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US-Africa L.L.C. is a consultancy platform with high skilled professionals in the field of trade, mining, fishing, and project research and development. Our staff includes a variety of specialists from Africa, Europe and from the U.S.A. Our head office is located in Conakry/Guinea, and field offices are located in Amsterdam/The Netherlands, and Bonn/Germany.

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AFRICA 2002: Bono takes the lead in Mother Africa Award
Due to massive response from U2 fans from all over the world, Bono took the lead in the first MOTHER AFRICA AWARD Internet election with more than 50% of the present votes. Many U2 and Bono fan sites have added a link to this unique contest and US-Africa sincerely hopes Africa oriented Internet sites will do the same very soon to guarantee a more balanced vote. So please do not hesitate to link to the poll site.
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NAIROBI/KENYA 01 May 2002: Coffee Revolution.
Two Kenyans Titus Gitau and Stephen Njukia want to auction beans over the internet. They say they want to get higher prices for the best coffees and pass on bigger profits to farmers. They say "in America, you walk into Starbucks and pay $5 for a cup of coffee, at the same time the farmers in Africa are getting very little." The two say they will sell only the very best coffee through their INTERNET COMPANY. At a first Internet auction in April a Japanese buyer paid $453 (£311) per 50 kilo bag of the best Kenyan Arabica coffee - $106 more per bag than the same lot fetched at a local auction a few weeks earlier. One container of coffee is worth $50,000. Titus and Stephen are planning their next auction in August 2002.
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ANTEBBE/UGANDA 30 April 2002: Pan-African airline starts.
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Captain Joe Roy launched AfricaOne, a new African airline which aims to link countries across the continent with the rest of the world. AfricaOne is entirely owned by African entrepreneurs, with no government involvement. The company is based in Uganda and President Museveni travelled on board the inaugural flight on Monday. AfricaOne aims to operate throughout the continent and initially will serve Entebbe in Uganda, Lagos, Freetown in Sierra Leone and Banjul, in The Gambia. These cities will be linked to London Gatwick and Dubai. The airline will use DC-9s for African routes and DC10s to make bi-weekly trips from Entebbe to Lagos and then on to Dubai, and also plans to expand to Zambia and South Africa.
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NAIROBI/KENYA 29 April 2002: Kenyan president moves to protect forests.
(Source: CNN) Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi said Tuesday he would take "drastic measures" to stop the degradation of his African nation's forests, including banning timber harvesting in protected areas and prosecuting offenders. Moi made his vow a day after dozens of wealthy homeowners gathered in the pouring rain to protest the unauthorized carving up of one of two remaining forests in Nairobi. He also blamed the chief conservator of forests and his officers for "neglecting their responsibilities and allowing forests to be destroyed." Moi appointed a retired military official to supervise forest management. Moi also called on all Kenyans to report anyone they see cutting down protected forests.
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LAGOS/NIGERIA 27 April 2002: 77 Million tourist by 2020
The World Tourism Organization (WTO) forecasts that international tourist arrivals in Africa are expected to reach 77 million by 2020. This represented an average annual growth rate of 5.5 percent for the period between 1995 and 2020. Africa needs urgent support to gain a better share of the international tourism market not only for tourist flows but also for alleviating poverty on the continent. The richness of Africa's resources and attractions as well as its closeness to Europe will help Africa boost the tourism sector to increase foreign exchange earnings. Eugenio Yunis, the head of Sustainable Tourism Development at the WTO called for investments from the private sector to develop the tourism, saying that in most developed nations, the rapid growth of the tourism sector in the last decades have been the result of private sector's efforts.
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WEST AFRICA 25 April 2002: US signs trade deal with West Africa
(Source: BBC) The US has signed a trade agreement with a regional organisation of eight West African countries which it hopes will lead to greater commercial ties between the two sides. Officials in Washington said the deal would help increase trade with the West African Economic Monetary Union (WAEMU) - a group of countries who all use the west African CFA franc as their national currency. The WAEMU members are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo. Total two-way trade between the US and the WAEMU last year rose by 12% to more than $760m (£524m).
