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According to Ms. Verveer, when she travels to Africa, she is always reminded just how rich the Continent is in its beauty and resources-the greatest of which is its people. She stressed that Africa's biggest underutilized resource-in fact, the most
According to Ms. Otero, hunger strikes first at the individual. She aid too often, its early victims are women and children. She noted hunger strikes even at communities and entire societies.
'Bread for the World' and 'Concern Worldwide' hosted the event to highlight the importance of improving nutrition for mothers and their children.
Ms. Clinton stated that there are still barriers to trade, investment, especially foreign direct investment. She said some of them are external and some of them are internal like better infrastructure, making sure that corruption doesn't stifle bus
At the meeting with staff and families of Embassy Lusaka, Ms. Clinton was thrilled to announce new funding for the African Women's Entrepreneurship Program, which will be based in Lusaka.
The key al-Qaeda figure was killed by Transitional Federal Government forces in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.
Ms. Gottomoeller said she had participated in the conference on the future of nuclear power in 2006. At that time she was at the Carnegie Moscow Center and was very much focused on potential areas of cooperation between the United States and Russia.
At the lauching of Zambian AWEP Chapter, Ms. Clinton was delighted to see few familiar faces of participants.
Ms. Clinton stressed that the United States is committed to the enduring relationship between the two countries. Ms. Clinton said the United States value the contributions by Her Majesty in strengthening it. Ms. Clinton added that the two countries
Ms. Clinton underscored that U.S. and Russia made significant progress together toward increased two-way trade and investment and toward Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization. Ms. Clinton elaborated that entrepreneurs, educators, artis
Ms. Clinton added that governments are partnering together to fight terrorism, combat drug trafficking and ensure the security of global trade and business.
At a General Assembly High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, Ms. Rice said thirty years after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first reported on the condition that would eventually become known as HIV. She said the world has proven that
Ms. Rice reported that as today, some 3.2 million people are alive because of PEPFAR and the role that it is playing in providing lifesaving treatment around the world and particularly in Africa.
According to Mr. Torsella, the United States strongly supports the financial disclosure program as a vital tool for avoiding conflicts of interest among UN staff. He said the U.S. government is pleased to see that the program is well-established wit
According to Ms. Lewis, since Secretary Clinton created the office of Global Intergovernmental Affairs a year and a half ago, she has seen firsthand the overwhelming power of Sister City relationships in citizen diplomacy and cultural exchanges.
According to Mr. Rapp, all through human history, people have suffered during wars and other armed conflicts. He stressed but in the world of 2011, in many conflict zones it has become far more dangerous to be an innocent woman or child than it is t