At a time when multilateralism is experiencing an unprecedented crisis and many are challenging it, France has committed to strengthening and revitalizing it.
Congrats to Victor OSIMHEN!
Lille’s (LOSC) Nigerian forward won the Marc-Vivien Foé RFI-France 24 Prize for best African player in the French football championship for the 2019-2020 season.
Digital Lab Africa (DLA) is a mentoring and incubation program for African creatives in digital content. For this 4th edition, DLA offered a Nigerian focus result of a partnership between the French Embassy in Nigeria and the Tshimologong Precinct.
The serious humanitarian and security crisis in the Sahel, the sense of urgency, and the scale of need require stronger, more inclusive action. This is the goal of the Coalition for the Sahel. The Coalition aims to bring together, alongside the G5 Sahel, all countries, international organizations and institutions supporting security, stability and development in the Sahel.
The Embassy of France to Nigeria, the General Secretariat of the Africa-France Summit, Digital Africa and the members of the jury of the “1000 Entrepreneurs Challenge” are pleased to announce today the list of the winners.
LAFAAAC, in partnership with Wazobia FM/TV and La Fémis, and with the support of the French Embassy in Nigeria, launches an ambitious and innovative training program
A call for applications will be published in September 2020.
2nd Call for Proposals, « Innovations for climate smart agriculture at small holders scale in West Africa »
Deadline for applications: 28 June 2020
An information session on this call for proposals will be organized in the form of a webinar, on 25 May at 10:00 UTC. More precise information on www.expertisefrance.fr and www.araa.org
In spite of the Covid-19 situation, Campus France Nigeria has continued its activities and will host on Wednesday 20th of May, in collaboration with the Campus France offices of Kenya and South Africa, a Live to bridge the gap between Anglophone African students and 5 French well-reputed Engineering schools.
The plan for developing French education abroad has four main thrusts:
Making teaching and education options more attractive;
Developing the current network and supporting the creation of new schools;
Getting families more involved in school life;
Supporting the network in working for diplomacy more effectively.
Food insecurity currently affects 1 in 9 people worldwide. To put an end to this inequality and provide suitable nutrition for the world’s population, it is essential to transform our agricultural and food systems.
With its partners, France is fully committed to this transformation. France’s International Strategy for Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture (2019-2024) is its new roadmap.