Blog entries from: Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP)

... The Africa Post (TAP)- for FEEEDS® Issues.Dialogues & advocates on the key issues of Food Security, Education, Environment-Energy, Economics, Development-Democracy & Self-help or the FEEEDS Issues. Dr. Robin Renee Sanders, CEO FEEEDS, former U.S. Ambassadors to Nigeria & Republic of Congo. website http://ambassadorrobinreneesanders.com

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October 31 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Oct 31 2014, 00:24:00

Sanders Highlights Important Role of Africa to Gannon University Students

A FEEEDS BlogSpot

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October 17 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Oct 17 2014, 01:41:00

Ambassador Sanders on MSNBC October 16, 2014 " The Cycle Show"  discussed her professional views on gaps in addressing  the Ebola crisis. She served in Republic of Congo during its Ebola crises in 2002-2004. Dr. Sanders highlighted some lessons learned, from that period that should be considered in addressing current crisis in West Africa which also could be applicable (or at least considered) in addressing the U.S challenges with the disease. She will also note the Nigeria success story on combating the virus, and lesson the US can also learn from Nigeria. Click below to see live show:

http://www.msnbc.com/the-cycle/watch/fighting-ebola-on-a-global-level-343674947959

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October 16 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Thu Oct 16 2014, 01:33:00

Ambassador Sanders on CCTV (China Cable Television) discusses current Ebola crisis and next steps that need to be addressed and focused on to stop the spread in the U.S. and West Africa. Sanders served as U.S. Ambassador in the Republic of Congo during its  three Ebola outbreaks and notes lessons learned.

 She stresses that in addition to the epidemiology issues, it is important for international agencies also to look simultaneously at food security issues as in he past Ebola is linked to a species jump from a carrier animal to human usually through consumption of a carrier animal :

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September 19 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Sep 19 2014, 22:54:00

Below follows a wrap up to date of Dr. Sanders media shows on both the US-Africa Summit & the Ebola Crisis

 

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From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Sep 19 2014, 21:05:00

FEEEDS Series

Ambassador (Dr) Robin Renee Sanders  featured on Great Black Speaker's Facebook Page. Click link for more on Dr. Sanders' be chosen for "Great Back Speakers" highlighted speakers: https://www.facebook.com/GreatBlackSpeakers

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September 17 2014



July 31 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Thu Jul 31 2014, 02:22:00

As published on Allafrica.com - 30 July 2014

FEEEDS Initiative (Washington, D.C.)

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allAfrica.com news stories in this entry:
Africa:   DC Forum Kicks Off Lead-Up to Next Month's U.S.-Africa Summit (press release)
FEEEDS Initiative
12 July 2014

The "Africa Forum" organized by the FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative, Gallup, The Africa Society, AllAfrica and Operation HOPE, which was held July 10 for 250 invitees, is being called a "substantive ... [read more]




July 25 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Jul 25 2014, 23:34:00

Ambassador Sanders discuss latest challenges with finding the missing Chibok girls 100 days, and notes some reported intelligence successes against selected reported Boko Haram suspects. New segment highlight further the need to supply Nigeria's military with the necessary equipment and training, and although corruption is a problem, with additional controls and oversight, it will be critical to ensure Nigeria's military can fight the war against Boko Haram.

https://ajam.boxcn.net/s/0b1eqv2cwu9n4e6o64wj

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July 19 2014

From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Sat Jul 19 2014, 17:43:00

If you are an Africa-hand (government or non-governmental) activist or development partner focused on Africa  you are either directly or indirectly involved with the upcoming Washington, D.C. August 4-6, 2014, US-Africa Leaders' Summit. Fundamentally, the event is incredibly historic as it will be the first time that a sitting U.S. President has invited all the Heads of States and Governments of the Africa Region to a single event, with the exceptions of (Zimbabwe, Central Africa Republic, Eritrea, and Western Sahara), to discuss key Continent issues and the macro U.S.-Africa relationship. The four overarching themes for the Summit are: Investing in Africa's Future; Peace and Regional Stability, and Governing for the "Next Generation."

There is some griping, of ...

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allAfrica.com news stories in this entry:
Gambia:   Jammeh in Obama's List of Invitees to White House Summit (news)
The Point
16 July 2014

President Yahya Jammeh is among the African heads of state and government in a list of those invited by U.S. President Barack Obama to the United States-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. on 5 ... [read more]

Africa:   DC Forum to Offer Issue Prospective on U.S.-Africa Summit (press release)
FEEEDS Initiative
3 July 2014

A forum to explore select issues in African development will be held in advance of the U.S Africa Leaders Summit on August 5-6, during which President Barack Obama will host African heads of state and ... [read more]




From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Sat Jul 19 2014, 14:12:00

Monday, August 4, 2014

0830-1200        Civil Society Forum

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