Twenty-eight years ago, dozens of musicians "checked their egos at the door" of a Los Angeles studio to record 'We Are the World' - generating over $75 million for famine relief. Now AllAfrica and USA for Africa invite you to join a two-year initiative in advance of the song's 30th anniversary. To learn how to use this initiative as a platform for promoting diverse causes in the 'We Are the World' spirit, visit this Facebook Group or this Google+ Community.
- Kenya: Data Collection Technology By IBM Research Africa to Curb Garbage Menace in Nairobi(CIO)
- South Africa: Boxer Wins Fight of His Life - to Give Mom a Prosthetic Leg(News24Wire)
- South Africa: Man Overjoyed As Helicopter Dream Comes Closer to Reality(News24Wire)
- South Africa: Jobless Man Builds Helicopter With Recycled Material(News24Wire)
- South Africa: New Cheaper Prosthetic Hand 'Printed' in Bloem(News24Wire)
- South Africa: Sisters Are Building Robots for Themselves(Daily Maverick)
- Africa: Teen Girls to Create Africa's First Private Satellite(News24Wire)
- Kenya: Westgate Survivor Now a Salon Owner(Capital FM)
- Skills That Lead to Jobs - AfDB Provides U.S.$62 Million to Support Technical and Vocational Education in Kenya
- African Development Bank Group Approves Debt Relief for Chad
- The African Water Facility Catalyses the Development of Waste Management Businesses to Improve Sanitation Services in Arba Minch, Ethiopia
- AfDB Approves U.S. $22.5-Million to Improve Investment Climate and Forest Governance in Congo
- Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Initiative Launched in Six New Central and Southern Africa Countries
- Côte d'Ivoire's President Launches West African Energy Leaders Group
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