Djibouti, 14 September 2015: In the run-up to COP 21, scheduled to take place in Paris, France from November 30 to December 11, 2015, IGAD launched the preparation of an IGAD Regional Climate Change Strategy for the next five years (2016-2020). This was disclosed at a Kick-off Consultative Meeting held at the IGAD Secretariat in Djibouti on 14th September 2015.
Tadjourah (Djibouti), 13-08-2015: A three-day training workshop on crop production to agro pastoralists was closed this morning by the Prefect of Tadjourah, Mr. Mohamed Abdoulmalik Banoita, in the presence of President of the Regional Council of Tadjourah, Mr. Hassan Houssein, IGAD natural Resources and Renewable Energy Programme Manager, Mr. Daher Elmi, and the Chair of the Association for the Integrated Development of Mabla (ADIM), Mr Houmed Hassan.
Entebbe (Uganda), 03-08-2015: A three-day Regional Training on International Water Law (IWL) for improved transboundary water management in Africa, organized by Global Water Partnership (GWP) in collaboration with the University of Dundee (UK), Mekerere University (Uganda), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and African Network for Basin Organizations (ANBO), this morning opened in Entebbe, Uganda.
Tadjourah (Djibouti), 31-07-2015: For the second consecutive day and in collaboration with the Association for the Integrated Development of Mabla (ADIM), a delegation from the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) yesterday was in Tadjourah, North of Djibouti, in order to participate in the distribution of dates and water melons to vulnerable populations in the presence of the Acting District Commissioner.
Tadjourah (Djibouti), 29-07-2015: The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Civil Society Organization (CSO) Facility Programme in collaboration with the Association for the Integrated Development of Mabla (ADIM), active in the District of Tadjourah, Djibouti, today organized a field visit to one of ADIM project sites along with the Acting District Commissioner of Tadjourah, where they distributed dates and water melons to the community.