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Schools must be open, accessible and safe from attacks, say African children

Reliefweb 16 Jun 2021
Between mid-2017 and mid-2019, the central Sahel countries of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger witnessed a six-fold increase in school closures due to attacks and insecurity ... "I come from a village in the north of Burkina Faso ... I came to Ouahigouya last year to save my life ... ButI have faith in the future and I hope to succeed in life to help my family.".
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Thousands flee after massacre in northern Burkina Faso

Al Jazeera 08 Jun 2021
Burkina Faso’s Prime Minister Christophe Joseph ... Burkina Faso Prime Minister’s Press Service/Handout Reuters]Burkina Faso’s military is seen as ill-equipped and undertrained to face increasing security threats, with experts warning of the implications in terms of people’s trust.
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Thousands flee after Burkina Faso massacre - UN

RTE 08 Jun 2021
More than 3,300 people, most of them children, fled their homes in Burkina Faso's volatile north following the country's worst massacre in years, the United Nations has said ... The Burkina Faso armed forces have been battling militants in the Sahel region (File pic).
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Thousands fled after Burkina Faso massacre: UN

Urdu Point 08 Jun 2021
More than 3,300 people, most of them children, fled their homes in Burkina Faso's volatile north following the country's worst massacre in years, the United Nations said Tuesday ... regions of Burkina Faso increasingly hamper the delivery of aid and protection for those in need."
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At least 160 killed in deadliest Burkina Faso attack since 2015

The Jordan Times 07 Jun 2021
OUAGADOUGOU — Suspected extremists massacred at least 160 civilians, including around 20 children, in a village in Burkina Faso's volatile north, the deadliest attack since violence erupted in the West African country in 2015, local officials said Sunday ... Since 2015, Burkina Faso ...
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From apprentice to fashion icon: Ivory Coast's Pathe'O, 50 years on

Sowetan Live 06 Jun 2021
When 20-year-old Pathe Ouedraogo left his ...
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Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) - Bridge Youth Connect - Burkina Faso.

Reliefweb 05 Jun 2021
Mercy Corps is present in Burkina Faso since 2019 ... · BYC Technical Advisor (based in Niger), BYC Burkina Faso field teams, MEL staff, consortium partners, local government, USAID and other stakeholders, Mercy Corps Burkina Faso country coordinator and finance, operations, administration and human resources staff.
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From apprentice to fashion icon: Ivory Coast’s Pathe’O, 50 years on

Indian Express 05 Jun 2021
When 20-year-old Pathe Ouedraogo left his Burkina Faso village in 1969 in search of a better life in neighbouring Ivory Coast, his dream was to return with a bicycle and a transistor radio to prove he had made it ...  . View this post on Instagram.   ... “It was a meeting that changed my life,” Pathe’O told Reuters ... Twitter ... Tags ... .
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Orezone enters clean energy supply deal for Bomboré project

Mining Dot Com 02 Jun 2021
Under the PPA, Genser will use LNG as its main fuel, augmented with a staged solar plant. Bomboré will be the first mine in Burkina Faso to use LNG to power its operations ... Bomboré will be the first mine in Burkina Faso to use LNG to power its operations ... in Burkina Faso.
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University of Minnesota Crookston graduate recognized with diversity award

Grand Forks Herald 26 May 2021
It’s a privilege for me to be a recipient of this award; it actually shows me that my work in diversity was not plain, but it impacted the college life of my fellow international students,” said Kanssole, who is from Burkina Faso, in West ...
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Japan partners with WFP to tackle hunger and malnutrition among vulnerable communities in Burkina Faso

Reliefweb 19 May 2021
Japan’s contribution is a way to strengthen its support to the vulnerable people of Burkina Faso who are facing many complex challenges,” said His Excellency Kato Masaaki, Ambassador of Japan to Burkina Faso ... Representative and Country Director in Burkina Faso.
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Rory Young obituary: The ‘Mad Max’ of wildlife rangers

The Irish Times 06 May 2021
One such task was saving from extinction the Saharel elephants that roam parts of Mali and neighbouring Burkina Faso, a mission that, ultimately, cost him his life ... patrol in Arli National Park, Burkina Faso, accompanied by the two Spanish reporters and Burkina Faso troops.
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AfricaIrish wildlife conservationist killed in Burkina Faso attack

Reuters 28 Apr 2021
Ireland's government confirmed on Wednesday that an Irish citizen, wildlife NGO founder Rory Young, was killed by unidentified gunmen along with two Spanish journalists in an ambush in Burkina Faso this week ... and expatriates, according to Burkina Faso's government.
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Irish citizen killed in Burkina Faso was in ‘awe’ of wildlife and natural world

The Irish Times 28 Apr 2021
The Zambian-born Irish citizen who was killed by terrorists in Burkina Faso dedicated his life to wildlife protection in areas of conflict ... Mr Young spoke of conducting anti-poaching operations in conflict areas, such as Burkina Faso, Mali, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon.
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Irish wildlife conservationist killed in Burkina Faso attack

Yahoo Daily News 28 Apr 2021
DAKAR (Reuters) - Ireland's government confirmed on Wednesday that an Irish citizen, wildlife NGO founder Rory Young, was killed by unidentified gunmen along with two Spanish journalists in an ambush in Burkina Faso this week ... according to Burkina Faso's government.

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