France/Why should people living south of Caen pay less for electricity?

The inter-municipality to the south-west of Caen has just installed solar panels on its headquarters and plans to redistribute the electricity at an attractive price to its residents.

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Congo/ Poto-Poto 1: sanitation, a major challenge

At the initiative of Rick Gérald Bokilo, MP for Brazzaville's 3rd arrondissement, a sanitation operation was organized on February 25 in several streets.

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Canada/Lévis mayor open to reviewing rules on work climate at city hall

After Alexandre Fallu, city councillor for the Christ-Roi district in Lévis, denounced an unhealthy working climate at city hall, Mayor Gilles Lehouillier admits that civility must be improved. However, he denies the existence of a toxic environment.

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SENEGAL-INFRASTRUCTURES / Access to water: three new boreholes in Ourossogui

The Thierno-Wollé-Ndiaye Foundation will help improve access to water in the northern commune of Ourossogui, where three boreholes built with its help were handed over on Monday.

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France/ New hiking trails set up by the Découverte de Bocage ornais association

The Découverte de Bocage ornais association, in partnership with local communities, has created over 270 km of hiking trails. New circuits are added every year.

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Côte d'Ivoire/The regional council donates 10 ambulances to health centers in Haut Sassandra

On Friday, February 23, 2024, the regional council donated ten new ambulances to as many health centers, at a public ceremony attended by the corps, local elected officials and a large number of the population who came out to Daloa's Place Gbêbani.

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Benin/Digital agriculture: AgroSfer, AUF and FSA launch a certification course

In its drive to contribute to the transformation of agriculture in Africa through technological solutions, AgroSfer, in collaboration with the Genetics, Biotechnology and Seed Science unit of the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences (FSA) at the University of Abomey-Calavi, and the Agence universitaire de la francophonie (Auf) in Benin, is offering a unique opportunity for certified training in digital agriculture. The training was officially launched this Monday, February 26, 2024 at the Auf premises on the Abomey-Calavi university campus.

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France/CCI AMP renews partnership with business parks around Etang de Berre

For the second year running, Jean-Luc Chauvin, President of the Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, signed partnership agreements with Vitropole Entreprendre, in the presence of its President Céline Boyer, the Groupement des Entreprises Ouest Etang de Berre (Geoeb), in the presence of Marie Wattez, its President, and the Club Ouest Provence Entreprises (OPEn), in the presence of Christian Ronda, former Club President, representing Frédéric Prêtre, current Club President, the Club Ouest Provence Entreprises (OPEn) in the presence of Christian Ronda, former Club president, representing Frédéric Prêtre, the current president, the Club des entrepreneurs Côte Bleue - Sud Etang (formerly Club des entrepreneurs de Châteauneuf la Mède) in the presence of Philippe Guillermet representing Catherine Meynard, its president, and the Fédération des Entrepreneurs du Pays Salonais, in the presence of its president Thierry Zarka.

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Morocco/Béni Mellal: Launch of a vast awareness campaign to rationalize water use

Local authorities in the province of Béni Mellal recently launched a vast campaign to raise awareness of the importance of rationalizing water use and preventing wastage.

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France/ Plobannalec-Lesconil. The twinning committee supports young people

The Twinning Committee's annual general meeting took place on Saturday, in the presence of around 50 members and the mayor, Cyrille Le Cléac'h. Membership is up sharply (currently 127), thanks in particular to the arrival of families with children.

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Belgium/Parking in Dinant: college signs contract with Indigo

Could this be the end of the parking saga in Dinant? Since the beginning of January, parking in Dinant has been free of charge. The reason was that the contract with the parking manager had expired, and the local council had failed to adopt the final parking regulations that would have allowed a new contract to be signed. Faced with this frozen situation, the local council looked for another way of concluding the contract.

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Canada/Charlottetown Airport unveils its first sustainable development plan

Charlottetown Airport launches its first five-year plan to reduce the environmental impact of its operations and make the aviation sector more sustainable.

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SENEGAL -SOCIETY / Louga: launch of the second phase of an initiative to care for survivors of sexual violence

The "Jigeenrek" women's network in the Louga region, in partnership with the "Arena y Laurisilva" Federation of the Canaries, launched the second phase of the "Dox And Dem" project on Saturday, aimed at welcoming and caring for survivors of sexual violence.

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France/More than 150 meals served by the Saint-Thurien Twinning Committee

The meal organized by the Saint-Thurien Twinning Committee took place on Saturday February 24, 2024. President Anne-Marie Svennec thanked the members of the organizing association, as well as the volunteers and all those who helped prepare the evening.

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Togo: entrepreneurs make Google Workspace their own

On Friday February 23, a number of entrepreneurs and company representatives were involved in a project aimed at introducing them to Google Workspace, Google's digital work environment. This was part of a workshop organized by wEquipu International on the various functionalities of the platform (Google Workspace, Google Cloud with the integration of Artificial Intelligence). The sessions were led by Google-certified experts.

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France - Cameroon/Mulhouse. They're off to Cameroon to help underprivileged children

"I was born in Cameroon. I spent the first years of my life with my maternal grandparents," explains Carine Effa, president of the Muna Mulema association.

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Vietnam/ "Vietnamese families with Lao and Cambodian students" program

The "Vietnamese families with Lao and Cambodian students in Ho Chi Minh City" program has been effectively implemented by the city's Fatherland Front and its member organizations, helping to strengthen relations between the people of Vietnam and those of Laos and Cambodia.

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Tunisia - Nabil Ammar talks to Estrosi about twinning the towns of Sousse and Nice

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad, Nabil Ammar, met on Sunday with the Mayor of Nice and President of the Nice Ville et Côte d'Azur region, Christian Estrosi.

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France/For more regional mobility

Three Aude inter-municipalities have volunteered to implement the department's mobility plan at local level.

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Switzerland/Sustainable regional development takes shape in Neuchâtel

Positive and encouraging results. These are the main conclusions of the quadrennial spatial planning report presented by the Neuchâtel authorities on Friday. In their view, development and sustainability are on the right track.

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