The decision came on the same day that the World Bank said it had scrapped a plan to loan Tanzania $300 million after the country reaffirmed its policy of banning pregnant girls from school and recently made it a crime to question official statistics
When the sun sets on the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, many activities come to an end because of electricity outages. But that is beginning to change as residents invest in solar panels. The panels have already transformed care at a health clinic in the sprawling camp, which houses 140,000 refugees from across East Africa. Mohammed Yusuf reports.
El-Dardiri Mohamed Ahmed said his meetings with US officials were effective in convincing Washington that Sudan has taken measures against terrorism and that it is time to begin the process of removing the country from the US State Department’s list of states sponsoring terrorism