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Prudential Beneficial Insurance Response To COVID-19

The outbreak of the Coronavirus which was declared by the World Health Organization as a pandemic has posed a threat in the world's economy. In the phase of this pandemic , companies are finding more reassuring ways to be available for their customers.In this regard,Prudential Beneficial Insurance who continues to be a giant in the Insurance industry in Cameroon released a Press Communique on the 30th of March in which the company introduces new and innovative ways to accompany it’s customers during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Ethiopia Extents Solidarity To Africans Amid Global Crisis And Delivers Emergency Medical Supplies

Addis Ababa, 27 March,2020

Ethiopian Airlines, the Pan-African carrier, has delivered medical supplies donated by Jack Ma, the founder of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, to 39 African Countries within 5 days. Ethiopian has transported Jack Ma’s support including testing kits, masks and protective suits.
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Coronavirus: Psychologist's Tips On Curbing Anxiety

The world is plagued with a serious pandemic called the Coronavirus which has posed as a threat due to its widespread severity. As the number of confirmed cases rises in Africa, experts from the field of human sciences have given interesting tips on how to avoid panic or anxiety during these difficult times.
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COVID-19 : The Rise & Rise of Hand Sanitizer

It is important to use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% of alcohol and wash the hands with the soap and water as soon as you can and also add the protection after washing the hands.
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The Afro-Jazz Saxophone Legend, Manu Dibango Dies after contracting COVID-19

Emmanuel N’Djoké Dibango, well known as Manu Dibango was a celebrated Cameroonian musician and songwriter who played the saxophone and vibraphone all around the world.
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CAMEROUN : Une Couveuse Solaire Inventée Pour Sauver La Vie Des Bébés Prématurés

Mouaffo Stephen est un étudiant camerounais. Il vient d’inventer une couveuse solaire capable de prendre en charge les bébés prématurés. La machine fonctionne grâce à l’énergie solaire. Le pensionnaire de l’Université des montagnes de Bangangté a doté sa machine d’une plaque de recharge solaire et d’une intelligence artificielle.
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Mort De Katherine Johnson, Mathématicienne Afro-américaine Et Figure De La Conquête spatiale

Née le 26 août 1918, en Virginie-Occidentale, Katherine Johnson est morte en février 2020 à l’âge de 101 ans. Dans une société ancrée dans la ségrégation raciale, elle a réussi à travailler pendant 33 ans pour l’unité aérospatiale à la NASA, de 1953 à 1986. Tels sont les faits d’armes de ce symbole de la femme Noire aux USA.
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CULTURE : le Yoruba Nouvelle Langue Officielle Du Nigeria

La culture est tout ce qui nous reste quand nous aurons tous perdu dit un dicton. C’est dans cette optique que le Nigeria a décidé de faire du Yoruba l’une des trois principales du pays de Wole Soyinka sa langue officielle.
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Etudier les Maths en chantant Par Dr Ishola Salami

Le Dr Ishola Salami, professeur du département de l’éducation de la petite enfance de l’Université d’Ibadan au Nigéria a composé une chanson hip hop pour faciliter l’assimilation des mathématiques pour les élèves.
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The Second Edition Of The CIAD's Biennal International Dress Conference

African Fabrics Have Shaped Global Fashion but are often Overlooked This Conference Aims to Change that Introducing CIAD’s second Biennial International Dress Conference titled; Fibres, Threads and Fabrics: Textiles and Fabrics as Material Culture. On Saturday 9th May at the London College of Fashion (UAL), The Costume Institute of the African Diaspora (CIAD) will host its second biennial conference which looks at how fabrics and textiles have been utilised within global communities of African heritage to document their social histories.
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