DIRE News Agency for Syrian boy Musaab; Foreign companies in Mozambique; chinese tender in Ethiopia
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MUSAAB 13 YEAR OLD BOY FROM SYRIA TO GENOA HOPING FOR A NEW LIFE
“It is a battle we want to fight and we have to win” Carlo Dufour, doctor at the ‘Gaslini’ Pediatric Hospital in Genoa, told DIRE News Agency on the health conditions of Musaab. The boy, a 13 year old Syrian who is suffering from aplastic anemia, arrived in Italy to undergo a transplant. Surgery will be possible thanks to a solidarity campaign, coordinated by the NGO Association John Paul XXIII and supported by DIRE News Agency.
COOPERATION. PAVIA MASTER CELEBRATES 20 YEARS, GOES FOR 2030
Training is key to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals envisaged by the UN Agenda 2030: that the lesson at the core of the Master in Development Cooperation of the University of Pavia, which celebrated its 20 years with an international ceremony in Rome. Jacob Omolo, director of the Department of Applied Economics of the Kenyatta University, Nairobi, said to DIRE News Agency: “It’s crucial to network and focus on young people.”
FROM MILAN TO BARI, REFUGEE COOKS TEACH RECIPES OF THE WORLD
Refugee cooks will teach cooking recipes of their countries of origin at the Refugee Food Festival. The event will run from Sunday to Tuesday, the World Refugee Day, June 20th. The Festival will be held in the restaurants of Eataly in Rome, Bari and Milan, also thanks to a collaboration with Food Sweet Food and the UN Refugee Agency.
AMBASSADOR OF MOZAMBIQUE: WE COOPERATE WITH ENI, INVEST IN PEACE
“Foreign companies can consolidate peace if they demonstrate social responsibility” Maria Manuela Dos Santos Lucas, ambassador of Mozambique in Italy, told DIRE News Agency. The occasion was an interview on the first floating unit for the treatment, liquefaction and storage of natural gas in an African country. The president of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, and Eni’s CEO, Claudio Descalzi, attended the ceremony for the start of the project in Maputo.
ETHIOPIA, ONLY THE CHINESE ARE ALLOWED TO BUILD THE HIGHWAY
China provides the funds, so it’s the right of China to build and operate: the principle applies very much to Ethiopia, as confirmed by the tender guidelines for a highway that will be 120 kilometers long and will connect the cities of Adama and Awash. The project is worth some 453 million euros. According to the Ethiopian Authority for Roads, only Chinese companies are eligible because the funds have been made available by Ex-Im Bank of China.