UN Launches Lifesaving Vaccination Campaign for Children Facing Measles Threat

[UN News] Almost 30,000 young Somali children, many of them displaced by a searing drought, are being vaccinated against measles this week in a United Nations-backed emergency campaign in one of the country’s hardest-hit towns.

[UN News] Almost 30,000 young Somali children, many of them displaced by a searing drought, are being vaccinated against measles this week in a United Nations-backed emergency campaign in one of the country's hardest-hit towns.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

UN Releases Funding for Response to those Fleeing Kasai

[UN News] The United Nations migration agency released emergency funding in the amount of $100,000 to kick-start relief operations in Angola for the 1.1 million Congolese displaced by fighting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) south-centr…

[UN News] The United Nations migration agency released emergency funding in the amount of $100,000 to kick-start relief operations in Angola for the 1.1 million Congolese displaced by fighting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC) south-central Kasai region.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Brazzaville

Meagre Release of Budgetary Funds Irks Bunge Committee

[Daily News] The Constitution and Legal Affairs Committee has expressed discontent over meagre funds released to its parent ministry by the Treasury which has hampered implementation of projects.

[Daily News] The Constitution and Legal Affairs Committee has expressed discontent over meagre funds released to its parent ministry by the Treasury which has hampered implementation of projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Zanzibar Town Transformation Almost Starting

[Daily News] Zanzibar -President Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday met Engineering Consultants Group (ECG) officials from Egypt, a crucial step towards the commencement of works to develop Zanzibar town into a modern city.

[Daily News] Zanzibar -President Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday met Engineering Consultants Group (ECG) officials from Egypt, a crucial step towards the commencement of works to develop Zanzibar town into a modern city.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Chief Justice Turns to Experts on Powers of Prosecutions Director

[Daily News] Acting Chief Justice, Prof Ibrahim Juma has invited two prominent law professors to assist the Court of Appeal determine an appeal on powers of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to deny bail to accused persons in criminal proceedings.

[Daily News] Acting Chief Justice, Prof Ibrahim Juma has invited two prominent law professors to assist the Court of Appeal determine an appeal on powers of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to deny bail to accused persons in criminal proceedings.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Confederation Cup Fever Mounts

[Daily News] The race for a ticket to represent Tanzania in CAF Confederation Cup has renewed Dar es Salaam football giants rivalry and this weekend, two of them will crash out.

[Daily News] The race for a ticket to represent Tanzania in CAF Confederation Cup has renewed Dar es Salaam football giants rivalry and this weekend, two of them will crash out.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Madagascar Patrol Vessel Docks At Malindi Port

[Daily News] MADAGASCAR Indian Ocean Commission Patrol Ship crew at the Malindi Port in Zanzibar yesterday. The ship is in Tanzania for its patrol mission as per the Commission agreement. (Photo by Issa Yussuf)

[Daily News] MADAGASCAR Indian Ocean Commission Patrol Ship crew at the Malindi Port in Zanzibar yesterday. The ship is in Tanzania for its patrol mission as per the Commission agreement. (Photo by Issa Yussuf)

source: AllAfrica News: Madagascar

Union Is a Model That Must Be Consolidated

[Daily News] Put liberally, 53-year-old human age mates of Tanzania’s Union- whose latest commemoration is today‑are two years short of voluntary retirement. But unlike a public servant for whom retirement is beckoning, and who is probably excited over liberation from stress, the Union is an entity for which no time-frame has been set.

[Daily News] Put liberally, 53-year-old human age mates of Tanzania's Union- whose latest commemoration is today‑are two years short of voluntary retirement. But unlike a public servant for whom retirement is beckoning, and who is probably excited over liberation from stress, the Union is an entity for which no time-frame has been set.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania