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ARDN celebrates International Youth Week

At the begining of this week, ARDN President DrDjibrilDiallo and his colleagues congratulate and encourage all Africans youth and the diaspora, all youth of #ROJALNU for their efforts to popularize #ODD in Africa. According to the United Nations, the African population will increase from 1 to 1.6 billion people between …

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Vice President of ROJALNU Ivory Coast on a working visit to Senegal

On a working visit to the Senegalese capital, the vice-president of the ROJALNU-Ivory Coast Miss TamiaKoko met with the CEO of ARDN Dr. DjibrilDiallo and his team composed of Mr. Pap Moussa Sow, President of the ROJALNU-Senegal Section and Ms. Akossiwa KPEGLI, Communications Officer of ARDN. During the discussions Dr. …

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Ethiopia ‘breaks’ tree-planting record to tackle climate change

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is leading the project, which aims to counter the effects of deforestation and climate change in the drought-prone country. Some public offices have been shut down to allow civil servants to take part. The UN says Ethiopia’s forest coverage declined from 35% of total land in …

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ARDN and ROJALNU on preparatory mission

The Network of the African Renaissance and the Diaspora and a delegation of the Rojalnu Africa  have started this tuesday in Niger, a preparatory mission of the side event which will gather all the young leaders of the continent on the theme “A greener Africa, the youth and the climate …

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26 May THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS & GRIOTS

Professor Gilbert Rochon, Co-Chair of the Higher Education Initiative of the New York-based African Renaissance and Diaspora Network and Bebe Oyegun-Adeoye, business consultant at Talent Talks Africa, share their stories of the week. Prof Rochon focused on forced migration from Africa, during the slave trade to North and South America …

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