SUDAN – The Great Divorce
SUDAN - Splitting the largest African country.

SUDAN – The Great Divorce

Sudan, Africa's largest country, is in the final run-up to a critical referendum on independence for the oil-rich south in January 9, 2011 that seems certain to split the war-scarred state. For many, there is a fear that the split between the North and South could birth a new religion conflict between the two sides: the north, dominated by Arab Muslims, and the south, predominantly Christians.

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THE VOSS FOUNDATION AND GMF PARTNER TO CHANGE LIVES BY BUILDING A FRESH WATER WELL
The Voss Foundation has sponsored a well, built by Solutions for Africa, which is a vital part of the GMF school.

THE VOSS FOUNDATION AND GMF PARTNER TO CHANGE LIVES BY BUILDING A FRESH WATER WELL

The Voss Foundation has sponsored a well, built by Solutions for Africa, which is a vital part of the GMF school. Thanks to Voss, there is no need for girls to walk for hours to get fresh water, allowing them more time for education and increasing their safety.

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Eric Mulalu – Exclusive Coverage

Always a Congolese, married and a father, I am an entrepreneur in France, Africa and Malaysia. Besides that, in addition to be the leader of opinions and future presidential candidate in 2011, he is the head of four local associations working actively for the development, non-alienation, peace and cultural mix, including the DRC , Rally Of Congolese registered in the prefecture of Tarn and Garonne in France May 15, 2002, the ADF registered under the prefecture of Morlaix May 25, 1998; DRC wake up call recorded in Austin Texas April 22, 2010.

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Women’s Human Rights in Africa

The Women's Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program (WLPPFP) at the Georgetown University Law Center is pleased to invite you to a Congressional Briefing on Friday, March 5, 2010 on “Women’s Human Rights in Africa” presented by our Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa (LAWA) Fellows. Please RSVP by March 3 (see below for further information).

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Haiti quake: Survivors struggle while awaiting aid
Haiti quake: Extent of Damage

Haiti quake: Survivors struggle while awaiting aid

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Desperately needed aid from around the world slowly made its way Thursday into Haiti, where a leadership vacuum left rescuers scrambling on their own to save the trapped and injured and get relief supplies into the capital. President Barack Obama announced that "one of the largest relief efforts in our recent history" is moving toward Haiti, with thousands of troops and a broad array of civilian rescue workers flying or sailing in to aid the stricken country — backed by more than $100 million in relief funds.

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