November 5, 2022

USAID and NASA Renew Partnership to Address Climate Crisis, Food Security, and Humanitarian Challenges

Today, Administrator Samantha Power signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to renew and expand collaboration on global scientific and technological solutions over the next five years. The extended agreement reaffirms both agencies’ commitment to jointly address critical development and humanitarian challenges affecting the United States and developing countries through the generation and use of scientific research, innovations, and technologies and advances further interagency collaboration under the President’s Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience (PREPARE). Specifically, the partnership will draw on NASA’s Earth science research

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WHO: Rise in Ebola Outbreaks in Africa Linked to Climate Change

GENEVA — World health officials are linking a significant rise in African Ebola outbreaks in this century to climate change.   Uganda’s September 20 Ebola outbreak is just the latest in a growing number of eruptions of this deadly hemorrhagic disease in Africa. Since 2000, the World Health Organization has reported 32 outbreaks of Ebola, 19 in the last decade compared to 13 in the preceding one.   Ebola is one of a range of zoonotic diseases — infections originating in animals and jumping to humans. A WHO analysis finds Ebola and other viral hemorrhagic fevers constitute nearly 70% of

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1,100 Migrants in Limbo as Italy Shuts Ports to Rescue Ships

MILAN, ITALY — Two German-run migrant rescue ships carrying nearly 300 rescued people were waiting off the eastern coast of Sicily Saturday, one with permission to disembark its most vulnerable migrants while the other ship’s request for a safe port has gone unanswered despite “critical” conditions on board.   The situation describes the chaos and uncertainty resulting from the decision by Italy’s far-right-led government to close its ports to humanitarian rescue ships.   Nearly 1,100 rescued migrants are aboard four ships run by European charity organizations stuck in the Mediterranean Sea, some with people rescued as long as two weeks

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Un petit drone bombardier militaire sera présenté au salon AIRSHOW CHINA 2022

ZHUHAI, Chine, 5 novembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — L’ouverture du 14e salon aéronautique chinois est imminente. LoongUAV présentera une variété de drones militaires rentables, efficaces et légers, notamment le drone de surveillance LOONG 4, le drone bombardier LOONG 5, le drone de ciblage LOONG 1 et le drone de reconnaissance LOONG 2. Au cours des dernières années de guerres locales et de conflits armés, en tant […]

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PowerChina se développe de façon durable en Afrique

PÉKIN, 4 novembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Power Construction Corporation of China (PowerChina) participe activement à l’initiative « Ceinture et route » en Afrique, répondant aux projets et aux demandes des pays africains. Promouvoir la localisation Chez PowerChina, le personnel africain joue un rôle important. L’emploi est une question clé dans les pays africains, en particulier le droit […]

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Huawei – L’innovation intelligente favorise la croissance des revenus des services de lignes privées optiques.

BANGKOK, 4 novembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Le 8e forum sur le très haut débit (UBBF 2022) s’est tenu à Bangkok, en Thaïlande, du 24 au 28 octobre 2022. Huawei a présenté de multiples technologies de pointe des réseaux de transport optique et démontré des concepts de services innovants et des pratiques techniques pour les opérateurs mondiaux. À mesure que les […]

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