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Before: Afgooye corridor – satellite images of the Ceelasha area in October 2007

Satellite imagery from a UN refugee agency assessment on forcibly displaced civilians from Mogadishu shows that a virtual new city is growing up to the west of the Somali capital in the so-called Afgooye corridor.

Ugandas retail power distributor Umeme says it has to date invested over $100mn in expanding and refurbishing the countrys electricity distribution network and plans an additional 32 million dollars in 2011.

Ugandas retail power distributor Umeme says it has to date invested over $100mn in expanding and refurbishing the countrys electricity distribution network and plans an additional 32 million dollars in 2011.

p>Ugandas retail power distributor Umeme says it has to date invested over $100mn in expanding and refurbishing the countrys electricity distribution network and plans an additional 32 million dollars in 2011.

How private sector investment is empowering agriculturalists in Sierra Leone, creating jobs and economic growth

How private sector investment is empowering agriculturalists in Sierra Leone, creating jobs and economic growthow private sector investment is empowering agriculturalists in Sierra Leone, creating jobs and economic growth

A book published by the World Bank shows that gender inequalities remain a concern in African labour markets despite variations from one country to another.

A book published by the World Bank shows that gender inequalities remain a concern in African labour markets despite variations from one country to another. book published by the World Bank shows that gender inequalities remain a concern in African labour markets despite variations from one country to another.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has handed over a revolving livestock scheme that was started in 2007 to Ward 9 community and the Chiredzi District authorities to reduce irregular migration, especially among the youths through the reintegration of returned Zimbabwean migrants from South Africa back into their communities.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has handed over a revolving livestock scheme that was started in 2007 to Ward 9 community and the Chiredzi District authorities to reduce irregular migration, especially among the youths through the reintegration of returned Zimbabwean migrants from South Africa back into their communities.

p>The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has handed over a revolving livestock scheme that was started in 2007 to Ward 9 community and the Chiredzi District authorities to reduce irregular migration, especially among the youths through the reintegration of returned Zimbabwean migrants from South Africa back into their communities.

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