The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Hon Prof. Biman Prasad, participated at the 2023 Human Capital Ministerial Conclave plenary session on Friday, 13 October, during the margins of the 2023 Annual meeting for World Bank and IMF held in Marrakech, Morocco.
Victoria, Australia: Benalla Rural City Council recognized the role and contributions of Benalla's group of Older people to their Community and introduced their remarkable old resident, Doris. She's been living in Benalla for 25 years.
Sofia, Bulgaria: The Science and Innovation-based Non-profit Organisation called SpinOff Bulgaria is delighted to announce the Chief Executive of Cleantech Bulgaria as a distinguished speaker at the Innovative Agrotech Solutions Panel on Friday, September 29, 2023, Mariyana Hamanova.
The Belgium-based Environmental Conservation Organisation, WWF Belgium, to mark and honour International Lions Day, Yesterday (Thursday), August 10, 2023, shared the story of survival and resilience, Lady Liuwa.
Kathmandu, Nepal: Lakshmi Nakarmi, a young woman from the ancient city of Patan, accompanied by her staff members and three sisters, emerges to turn business into transform her work into a lucrative business by using a less to no regarded corn husk into a delicate artwork.
St Kitts & Nevis: Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew attended the Atlantic
council Partnership to Address the Climate Crises 2030 ( PACC 2023) Climate Resilience Clean Energy Summit in the Bahamas on Friday, June 9, 2023, expressed his desire to continue the partnership and shared insight on the Federation’s Sustainable Island State Agenda.
Bulgaria: The new Minister of Culture, Kristu Krastev, took over the position of the former Minister of Culture in Bulgaria, Nayden Todorov at a brief transitional ceremony yesterday, Tuesday, June 6, 2023. The former Minister of Culture, Nayden Todorov, has also addressed some kind words and pleasure over his successor. The Bulgaria Ministry of Culture shared the update recently.
The Intore Dancers, renowned for their remarkable technique, have enormously impacted the Regional traditions and have efficiently showcased their exceptional abilities by leaping over 2.40 meters. Their fame as dancers spread worldwide when they performed at the 1958 World Expo in Brussels. Today, Intore dancers have remained an integral and exceptional part of Rwanda's rich traditions.
The Embassy of Ukraine in Belgium expressed gratitude and pleasure over the Ukrainian Military Veterans Yuri Tsintilevych, Yuri Kozlovsky and Roman Kashpur, who joined the largest Brussels 20 KM race in Belgium this year to showcase their strength and courage in confronting the Russian enemies.
Italy: The Val San Nicolò (Val de Sèn Nicolò in Ladin) is a valley in the Dolomites, located in the largest hydrographic basin of the Val di Fassa, entirely in San Giovanni di Fassa in Italy. The highest point of the valley is the Cima dell'Uomo, to the east (3010 meters above sea level), belonging to the Marmolada mountain group. The Rio di San Nicolò flows through it, originating from the locality of Jonta, famous for its waterfalls.
Africa: The Fulani woman, an embodiment of grace, strength, and resilience, is an integral part of the rich fusion of African culture. Hailing from the Fulani ethnic group, which stretches across several countries in West Africa, she carries the traditions, customs, and beauty that define her heritage.
The Xalam is the Traditional Lute; originated from West Africa, it is a Wooden Oval body whose top is covered with cattle. a Griot couple from Senegal in the early 20th century. Signifying their culture and traditions and providing a window into the rich traditions of storytelling and music within Senegalese society.
St Kitts and Nevis: The Prime Minister Terrance Drew marked his presence on the launch of Kidney (renal) Transplant Program which took place at Joseph N. France General Hospital.
The objective of launching this initiative is to provide treatment to...