Public Diplomacy at Work in Africa

This week's PD News headlines focused on public diplomacy initiatives in Africa. A new sports and entertainment television provider has started broadcasting to households across Africa, while the United Nations Secretary-General visited Kenya to discuss International Women's Day and hailed the country's response to the refugee crisis. Other stories explored ONE Campaign's initiative working with Nigerian leaders to help send girls to school, a meeting with global business leaders to discuss how African business can provide significant economic benefit to the local economy, and the effect of Uganda's open-door policy to refugees on the country's natural resources.

 
 
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