The world is moving towards a crucial climate change meeting in Paris in December 2015 (COP21).
National Coordinator of the United Nations Millennium Campaign (UNMC), Hilary Ogbonna, in this interview with Business Editor, Sylvester Enoghase, insists that to achieve the 2015 MDGs target, sign
Washington: Climate change is the greatest threat facing humanity today.
Bonn: Almost 80 per cent of citizens across the globe are very concerned about the impacts of climate change, but close to 70 per cent also see action to combat it as an opportunity to improve the
Addis Ababa: “This is a momentous opportunity that the Africa region must seize to pave the way for its meaningful participation in the global institutional architecture for sustainable developmen
Heads of State and Government of the 54 member states of the African Union (AU) met in Johannesburg, South Africa from the 14th to 15th June.
I thank the Speaker of the Malawi National Assembly, Hon. Richard Msowoya for inviting me to deliver this lecture here today.
WaterAid today welcomed the pledges of African leaders to eliminate inequalities and end open defecation in their countries by 2030, and to work towards giving every person access to safe sanitatio
We, the African civil society organisations participating in the Bonn Climate Change Conference, are gravely concerned about the progress of negotiations and wish to express our utmost disillusionm
London: The world’s least-developed countries have accused richer nations of failing to provide financial backing for a strong new global climate treaty.
Sandton: Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed Wednesday joined other African Foreign Ministers in calling for the domestication of Africa’s Agenda 2063.
Johannesburg: The critically important United Nations climate change summit in Paris approaches, much is being made of the risks climate change poses to poor countries in Africa, and rightly so.
Paris: Speech by Amb. Amina C.
For 15 years, a global partnership for development finance has delivered remarkable results in Africa – but right now that partnership is in peril.
The FfD agenda is an important reference point for discussions on development finance, and serves as a unique space where governments, in particular from the South, are able to debate important iss
A report released Saturday by Oxfam shows the G7 countries' continued reliance on coal is on track to cost the world $450 billion (405 billion euros) a year by the end of the century. Climate chang
Washington: On May 27, I had the pleasure of serving as a panelist at an event organized by the Governance Thematic Group of 1818 Society of the World Bank Group (WBG) Alumni.
Abidjan: On May 28, 2015, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) co-hosted an open dialogue session in the AfDB’s Civil Society Organization (CSO) Forum in the m
Kigali: As the twilight rapidly sets in on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), with their end-2015 deadline fast approaching