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NY/UNITED NATIONS 17 April 2002: Kofi Annan appoints Jane Goodall as Messenger of Peace
Secretary-General Kofi Annan honoured the renowned primatologist and environmentalist, Dr. Jane Goodall, today as a United Nations Messenger of Peace. Dr. Goodall, a resident of the United Kingdom and the United Republic of Tanzania, is well known for her pioneering research with chimpanzees in Tanzania which began more than 42 years ago. In recognition of Dr. Goodall's exceptional contribution to the advancement of research, education and advocacy on environmental issues, the Secretary-General appointed her a member of an advisory panel to assist in promoting the goals of the World Summit on Sustainable Development, to be held in Johannesburg in September 2002. The panel was also given the task of looking at new approaches to sustainable development.
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AFRICA 16 April 2002: CNN African Journalist of the Year.
(Source: CNN) Finalists of the CNN African Journalist of the Year Competition, held in partnership from CNN with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and sponsored by a number of top pan-African companies, were announced by Dr. Doyinsola Abiola, Chairperson of the independent judging panel. The competition, which received entries from 26 countries throughout the continent, was for the first time open to Francophone Africa. The finalists, from Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe are:

- Sara Blecher, S.A. Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), South Africa
- Angie Kapelianis, S.A. Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), South Africa
- Patrice Douh-Lessou, Fraternité-Matin, Cote D'Ivoire
- Khadija Magardie, Mail & Guardian, South Africa
- Isaac Masingati, Weekend Nation, Malawi
- John Mwendwa Gitari, Kenya Television Network, Kenya
- Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, The Daily News, Zimbabwe
- Carolyne Nakazibwe, The Monitor, Uganda
- Declan Okpalaeke, Tell, Nigeria
- Susan Purén, for Carte Blanche, M-Net/DSTV, South Africa
- Loretta Vanderpuye, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Ghana
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ACCRA/GHANA 11 April 2002: CONFERENCE ON WATER
The United Nations says millions of the world's poorest people survive on less than a fifth of the water they need and guaranteeing proper water supplies is vital to eradicating poverty. It believes the problem is worst in Africa, which also needs huge quantities of water for agriculture. This warning comes in a report written by Price Willem Alexander from The Netherlands, a Dutch adviser to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. The Prince of Orange, prepared a report, No Water, No Future, for a conference being held in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, from 15 to 17 April. Millions of Africans try to exist on 10 litres a day (2.6 gallons). They live in Gambia, Djibouti, Somalia, Mali, Mozambique, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Eritrea. The Prince says, no single type of intervention has had greater overall impact upon economic development and public health than the provision of safe drinking water and proper sanitation. Prince Willem Alexander hopes one way of helping to reach these goals will be the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad), the brainchild of the Organisation of African States (OAU). Nigerian Water Resources Minister Alhaji Muktari Shagari says over 400 million people will live in at least 17 water-scarce African countries by 2010. The lack of water will severely constrain food production, ecosystem protection and economic development in the affected countries.
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LUANDA/ANGOLA 5 April 2002: Finally Peace?
Angola's army and UNITA rebel leaders have ended Africa's longest war by signing a peace agreement in the capital, Luanda. The Angolan government and UNITA have been at war almost continually since independence from Portugal in 1975. The pact was signed by armed forces chief General Armando da Cruz Neto and UNITA chief-of-staff General Abreu Muengo Ukwachitembo "Kamorteiro" at the parliament in Luanda as white flags flew outside. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos and interim rebel leader Paulo Lukamba "Gato" hopefully finished 27-years of strife. About one million people have died in the fighting and four million more, about 40 percent of the population, have been driven from their homes in the oil-and-diamond-rich country. The deal was also signed by the U.N.'s representative to Angola and ambassadors from the United States, Russia and former colonial power Portugal. Lukamba, who is known as Gato, took control of UNITA after the death of Savimbi and says "UNITA will be legalised as a political party and we shall operate as an opposition party. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos said he wants to organise national elections as soon as possible.
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SOUTH AFRICA/KALAHARI 3 April 2002: Slimming Medicine from the San People.
