 6th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

Six Zimbabwean cycled 54 kilometres to raise awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Tinotenda Chimanikire, aged 11 years was the youngest cyclist accompanied by Tapiwa Kubvo-runo, Munyaradzi Muzenda, Anyway Shoriwa, William Mapati and the Mayor of Marondera Mr Antony Makwindi. Each cyclist wore an SDG-branded t-shirt sponsored by the United Nations Communications Group (UNCG). [...]

Lancement du Climate Marathon 2017/19

By | October 6th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

L’African Network for Policy Research and Advocacy for Sustainability (ANPRAS) et l’African Youth Initiative on Climate Change Mauritius (AYICC-Mauritius), en collaboration avec le Mouvement civique de Midlands (MCM), ont lancé samedi dernier, au centre Bien-être social, de Wooton le “Climate Marathon 2017/19”. Cette initiative vise à sensibiliser 42 villages sur le changement climatique. « Tout comme un [...]

In Conversation with Dr. Liam Swiss

By | October 1st, 2016|IN CONVERSATION WITH, INSPIRE|

  Foreign Aid in the post-2015 Development Phase What kind of work do you do? I am a sociologist of development. I study processes of globalization and social change with a focus on foreign aid/development assistance and gender in politics. Previously, I worked for the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) on Canada’s aid programs to [...]