by Daily News Hungary The situation of women in Africa from a humanitarian point of view is devastating: they only own one piece of clothing which they can never take off, and they only have access to such contraceptives that have unpredictable side effects. Two young Hungarian women from the African Hungarian Union have embarked on a journey to ease the lives of African women. The AHU launches several medical missions and others focusing on teaching enslaved women and children soldiers crafts that are useful for society and with which they can make a living. So why women? The
by Prof. Dr. József STEIER, Country Director of HTCC, Morocco On the 14th and 15th of November, Marrakesh hosted the Energy Week: Morocco’s international energy conference. The event was also a forum for two high priority panels, the challenges of African renewable energies and natural gas. The conference wanted to contribute to accelerate the development of the continent by strengthening regional cooperation, sharing experiences and involving private capital. The figures are frustrating. On the continent of the future, one billion people get as much electricity as eighty million inhabitants do in Germany. The continent is struggling with a terrible
The third Sahara Scientists Summit took place on the 27th and the 28th of September in Dakhla, Morocco. The event was organised by the Chamber of Agriculture of Dakhla and the Hungarian Trade and Cultural Center. Altogether 50 scientists and 200 other professionals participated in the event dedicated to the negative effects of climate change on agriculture. In the past three years, the Hungarian Trade and Cultural Center (HTCC) has met five times with the chairman of the Chamber of Agriculture of Dakhla to discuss agricultural issues, water management and cooperation on climate protection. Their most recent meeting took
The author of the article and the leader of the project is Prof. Dr. József Steier, Country Director of the HTCC Business Network in Morocco.
We wake up in the morning. Washing our face and teeth is part of our daily routine, before the day begins. What if not a single drop of water would come out of the tap? What if not only us, but the other 4.5 million citizens in Cape Town would have to face the same issue? This is not a scene from a new disaster movie from Hollywood, but the shocking reality. The traditional city of South Africa came very near to close all taps in the city.