The Extraordinary ‘China-Africa Solidarity Summit Against COVID-19’—New Initiatives

June 17, 2020 (EIRNS) — Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is also Chair of the Forum on China Africa Cooperation, gave the keynote address at today’s ‘China-Africa Solidarity Summit Against COVID-19’ event, which was co-hosted by the African Union 2020 Chairman and President of South Africa Cyrill Ramaphosa, and the co-chair of FOCAC (Forum onContinue reading “The Extraordinary ‘China-Africa Solidarity Summit Against COVID-19’—New Initiatives”

You Can’t Stop Having Pandemics without Nuclear Power

Editorial from EIR Daily Alert — June 15, 2020 June 15 (EIRNS)—A Brookings Institution article “You Can’t Fight Pandemics without Power—Electric Power,” covering the UN’s “The Energy Progress Report Tracking Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 7” published June 5, in one sense helps confirm the focus of LaRouchePAC’s report, “The LaRouche Plan To Reopen the U.S.Continue reading “You Can’t Stop Having Pandemics without Nuclear Power”

El Presidente de Ghana se compromete a construir 94 hospitales en un año

19 de mayo de 2020 — En su octavo informe anual a la nación, el pasado domingo 26 de abril, que fue transmitido por televisión a la nación, el Presidente de Ghana, Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, dio a conocer su propósito de construir 94 hospitales de 100 camas clínicas, en 88 distritos del país en elContinue reading “El Presidente de Ghana se compromete a construir 94 hospitales en un año”

China/Uganda Producing Face Masks, PPE and Temperature Guns

June 6 (EIRNS)—China began producing face masks and personal protective equipment to fight COVID-19, at a factory in Uganda, that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni just recently commissioned, beginning the production of such equipment on African soil, a positive development for the continent. The June 1 South China Morning Post reported, “In landlocked Uganda, President YoweriContinue reading “China/Uganda Producing Face Masks, PPE and Temperature Guns”

Ghana wants to build a national health infrastructure — Build Medical Infrastructure not debt

The Unique Case of Ghana The IMF has announced that $144 billion in loans will be required for South Saharan Africa during the COVID-19 crisis, and is beginning to distribute funds and create foregiveness programs for the poorest nations. Their advice to recipients is to “save the receipts”, and expect rapid turn out of funds becauseContinue reading “Ghana wants to build a national health infrastructure — Build Medical Infrastructure not debt”