The San Bushmen of Southern Africa stand to make millions of pounds from a so-called miracle slimming pill being developed by Western drug companies including Pfizer. The drug successfully passed the third phase of its clinical tests last December but is still four years away from coming to the market. The San People have faced extinction and poverty for hundreds of years, but that could change dramatically. An investigation exposed how British and United States drug firms aimed to make a fortune from an appetite-suppressing ingredient of the hoodia plant, which grows wild in Africa's Kalahari desert. It has been used for thousands of years by the San to stave off hunger and thirst on long hunting trips. The drug companies hope to turn the hoodia ingredient - dubbed P57 - into an international diet pill. Scientists believe that this natural product will have no side effects. With the worldwide market in slimming aids and anti-obesity products worth more than £163,6-billion, millions of pounds could flow to the Kalahari when the pill hits the market. Although the details of the agreement have to be hammered out, the San are likely to be involved in farming and cultivating hoodia and to be offered scholarships to study so that their ancient botanical knowledge may lead to other commercial products.
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WEST AFRICA 2 April 2002: Big waste of Africa's fish.
(Source: BBC) Campaigners say European Union (EU) boats are wasting West Africa's rich fishing resources by discarding most of their catch. They say what is happening proves that developing countries should keep their fish to themselves. Unknown quantities of fish are being caught in all kinds of African waters and exported to industrialised countries like the EU and Japan. Foreign boats have been fishing in Senegalese waters for more than 20 years, catching huge quantities of shrimp, tuna and now sardines. The situation soon became an unsustainable free-for-all, with industrial fishing destroying the country's most valuable resource. Foreign fishing methods soon began to destroy West Africa's delicate marine ecology. The ecosystem in tropical waters is very fragile, and very vulnerable to the industrial trawling techniques used by the EU. This has been described as being akin to clear-felling in a forest. They're catching everything now, the small fish, the uneconomic fish. So out of the catch they make, possibly they keep anything between 10 and 20%. But anything from 80-90% is chucked back in the water dead. And very often these are the fish that form the backbone of the artisanal fishery. Not only are the trawlers clear-felling, they're also turning the ecosystem into a kind of waste dump.
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GUINEA/CONAKRY 30 March 2002: New breed of rice - 50% more yield.
Farmers in West Africa are set to receive seeds for a new breed of rice, which increases harvests by up to 50% without the need for irrigation. It matures around a month earlier, and is richer in protein. In Guinea around 100,000 farmers are already growing Nerica. Nerica - short for New Rice for Africa - is a seed for a new breed of rice, which could increase harvests by up to 50%. It combines the hardiness of traditional African strains with the productivity of Asian varieties. Nerica could reduce the future need for rice imports dramatically. At a recent meeting in Ivory Coast the West African Rice Development Association (Warda) announced that Nerica seeds would be distributed to farmers in Benin, Gambia, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Nigeria and Togo. The target is to produce 750 million tonnes in 2003, which could save those seven nations as much as $100 million by reducing rice imports. From there, if all goes well, its developers hope Nerica will spread across sub-Saharan Africa.
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BRUSSELS/BELGIUM: 14 March 2002: New Belgian Airline flies Africa
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As of April 26, 2002 SN Brussels Airlines is the newest Belgian airline, created to continue in the steps of the two companies Sabena and DAT, who between them had an unequalled safety record. The new company will keep Sabena's famous 'S' symbol as part of its identity, as a way of acknowledging and building on the know-how of its predecessors. From 26 April 2002 SN Brussels Airlines will open frequent Africa connections to:
- 5 times a week: Dakar and Banjul
- 3 times a week: Conakry and Monrovia
- 5 times a week: Kinshasa, Luanda, Douala and Yaounde
- 6 times a week: Nairobi, Kigali and Entebbe
This courageous decision is warmly welcomed by many business people and tourist traveling to Senegal, The Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, DR Congo, Angola, Cameroon, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. It will guarantee more competition in those markets to the benefit of all travelers but also to keep an important air-bridge to Africa. SN Brussels Airlines deserves support and applause. For further information click here

SOUTH AFRICA: March 2002: New Malaria Drug
Pharmaceutical company Novartis launched COARTEM, a new drug to cure malaria. It has been used extensively by Netcare Travel Clinics in Soth Africa as well as other African countries. Netcare says that the drug works much faster than other traditional drugs on the market and is "pretty free of side effects". Research initially done in Tailand showed that it worked twice faster to clear the malarial parasite from the bloodstream. Quinine shows parasite clearance within 72 hours while Coartem can show a difference within an hour and complete parasite clearance within 36 hours. The drug has been in use in Europe and the United States but operates under the name Riamet.

