The Chad News Archive
Germany Gives Chad 4.8 Mission FCFA
- Afrique en ligne (6/8/09)
Chad - Chadian Minister of Economic Planning and Cooperation, Moussa Mactar, and the Ambassador of Germany to Chad, Leopold Theodore Elmane, on Monday signed two financing agreements in N'Djamena amounting of some 4.8 billion FCFA.
According to the German ambassador, the two agreements are within the framework of the continuation of some rural programmes and development projects in two areas - Mayo Kebi in the south and Ouaddai and Ouadifira in the centre of the country.
The first technical cooperation agreement amounting of 1.6 billion FCFA consists of the training and supervision of peasants in environmental protection, the use of the land and the setting up of an agricultural council.
The second financial cooperation agreement which amounts to 3.2 billion FCFA is meant to strengthen capacities and the financing of rural development activit ies undertaken by both countries.
The Chadian minister appealed to Germany to help Chad fight corruption.
- Wake Forest News (7/15/14)
- Chadian Aboubaker Ousman Graduates Law S...
Aboubaker Ousman of N'Djamena, Chad, has earned a Master of Laws in American Law (LL.M.) ...more
- Reuters (10/22/2013)
- Chad Lifts CNPC Suspension...
Chad has allowed China National Petroleum Corporation to resume operations suspended in August for violations of environmental standards...more
- Bloomberg (6/24/2013)
- Chad Signs Water Deal...
Chad's government signed a 12 million-euro ($16 million) agreement with France for a water project in the capital, Ndjamena,...more
- Reuters (6/18/2013)
- Chad Arrests Elephant Poacher...
Authorities in Chad have arrested a suspected member of a poaching gang accused of slaughtering nearly 200 elephants...more
- The Guardian (5/30/12)
- The Charcoal Challenge...
Nelly Benoudjita's eyes sparkle behind her horn-rimmed glasses as she stirs a huge vat of boiling oil,...more
- AFP (5/9/12)
- Chadian Shoots at French...
A man thought to be a Chadian soldier shot at two French soldiers as they left a military base near the capital N'Djamena...more