Latest Benin News

UN expert to visit for human rights assessment: Central African Republic
Digital payments to health workers boost retention, motivation, and impact
Democratic decline a global phenomenon, even in wealthy nations
Parliamentarians Empowering Global Health: IPU-WHO collaboration
New grant to strengthen and diversify humanitarian leadership in crises
Research informs WHO malaria net guideline update
West Africa, Sahel Requires Tangible, Long-Term Support to Eliminate Terrorism, Address Humanitarian Crisis, Special Representative Tells Security Council
Stakeholders meet in WHO to review progress towards elimination of human African trypanosomiasis
HSF advises Diageo on the completion of the sale of 100% of Guinness Cameroun S.A
Security Council: Sahel
Guilt-free energy 9 May
Tonga’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Guilt-free energy 4 April
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Closes Twenty-Fourth Session After Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Argentina, Costa Rica, Germany and Zambia
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Opens Twenty-Fourth Session
Benin’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Universal Periodic Review Working Group to examine human rights records of 13 States at its forty-second session from 23 January to 3 February 2023
UNHCR urges greater support as violence continues unabated in Burkina Faso
Celebrating role of cotton in global development while calling for developing crop more sustainably
UN Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination publishes findings on Azerbaijan, Benin, Nicaragua, Slovakia, Suriname
Experts of Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination Commend Benin on National Human Rights Institution
Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination Opens One Hundred and Seventh Session in Geneva
UN Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination to review Benin, Nicaragua, USA, Azerbaijan, Slovakia, Zimbabwe and Suriname
Green Climate Fund approves new projects in Benin and Gambia
Elimination of human African trypanosomiasis as public health problem validated in Equatorial Guinea
Benin, Uganda and Rwanda eliminate human African trypanosomiasis as public health problem
FAO and World Food Forum Launch Young Scientists Group
Sahel and Lake Chad Regions: FAO joins global effort to reinforce response to food security crisis
Experts of Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Commend Gabon on Measures Taken to Deal with Girls School
Insecurity drives more Burkinabe into exile, further straining fragile Sahel region
Middle Stone Age Populations Repeatedly Occupied West African Coast
New WHO-led study says majority of adolescents worldwide are not sufficiently physically active
Floods spark disease fear across parts of Africa
WHO aids flood-hit populations across Africa and Eastern Mediterranean Region
Cotton sustainability is key for rural development
United Arab Emirates and FAO team up to boost resilience in Liberia