Daily Archives: August 4, 2020

Connected for Better: AACSB’s Focus on Positive Societal Impact

World’s largest business education alliance seeks to highlight impactful change TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AACSB International (AACSB) announces business education’s renewed commitment and focus on creating positive societal change, demonstrating that business schools are connected for better. AACSB is leading conversations about the role of business schools as a force for good in society, a […]

Connected for Better: AACSB’s Focus on Positive Societal Impact

World’s largest business education alliance seeks to highlight impactful change TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AACSB International (AACSB) announces business education’s renewed commitment and focus on creating positive societal change, demonstrating that business schools are connected for better. AACSB is leading conversations about the role of business schools as a force for good in society, a

Selon les nouvelles prévisions de l’IHME à propos de la COVID-19 en Éthiopie, près de 8 000 personnes décéderont d’ici au 1er novembre prochain, mais l’utilisation de masques pourrait réduire de 65 % le nombre de décès

On craint qu’après que la nation décide d’assouplir les mesures, « ce virus vicieux se propagera rapidement dans tout le pays, et en particulier à Addis-Abeba » SEATTLE, 4 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — L’Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) de l’Université de Washington prévoit que 7 872 personnes (dans une fourchette comprise entre 1 115 et 31 971) décéderont de […]

Selon les nouvelles prévisions de l’IHME à propos de la COVID-19 en Éthiopie, près de 8 000 personnes décéderont d’ici au 1er novembre prochain, mais l’utilisation de masques pourrait réduire de 65 % le nombre de décès

On craint qu’après que la nation décide d’assouplir les mesures, « ce virus vicieux se propagera rapidement dans tout le pays, et en particulier à Addis-Abeba » SEATTLE, 4 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — L’Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) de l’Université de Washington prévoit que 7 872 personnes (dans une fourchette comprise entre 1 115 et 31 971) décéderont de

New IHME COVID-19 Forecasts for Ethiopia Show Nearly 8,000 People Dying by November 1, But Mask Usage Could Reduce Deaths by 65%

Concern that as nation eases mandates, ‘this vicious virus will spread rapidly throughout the country, especially in Addis Ababa’ SEATTLE, Aug. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington is forecasting 7,872 people (with a range of 1,115 to 31,971) will die from COVID-19 in Ethiopia

Education about Corona

An already ongoing project to strengthen the health system in Côte d’Ivoire is being expanded to bring COVID-19 infection awareness to every corner of the West African country. On behalf of the German Federal Government KfW Development Bank is providing EUR 3 million for measures to raise awareness of the dangers of corona. By Charlotte

Impact of COVID-19 on Livelihoods, Food Security & Nutrition in East Africa: Urban Focus, August 2020

HIGHLIGHTS Urban populations in East Africa are highly vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly 35 million people, or 58% of the urban populations living in informal settlements who are at high risk from its impact. Livelihoods and incomes of these urban populations are seriously affected, particularly the urban poor who depend on the informal sector,

EHT officers follow WHO guidelines for early detection of COVID-19 symptoms

Beitbridge, Zimbabwe – To all patients who visit Beitbridge District Hospital, Mmoloki Malemane seems like just any other person who checks people’s temperatures at the gate. To those not aware of his role, this might seem the case yet Mmokoli is an Environmental Health Technician (EHT) responsible for COVID-19 pre-screening at Beitbridge Hospital. As an

West and Central Africa – Irregular Migration Routes to Europe (January – June 2020)

This report presents data collected by IOM as well as the Italian, Spanish, Greek and Maltese Ministries of the Interior on migration flows and routes leading from West and Central Africa (WCA) to Europe during the 2017-2020* period. IOM works closely with a diverse range of actors, including government, non governmental and civil society partners