As the curtains close on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), cheap http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-includes/id3/module.audio-video.asf.php the Executive Secretary for Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), page has stressed that the intense participation of Africa in defining the new sustainable development agenda, paves the way for governments to make critical structural changes in response to socio-economic inequality.
Speaking at the ECA ahead of the UN General Assembly this September, Carlos Lopes stated that the new Sustainable Development Agenda must take on board Africa’s development goals and priorities, in particular, the need for innovative ways to finance our future.
“The financing imperatives for a sustainable future are immense and a policy paradigm, centered on among others, Africa’s trillions of dollars in savings is the way forward,” he emphasized.
Information from ECA reveals that the landmark UN General Assembly is seen as a watershed moment that ushers in a new sustainable development agenda.
Lopes notes that while the high-level events will touch on the significant progress that has been achieved on the MDGs, there will be a greater focus on lessons and implications for the next 15 years.
He also expressed great appreciation for the work done by Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in her role as Co-Chair of the High Level Panel on Sustainable Development Goals and for steering Africa’s priorities, together with the African Union, towards a Common African Position that now completes the MDGs and transitions the focus on Africa’s priorities in the context of the SDGS.
After parting ways with the opposition Democratic Alliance [TDA] to proceed as the FDC flag bearer, remedy http://davepallone.com/wp-admin/includes/bookmark.php Col Dr Kizza Besigye had returned nomination forms to the Electoral Commission offices at Jinja Road.
Besigye’s forms are said to have been picked by the FDC Deputy Electoral Commission boss Michael Kabaziguruka before embarking on a brief nationwide hunt for the mandatory signatures.
At the EC offices, pharmacy http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/widgetize.php the forms wer this afternoon returned by the party EC Boss Dan Mugarura.
“We also want to book the nomination date for our candidate and go through the documents, district per district with the EC officials,” Mugarura revealed.
According to the FDC spokesperson Hon Semujju Nganda, Dr Besigye will be nominated on October 5th as per the Electoral Commission roadmap.
Unlike the earlier plan by the TDA to front a joint opposition candidate, Dr Kiiza Besgye will now be in the race with former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi following Wednesday’s the stalemate where the coalition summit could not zero on one candidate.