Open Africa Business Forum has organized a first-ever business forum to take place in Moscow, Russia in February 2, 2023.
Open Africa Business Forum is a communication platform designed to enhance business co-operation between African and Russian industries.
As at November 11, 2022, African countries that had confirmed participation for the Moscow event include Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Through the Open Africa Business Forum, Russian businesses are looking for new investment and partnership opportunities and the focus is on Africa because of its potential for economic growth.
The first Open Africa Business Forum hopes to attract business and economic participants from both the private and public sectors from
October 11 is the International Day of the Girl Child and for the second year Rosatom conducts events to bring awareness to the unique challenges girls around the world face.
On October 19-20 1,000 girls from four East London’s schools – Aspiraza Primary School, Cranberry Primary School, Nontuthuzelo School and Pefferville School – were provided with personal care products sponsored by Rosatom Central and Southern Africa. Rosatom along with the Families South Africa, a non-profit organisation specialising in relationship counselling, organized the event. The hygiene products were supplied by Palesa Pads, which manufacture reusable hygiene pads with a shelf life of up to 5 years providing an affordable, reliable and environmentally friendly long-term solution. The event was also supp
Mu nama yahuje abayobozi b’amashuri yose yigisha tekinike bo mu Rwanda yateguwe na RTB (Rwanda TVET Board) bakanguriwe kwita ku bikorwaremezo ndetse bakita ku ireme ry’uburezi ku buryo abana bifuza kwiga mu mashuri ya TVET nta mpungenge ndetse n’ababyeyi bifuriza abana babo kwiga muri aya mashuri.
Umunyamabanga wa Leta muri Minisiteri y’Uburezi ushinzwe ICT& TVET Irere Claudette yavuze ko leta yakoze ibishoboka byose kugirango amashuri ya tekinike yitabirwe kuburyo umuhigo igihugu cyihaye muri NCT1 ko mu mwaka wa 2024 umuhigo wa 60% w’abanyeshuri bazaba biga mu mashuri ya tekiniki ugerweho.
Yagize ati tumaze iminsi tuganira n’ababyeyi n’abanyeshuri tubakangurira kwiga mu mashuti ya tekiniki (TVET), turasaba abayobozi b’amashuri kudufasha kugirango intego twihaye tubashe kuyig
14 September 2022, Moscow. Rosatom held the first meeting of Impact Team 2050, which is the global youth advisory council to the Rosatom CEO. Among the headliners of the meeting were Rosatom’s Deputy Director General for Human Resources Tatyana Terentyeva and President of Rusatom International Network Vadim Titov, who met with the Council Members from 12 countries.
In December 2021, at the Global Impact Conference, Alexey Likhachev, the Rosatom Director General, announced the launch of the company's partnership with youth for sustainable development. "I am convinced that our partnership with the younger generation will become a driving force of positive change around the world," he said.
Rosatom’s initiative was designed as a mechanism for engaging outstanding young people from d
The competition was held on September 7-8 in the PRO ANGLERS LEAGUE format – a European tournament for spinning for fish from boats – and brought together athletes from 10 countries (including Russia) at the Gulf of Finland.
The event was held close to the Leningrad NPP, Russia's largest operating nuclear power plant in terms of installed capacity and one of the first in the world to receive cutting-edge Generation III+ VVER-1200 reactors offered by Rosatom globally.
The geography of the tournament has expanded greatly. In total, 26 amateur athletes took part in the competition. They are representatives of Russia and countries where Rosatom implements or plans to implement nuclear power plant construction projects: Armenia, Hungary, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Uzbekista
A conference about Small Modular Reactor (hereinafter – “SMR”) technology was held by Russia and Ghana in Accra on August 24. The Workshop is a part of countries’ cooperation in the field of nuclear technologies.
The event was opened by Mr. Ryan Collyer, CEO of Rosatom Central and Southern Africa, who noted that Ghanaian-Russian cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy is especially important. Different SMR solutions were offered by both countries. Rosatom highlighted the status of FOAK SMR project in Russia, SMR/LNPP differences, its licensing process and economic aspects of SMR NPPs construction projects. In turn, Ghana has prepared a review of the implementation of the nuclear program where prospects for the development of Ghana's energy sector were mentioned. Representat
Minisiteri y’Ubutegetsi n’Umutekano mu Burundi, yemeje ko umuhanzi w’Umunyarwanda Bruce Melodie agifunze ngo hakaba hari abayobozi mu Burundi batishimiye ifungwa rye.
Umuvugizi wa Minisiteri y’Ubutegetsi n’Umutekano mu Burundi, Pierre Nkurikiye, mu gitondo cyo kuri uyu wa 01 Nzeri 2022, yabwiye BBC ko uyu muhanzi w’Umunyarwanda agifunze.
Yatangaje ibi nyuma yuko ku mugoroba wo kuri uyu wa Gatatu tariki 31 Kanama 2022 hari hakwirakwiye amakuru avuga ko Bruce Melodie yarekuwe.
Bruce Melodie wagiye mu Burundi ku butumire bw’igitaramo yagombaga kuririmbamo, yatawe muri yombi amaze kugera muri iki Gihugu aho yari yabanje kwakiranwa ubwuzu ku kibuga cy’indege.
Amakuru avuga ko Bruce Melodie yafashwe n’abashinzwe umutekano mu Gihugu cy’u Burundi ashinjwa ubutekamutwe.