Old Lime/Connecticut, U.S.A. 2001: MOSQUITO KILLER
15 Year old USA high school junior Michael Nyberg invented the "larvasonic" he calles an "accoustic larvicide system" - "a West Nile Virus killer". His invention could battle West Niles virus by killing larvae using sound frequencies. The device works by converting power from a rechargeable battery into sound energy, which is transmitted through an antenna into water. The emitted frequency causes the mosquito larva's air bladder to rupture surrounding tissue. The devices, which would cost from about $4'000 for a small handheld version to $50'000 for the sewage-treatment variety, would sell for a fraction of the cost of chemical treatments. Michael and his father Herbert Nyberg started a company called New Mountain Innovations to market the "Larvasonic".

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28 April 2002: MALI/BAMAKO - PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Presidential election. Twenty-four candidates are set to contest the presidential election in Mali on Sunday, 28 April. Their campaign posters, with enticing slogans and captions, are plastered all over the capital, Bamako.
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02 - 16 May 2002: SOUTH AFRICA - HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
The 31st Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights is going to take place from 2nd to 16th May 2002 in Pretoria, South Africa.
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03 May 2002: AROUND THE GLOBE - WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY
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05 - 10 May 2002: CONAKRY/GUINEA - ATA CONGRESS
ATA 2002 - 27th Annual Congress.
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09 - 12 May 2002: MIAMI/USA - AfrICANDO 2002
Trade Symposium and Exposition: The Foundation for Democracy. "Expanding Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment". This Fifth annual trade and investment symposiumsymposium, with hundreds of businesspeople and government officials from African and Caribbean nations will be held in Hotel Inter-Continental Miami.
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11 - 14 May 2002: DURBAN/STH AFRICA - INDABA 2002
South African Tourism's annual Indaba is the largest tourism marketing event of its kind in Africa and an important event on the tourism calendar.
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14 MAY 2002: SIERRA LEONE - ELECTION
Presidential election.
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15 May 2002: JOAHNNESBURG/STH AFRICA - AFRICAN JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
The CNN African Journalist of the Year Competition, now in its 7th year, is organized by CNN in partnership with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). The winners will be recognised at a gala awards ceremony to be held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa on 15 May 2002.
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16 - 18 May 2002: ACCRA/GHANA- AITEC 2002 CONFERENCE
International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana: The West African, Computer, Communications & Office Equipment Exhibition. A Cost Effective Marketing Bundle Offering you a Total Marketing and Promotion Platform at the Definitive EXPO for Information and Communication Technologies for Market Leaders in West Africa:
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26 May 2002: AFRICA - AFRICAN UNION DAY
First Celebration of the African Union, legally came into effect on 26 May 2001.
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28 May 2002: MODENA/ITALY - PAVAROTTI BENEFIT CONCERT FOR ANGOLAN CHILDREN
Acclaimed Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti will hold a benefit concert in his hometown of Modena, Italy, May 28 and donate the proceeds to health and education projects benefiting Angolan refugee children in Zambia, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees announced Thursday. Pavarotti, a U.N. Messenger of Peace, has held a number of benefit concerts in the past, raising millions of dollars for refugees worldwide. The concert will feature the tenor and other international performers.
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29 - 30 May 2002: DAR ES SALAAM/TANZANIA - WATER AFRICA 2002
The Water Africa 2002 Sub-Sahara Exhibition will be staged in Tanzania for the first time during 29-31 May 2002. This will be the 11th Water Africa event since the series began in 1993 and will be the first to be held in Tanzania. (For those interested in North Africa and the Middle East, Water Africa 2002 North is being held in Cairo during 13-15 February 2002). The exhibition and conference will be held at the Aga Khan Hall in Dar-es-Salaam.
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30 - 31 May 2002: KIMBERLY/SOUTH AFRICA - ROUGH DIAMOND STANDARDS CONFERENCE
Launch of International Certification Scheme for Rough Diamonds. South Africa chairs the expanded Kimberley Process, which is a negotiating process process involving more than 30 governments, the European Community, the diamond industry and civil society to establish minimum acceptable international standards for national certification schemes relating to trade in rough diamonds.
