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WAFRWorkshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics (conference)
WAFRWest Africa
WAFRWorld Appraisal of Fishery Resources
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Recently announced as the Gold Sponsor for the upcoming edition of Propak West Africa, Sasol, is an international integrated chemicals and energy company working in 33 countries.
Chris Cashmore, Bolting Systems BD lead at SPX FLOW commented, "The Bolting Systems brand is strong in West Africa and the new calibration centre is part of our continued commitment to enhance customer service and experience.
As the global oil prices recover, West Africa continues to experience an increase in oil and gas exploration, production and storage equipment and infrastructure, a large share made of steel that is being installed in extremely harsh deepwater environments.
The Islamic State West Africa Province follows the same leader as the Middle Eastern version, Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi, and is hoping to make up for the loss of territory the group suffered in Syria and Iraq.
The Ministry further notes that during the ongoing Meeting, delegates will review and report on implementing the SRO-WA Work Program in 2018 and prospects for 2019, including Report on the Regional Profile of West Africa and the Report on Progress in Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in West Africa, respectively.
This distant history tells us much about the difficul- ties and complexities of West Africa's economies today.
And author Toby Green, through dint of travel to West Africa and diligent research of archives in nine nations, has done just that, writing a remarkable book in the process.
PS1.86 is the amount a cocoa farmer in West Africa needs to earn each day in order to achieve a living income.
Taken together, it is clear that West Africa's drug laws are doing more harm than good.
A cluster of francophone countries in West Africa that are experiencing an increased demand for advanced telecom services including Burkina Faso, Mali, and Mauritania will also benefit from these extensions into Cote D'Ivoire and Senegal.
In each of four regions, North Africa, East Africa, West Africa and Southern Africa, we hold separate Awards competitions.
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