U Continuing its campaign against the "vulture funds," the government-sponsored daily Les Depeches de Brazzaville editorialized on the subject in its August 20 edition. It clearly reflects government of Congo placement. In addition to the media campaign reflected by this article, public records in the United States are available documenting the significant expenditures in of the Government of Congo on lobbying activities to support U. U Our informal translation follows: 3. At the same time as work is being done to put in place a mechanism to combat the sinister "vulture funds," those American and British financial businesses that are rapidly looting Africa, the African Development Bank has announced that it is unable to neutralize them. And these predators, powerfully supported in the United States and Great Britain, do not conceal their intention to continue the destructive activities against poor countries.
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Pefaco Hotels launches an environmental awareness campaign for its employees to challenge energy wasting through the good management of energy resources, prerequisite to any sustainable economic growth. With the continuous improvement of its facilities, the African continent will be able to reach its goal of electrification. It is therefore vital to raise awareness to improve everyday habits. Cornerstone of the economic growth of these countries, the Tourism industry must lead by example with this responsible model.
The environmental campaign is a set of good practices to remind the employees of the importance of the responsible usage of water, electricity and air conditioning at work, healthy habits to optimize the overall energy consumption and have a positive impact on the environment.
The founders of the Group, Francis Perez and Olivier Cauro , have set sustainable development as the core of their business model. During the AHIF , Pefaco Hotels will exchange ideas with key industry players about the opportunities that arouse from hotel industry expansion in Africa , and especially the challenges that it supposes.
Its goal is to contribute to the improvement of the working conditions of the artists and sharpen their creativity , while offering them a place and tools to work in a suitable environment.
Through this partnership, Pefaco Hotels wishes to contribute to the dynamism of the Congo and favorably influence its prodigies.
The gathering aimed at getting the young interns of the 1st edition of the Hospitality Training Program of the Foundation, immersed in the hotel industry.
By taking part in this action, Pefaco Hotels commits to its sustainable social policy by helping to promote qualified training programs for the Congolese youth, leading to the development of the Republic of the Congo and its population.
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Post a Comment. While there is no doubt that, local media houses mentioned earlier have proven links to the Nguesso family albeit surreptitiously, but the media houses that have direct or glaring connections with Denis Sassou Nguesso are: Jeune Afrique and Les Depeches de Brazzaville. As if it were not enough to invest in Jeune Afrique, whose editor-in-chief is Francois Soudan, they the Nguessos now control of Forbes Afrique, after the franchise for French-speaking Africa was bought by Lucien Ebata read previous article. While the ADIAC media group has the latest printing press and publishes Les Depeches de Brazzaville, the national printing press has not only been deliberately ruined, its staff are not paid regularly. As already mentioned, the ruling Nguesso family has destroyed the entire local press: print and electronic. Another example of how the Nguesso have orchestrated the decay of the press can be seen in how they treat or manage the national radio and television: CNRTV. Nguesso owned Media Houses in Congo.
Dozens of people have died in flooding in the Democratic Republic of Congo when the Congo River and its tributaries burst their banks, a charity and media reports said on Saturday, as heavy rains also lashed east Africa. Twenty-five people were reported to have been killed in the northwestern province of Equator bordering Congo-Brazzaville, Congolese media reports said. A spokesman for the Catholic charity Caritas-Congo said that "local authorities have recorded ten deaths in the province of North Ubangi". More than , people required humanitarian assistance in the same northern region which borders Central Africa, which has also been hit by rains and floods in the past month. On the other side of the Congo river, at least 50, people were affected by the downpours prompting the Congo-Brazzaville government to declare a state of emergency. Heavy rains and landslides have also killed dozens in Kenya amid weeks of downpours across the wider East African region.
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