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31 May - 01 June 2002: ARUSHA/TANZANIA - KARIBU TRAVEL FAIR
Arusha Town Centre. Re-named "KARIBU" which is Ki-Swahili for "WELCOME", Tanzania is inviting international tour agents as well as trade and travel journalists to visit the fair.
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31 May - 30 June 2002: KOREA/JAPAN - WORLD CUP FOOTBALL
17th FIFA World Cup Football/Soccer. African contestants are: Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Senegal and Tunisia.

01 - 08 June 2002: THE GAMBIA- UNNUAL ROOTS FESTIVAL
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Official Opening of the Festival by His Excellency The President of The Republic Of The Gambia. Gambian Bands, Trade Fair, Miss Roots Beauty Pageant, "Kumpo" (Jola masquerade dance competition), African Gala Dinner (variety of West African dishes) and Awards Night, West African Fashion Show, Beach Party Finale.
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02 - 04 June 2002: TRIPOLI/LIBYA - FIRST INT. OIL & GAS EXHIBITION
First International Oil and Gas Exhibition, Tripoli
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05 - 08 June 2002: NAMIBIA/WINDHOEK - INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR
Namibia International Trade Fair 2002. Windhoek Fair Grounds. Contact: Ms. Marita Harmse Phone 00264 61 224748
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06 - 07 June 2002: BONN/GERMANY - 2ND INT. CONFERENCE ON YOUTH EDUCATION
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Conference Hall, Godesberger Allee 149, Bonn. "Technology and Human development in Africa".
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10 - 13 June 2002: ROME/ITALY - WORLD FOOD SUMMIT
FAO will host a global meeting at its Rome headquarters from 10-13 June to review progress towards ending hunger. The meeting is meant to track progress achieved since the 1996 World Food Summit and consider ways to accelerate the process.
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22 June 2002: AROUND THE GLOBE - WORLD REFUGEE DAY
The U.N. General Assembly designates June 20 each year as World Refugee Day in honor of the many millions of people who have been globally uprooted.
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26 - 28 June 2002: KANANASKIS/CANADA - G8 SUMMIT
In January, Canada assumed the chair of the G8 for 2002. Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, who is the longest serving Leader in the G8, hosts this year’s meeting, to be held in Kananaskis, Alberta, from June 26-27, 2002.
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27 - 30 June 2002: SWITZERLAND/CRANS MONTANA - 13TH CRANS MONTANA FORUM
The Crans Montana Forum is the only Business Organisation of this importance which devotes every year since 1989 a large part of its programmes to Africa specially in the frame of the Swiss Initiative for Africa launched in 1998 at the Crans Montana Forum, by Mr. Flavio Cotti, President of the Swiss Confederation. This Initiative is devoted to the Integration of Africa. A number of Heads of States will participate among them the President of Ivory Coast, Mr. Laurent Gbagbo, the President of Senegal, Mr. A. Wade, the President of Chad, Mr. Idriss Deby, the Vice President of Nigeria Mr. Atiku Abubakar and numerous Prime Ministers and Ministers from other African countries.
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28 June - 13 July 2002: ZANZIBAR - ZIFF
ZIFF, 5th FESTIVAL OF THE DHOW COUNTRIES, East Africa’s largest cultural event takes place in Zanzibar 28th June – 13th July 2002, in magnificent, historical venues around Stone Town.
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29 - 30 June 2002: SACRAMENTO/CAL-USA - AFRICAMIX FESTIVAL
10:00 am - 10: 00 pm / $7: California State University, Sacramento 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819. According to Africamix spokesperson, Beatrice Gatebuke, the multicultural, two-day festival is designed to raise global consciousness and funding for the prevention of child abuse and neglect in black communities.
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2 - 11 September 2002: JOHANNESBURG - WORLD SUMMIT
WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (Rio’ Earth Summit +10).
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“Operation Safe Haven” is a far reaching proposal to build “Safe Haven Villages” for refugees in ancestral homelands of war torn regions in Africa. Each Village should offer safe shelter for 10’000 – 16’000 refugees/asylum seekers. If id 2002, mankind is able to establish, “Peace Parks” for animals in Africa, why wouldn’t it be possible to create neutral “Peace Zones” for human beings?

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