Two hundred orchestral musicians are playing Beethoven’s Ninth – “Freude schöner Götterfunken“. A power cut strikes just a few bars before the last movement. Problems like this are the least of the worries facing the only symphony orchestra in the Congo. In the … Read the rest
Nov. 26 (EIRNS)—The Egyptian Sovereign Fund and the Suez Canal Economic Zone authority announced their partnership in the creation of a national railway industry yesterday, as part of moves to build up the domestic rail industry.
“Feeding, clothing and sheltering 1.4 billion people is no easy job. But somehow China has managed to do it. And, in so doing, it has become the first developing country to accomplish the poverty reduction target of the UN 2030 Agenda … Read the rest
EU’s Reverse Infrastructure Green Deal Sends Waterways Back to 18th Century
Nov. 26 (EIRNS)—Apart from other insanities which the EU proclaims as ostensibly “being without alternative” in its Green Deal, there is the idea to re-naturalize no less than 25,000 km of rivers … Read the rest
an informative and positive video on how Tanzania`s Rural Electrification Program is transforming the rural economy! Children are achieving higher grades because they can study in the evening, businesses can operate after dark, clinics can treat patients at night, refrigeration is keeping goods fresh for longer, entrepreneurs can now do … Read the rest
Transaqua Garners Support From Former Italian Prime Minister, Romano Prodi.
November 19. 2020
Support for Transaqua, a transformative mega infrastructure water project for Africa, continues to grow as reported below by movisol.org. Transaqua envisions transferring 50-100 billion of cubic meters of water yearly … Read the rest
Italy’s Prodi Puts Forward Involving China in Transaqua Project To Replenish Lake Chad
Nov. 18 (EIRNS)—Former EU Commission President and former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi called for a major international effort, involving China, to build the Transaqua infrastructure to replenish Lake Chad. … Read the rest