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EU Gives Africa U.S.$2 Billion to Stop Migration

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Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are among African countries that will benefit from a $2.04 billion (€1.8 billion) emergency fund set up by the European Union to address the causes of migration and displacement of persons on the continent.

The fund, to be officially launched before the end of the year, will help the countries address socio-economic challenges that force people to migrate from their original homes.

“The EU will work to help African countries achieve economic development that tackles unemployment and prevents migration and radicalisation,” said the EU Commissioner for International Co-operation and Development Neven Mimica at a press briefing in Nairobi.

Other countries expected to benefit from the fund are Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and South Sudan. In the Sahel region and Lake Chad area, the beneficiaries will be Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, the Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria and Senegal. In North Africa, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt will also be part of the group…

Source: EU Gives Africa U.S.$2 Billion to Stop Migration

Transportation | Narrowboat

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Putin to Obama: Learn The Lessons Of Soviet History, “Social Experiments For Export” Do Not Work

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After Four Years of Failure in Syria, Obama Looks to Russia and Iran for Help

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Women Report They’re Not Having Sex As Much As They’d Like; Study Knocks Down Gender Stereotypes

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Which stereotypes about women and sex are false?

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Lack of computers in schools may be a blessing – OECD report

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Intense computer use in class linked to ‘significantly poorer student performance’

Source: Lack of computers in schools may be a blessing – OECD report

Ireland has one of the lowest rates of internet use in schools in the world but, ironically, it may be doing students more good than harm, according to a global study published on Tuesday.

The report by the educational wing of the OECD into the impact of computer and internet use on test scores shows there is “no appreciable improvements in student achievement in reading, mathematics or science in the countries that had invested heavily in ICT [Information and Communications Technology] for education”.

Ireland is ranked fifth from the bottom for use of ICT in schools, and fourth from the bottom for the use of ICT for schoolwork at home, the report shows. Irish teenagers spend on average 16 minutes on the internet at school during weekdays compared to an OECD average of 25 minutes, and a high of 58 minutes in Australia…

Obesity affecting children as young as two, warns doctor

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Paediatrician Sinéad Murphy says families are desperate due to lack of services

Source: Obesity affecting children as young as two, warns doctor

Children as young as two are being treated for obesity at Temple Street hospital in Dublin, according to a leading paediatrician.

Dr Sinéad Murphy said one child treated in the hospital weighed almost 30kg, double the average weight for their age-group.

“The child was out of breath just from playing in the consultation room,” she said….

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