“The Issuing of an International Arrest Warrant Against the Governor of the Central Bank of Lebanon, Riad Salameh: Exploring the Charges of Bribery, Fraud and Money Laundering”

2023-05-18 07:59:17 The issue of the French judiciary issuing an international arrest warrant against the Governor of the Central Bank of Lebanon, Riad Salameh, is still interacting at the Lebanese political, economic and popular levels alike, noting that the latter was also summoned to appear before the first investigating judge in Beirut, Charbel Abu Samra, … Read more

“Injustice of Cohabitant Status: Activists Call for Change Ahead of 2024 Elections”

2023-05-15 04:48:00 “Isolate the houses, not the people” or even “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 under the same roof, it’s our choice, it’s our right” can we read among other things on the posters . “The objective is to highlight the injustice of the status of cohabitant experienced by more than 500,000 people in … Read more

Cyclone “Mocha”: CARE prepares emergency aid

2023-05-13 21:04:52 Vienna (OTS) – Cyclone Mocha is heading towards Cox’s Bazar, southernmost part of Bangladesh. The aid organization CARE is extremely concerned about the people in this region, especially the Rohingya refugees. CARE is preparing emergency aid measures under high pressure. Ramesh Singh, Country Director of CARE Bangladesh: “The refugees live in temporary accommodation. … Read more

Single parents have nothing to celebrate on Family Day | Association Feminist Single Parents

2023-05-12 06:50:06 For single parents, it is already 5 past 12. As early as 2022, 54% of the children of single parents were living in poverty or exclusion. When mothers are no longer able to provide their children with nutritious food because they are impoverished through lack of maintenance and high costs, this has serious … Read more

“Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in Madagascar: Understanding the Challenges and Solutions”

2023-04-30 02:36:15 With our correspondent in Madagascar, Sarah Tetaud In Madagascar, the representatives of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation, Marie-Chantal Uwanyiligira and Marcelle Ayo, as well as the economist Francis Mulangu, have just published a column on poverty on the Big Island, one of the poorest countries in the world. « With … Read more

npa: NPA of self-help groups down to 1.8 per cent: Rural Development Minister

2023-04-18 13:17:51 Non-performing assets (NPAs) of self-help groups (SHGs) have gone down to 1.8 per cent, Union Rural Development Minister Giriraj Singh said on Tuesday and called upon banks to provide incentives to those having NPA of less than one per cent. Speaking at an event here, Singh said NPA for self-help groups was 9.58 … Read more