DIFFA


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DIFFADesign Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (New York, NY)
DIFFADesign Industries Foundation for AIDS
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De l'experience d'autres epidemies d'hepatite E en Afrique, l'epidemie en Diffa pourrait durer encore plusieurs de mois.
8 telephone interview from Diffa, the regional capital of a territory situated close to Niger's border with Nigeria.
They killed six and a seventh died after reaching the hospital in Diffa.
It is estimated that there are over 250,000 refugees, IDPs and Niger returnees in the Diffa region now, after years of Boko Haram attacks and atrocities in neighboring Nigeria.
Two girls carried out suicide attacks in Diffa on February 8 and two girls again on February 11 just as Niger and Chad were preparing to launch offensives against Boko Haram in Nigerian territory.
Outside the office, Bouchey is active in the industry, participating in the Contract Magazine Editorial Advisory Board, DIFFA Dining by Design and Internet Week NYC.
Boko Haram members stormed a prison in the Niger town of Diffa overnight and set off a car bomb elsewhere in the town, witnesses said, shortly before Niger's parliament was due to ratify participation in the regional offensive - which would mean crossing borders.
The extremist militants launched the assault around the town of Diffa before dawn, just two days after their first major offensive in Niger in the area bordering Nigeria on Friday, witnesses said.
In addition to its three major military bases at Gao (Mali), Niamey (Niger) and N'Djamena (Chad), as well as the use of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) if required, France is establishing a number of smaller bases, such as Tessalit, close to the Algerian border in northern Mali, Agades and Diffa in Niger, and Faya (Largeau) and Zouar in northern Chad, to be able to launch strikes across the entire Sahel--from Mauritania's Atlantic coast to Sudan.
CNPC is already pumping oil in the Agadem block, located in the semi-arid eastern region of Diffa, bordering Chad.
The CCLAD has branches in Agadez (covering Agadez and Tahoua regions) and in Zinder (covering Diffa, Maradi, and Zinder regions).