MOROCCO: IFC finances studies on the recovery of industrial waste in Tangier

MOROCCO: IFC finances studies on the recovery of industrial waste in Tangier

By Inès Magoum – Published on April 20 2021 on Afrik21. The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a subsidiary of the World Bank Group, is financing the recovery of industrial waste in Tangiers, Morocco. This is an initiative of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceïma (TTA) and five associations representing the industrial zones of Tangier, and […]

North African Countries Currencies in USD

Originally posted on After 5:
Hey there, This is my very first blog post and my first attempt to analyse a dataset post learning python. I have recently joined the Kaggle community as well as Github and slowly finding my way through them! As an Egyptian working in Finance, I found the Africa Economic, Banking and…

Algiers Living Room Reveal

Originally posted on The Next Dinner Party:
Hello from Algiers! After three trips to Michigan in the past four months, my cancer scare ordeal is over and behind me. The biopsy from the last surgery on my cervix revealed no cancer and do disease of any kind. I arrived back to Algeria a week ago,…

Learning to Get Lost

Originally posted on Goodbye Yellow Brick Road:
A couple weeks ago we took a tour of the Medina. I was thankful to have a knowledgeable tour guide because the old Medina of Tunis is a maze of narrow streets enclosed in ancient walls holding markets, homes, restaurants, and people busy in daily life. So many…

Loving Graham Greene, Gloria Emerson

Originally posted on RobinAndrew:
An initially-slight tale, which grows and grows right up to its end, as slight lives desperately try to grow themselves into something important without completely relinquishing the comforts to which they have accustomed themselves. Emerson writes with an almost nineteenth-century reserve which aptly suits her characters and relates as well to…