SYMPOSIUM ON EBOLA OUTBREAK, FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER - ACP HOUSE, BRUSSELS

Brussels, 13 October 2014/ ACP: The ACP Secretariat, in collaboration with the Embassies of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Ghana, is organising a Symposium on the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa on Friday 17 October 2014, at the ACP House in Brussels.

Raising resilience in Small Islands States: A Caribbean Perspective

Brussels, 10 October 2014/ ACP: Island countries have long capitalized on their unique geography, tropical climate, remote locations and vibrant cultures to attract tourists from across the globe looking for a quick “get away”.

Official Launch of Regional Observatory for Biodiversity and Protected Areas in Central Africa

Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, 10 October 2014/ BIOPAMA/ IUCN/ ACP –The Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management Programme (BIOPAMA), will launch a regional Observatory for biodiversity and protected areas in Central Africa, with OFAC (Observatory for Central African Forests) as the host organisation.

VIEWPOINT: Culture at the heart of sustainable development in ACP countries - Assistant Secretary General Michèle Dominique Raymond

Brussels, 25 September 2014/Vivendi/ACP: No future without culture: this assertion is not just merely part of the promotional efforts of the ACP-EU Program’s support for the cultural sectors (ACPCultures+). Rather than a cry, it is a profession of faith.
 

ACP members come to the aid of ebola-hit countries

Brussels, 25 September 2014/ ACP: Several members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group have stepped forward to support the fight against the ongoing ebola epidemic, in a show of solidarity with the countries affected in West Africa, as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo.
 

Unity of the ACP Group vital: New Gambian ambassador

Brussels 23, September 2014/ ACP: The Gambia’s new ambassador in Brussels, H.E Mrs. Teneng Mba Jaiteh, made her maiden speech to the ACP Committee of Ambassadors on Thursday 18 September, underlining solidarity as a matter of priority in advancing sustainable development amongst the 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific member states.

ACP welcomes new Assistant Secretary General

Brussels, 23 September 2014/ ACP: Mrs. Ivy Dondo Chaza was presented to the Committee of Ambassadors on Thursday as the newly appointed ACP Assistant Secretary General in charge of Administration, Finance and Human Resources. Her tenure began on 1 September 2014.

IN THE NEWS: East Africa to close ACP-EU trade deal

Nairobi, 21 September 2014/ Capital FM: The East African Community (EAC) has reached a common position on the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which it intends to sign with the European Union.

The agreement was reached following a two-day Ministerial meeting held in Arusha on Friday and Saturday, 19-20 September, according to Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed.

All-ACP development cooperation policy examined

Brussels, 21 September, 2014/ ACP: Results of an intensive study carried out on the outlooks of a cohesive development cooperation policy for the 79 member countries of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group were presented to ACP delegations at a joint meeting of the ACP Sub-committee on Development Finance Cooperation and the ambassadorial Working Group on the Future Perspectives of the ACP Group on Friday 19 September.
 


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