African Working group
What are the best ways throughout Africa to incorporate women and their role in society into increasing security in the region?
Dear TIDES Africa Working Group,
Please send me ideas you may have regarding our working group and getting other members actively involved. Also, please give input on future events and we can set up a meeting after our Annual Field Demonstration.
Thanks and enjoy your weekend!
What are the current negative trends for water/power/food availability in the Horn of Africa? What steps need to be taken to address these concerns? How have environmental factors, especially deforestation, contributed to the famine in the Horn of Africa? What do the current crises (and past) in the Horn of Africa teach us about our current mechanisms for mitigating them? watch more: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmhfDt10Q-Q
The U.S. military recognizes that access to food and national security are "inextricably linked" in the Horn of Africa, said General Carter Ham, Commander of U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM), during a food security conference held at National Defense University in Washington, D.C., on March 8, 2012 watch more: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiZ-PFDLW0c
TIDES Africa Working Group! Please list the different organizations in the DC area that we could reach out to further discuss on best ways to provide recah back knowledge support to those working on the ground. Thoughts?
We will be meeting to discuss the creation of the "TIDES Africa Working Group".
Please contact Nelly Mobula at email@example.com to rsvp.
We encourage members of the Star-Tides network working in Africa to attend and spread the word.
Location: National Defense University, Lincoln Hall, Building 64 in the CTNSP Conference Room