Category Archives: Transaqua

Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

by PD Lawton ,         18 October 2020

We live in strange times where supposedly eminent scientists tell us that carbon dioxide is a pollutant and its increase is linked to higher temperatures and that therefore Read the rest

Water Transfer With Transaqua Will Bring Peace & Development to Lake Chad Basin

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Water Transfer With Transaqua Will Bring Peace & Development to Lake Chad Basin

The multi-nation Transaqua water infrastructure project can reverse the shrinking of Lake Chad and bring stability to the region and transform Africa. (picture courtesy of https://menafn.com/

October 1, 2020

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Track Laying of Nigeria`s Lagos- Ibadan Standard Gauge Railway Completed.

Track Laying of Nigeria`s Lagos- Ibadan Standard Gauge Railway Completed.

by PD Lawton,    26 July 2020

Track-laying of the high speed, standard gauge railway from Lagos to Ibadan has been completed by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC). The project was started in March 2017. The line will soon … Read the rest

Alexander Hamilton’s Credit System Is Necessary for Africa’s Development

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Alexander Hamilton’s Credit System Is Necessary for Africa’s Development

October 4, 2019

Below is a half hour video presentation on the importance of Alexander Hamilton’s credit policy for the development of Africa. The forum was organized by Watch Democracy Grow, an organization … Read the rest

TRANSAQUA : Transform Africa

“The [Transaqua] Project is expected to directly bring economic development to 7 African countries and, indirectly, benefits to 5 more countries associated with the Congo and Lake Chad basins……..The consequences of the drying up of Lake Chad and the loss of source of livelihood in the Sahel is affecting human … Read the rest

A Message for Africa Day

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A Message for Africa Day

To Crush the Coronavirus Pandemic,U.S., China, and Russia Must Cooperate on African Development

by Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane 25 May 2020

I speak to you as the leader of the LaRouche Movement in South Africa, on the occasion … Read the rest

Gambari COS for Buhari: Right Man at Right Time for Nigeria

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Gambari COS for Buhari: Right Man at Right Time for Nigeria

by Lawrence Freeman

May 15, 2020

President Muhammadu Buhari has unexpectedly chosen an exceptional new Chief of Staff (COS), Professor Ibrahim Gambari, (his friends call him “Prof”), to replace the recently deceased … Read the rest

End Threat of Locust Plague: Transform the Desert

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End Threat of Locust Plague: Transform the Desert

February 20, 2020

by Lawrence Freeman

Today the food supply of East Africa is threatened by a locust swarm that is ravaging crops in several nations. The Desert Locust (Schistocerca gregaria) is an … Read the rest

United Nations Conference: The Lake Chad Basin Should not be ‘Managed’; it Should be ‘Transformed.’

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United Nations Conference: The Lake Chad Basin Should not be ‘Managed’; it Should be ‘Transformed.’

United Nations Headquarters, August 5-6, 2019

On August 5-6, I had the opportunity to participate in the “Third International Conference on the Lake Chad Basin Region: SDG Implementation-UN Read the rest

Afrique-Chine-France : pour un développement mutuel équitable

Source: Institut Schiller

Afrique-Chine-France : pour un développement mutuel equitable

Published on 9 Jul 2019

Présentation de Sébastien Périmony à la conférence de l’Institut Schiller à l’exposition La Mer XXL de Nantes le mardi 2 juillet 2019.
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