AU Chief Outlines Regional Agenda
Mali, Central Africa Republic, the DRC and Kenya's elections top the AU Chief's to-do list along with maternal and child health, and appointing more women to leadership positions in the body.
Mothers and their children at a feeding centre in Chad.
The New Times, 3 January 2013
The African Union (AU) Commissioner for Peace and Security, Ambassador Ramtane Lamamra is scheduled to travel to Kigali and Kinshasa to meet high-level officials to discuss the... read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: African Union Seeks Rwanda Support On Peace, Security Agenda
News of Rwanda, 2 January 2013
The African Union (AU) Commissioner for Peace and Security will be visiting DR Congo and Rwanda to discuss over peace and stability, exchange views on how best Rwanda can help... read more »
The New Times, 4 January 2013
When the OAU was created in 1963 it had two main objectives - the total liberation of the continent from colonial rule, and the unity of Africa. The 60's and 70's saw several... read more »
Nigeria First, 31 December 2012
President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has pledged that the Federal Government will continue to commit more resources and effort to accelerating the reduction of maternal and infant... read more »
New Vision, 27 December 2012
The story of Christmas' miraculous birth of Jesus in a cowshed stops after the baby is born. Even for many people, the first cry of a baby at birth, to many, signifies that the... read more »
The African Union has called on M23 rebels occupying a key town in eastern Congo to stop fighting, as diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis continue. Read more »