African Ministers of the Environment have agreed on a unified African position at the Conference of Parties (COP) to the 19th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations in Warsaw, Poland.
NEPAD Kenya which is now situated in the new Ministry of Devolution and National Planning serves as an operational coordinating secretariat for the implementation of NEPAD’s priority programmes and the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM).
The CEO of the NEPAD Agency and former Prime Minister of Niger, Dr Ibrahim Mayaki has cautioned that the growing youth population in Africa, which has access to modern and rapid communications systems could impact adversely on the Africa nation state
NEPAD Communications and Project staff received intensive photography training on Wednesday, by veteran photo journalist Karen Sandison. Karen is Picture Editor for The Star Newspaper Group in Johannesburg.
Dr Ibrahim Mayaki has appealed to African Union Ambassadors to the United Nations to capitalise on the recommendations of UN Resolution 67/294, which calls for support to accelerate NEPAD’s implementation.