- published: 07 Oct 2010
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K3 Telecom company is a provider of telecommunication equipment and services. We specialize in building networks for clients that previously rejected standard networks that lack in economical appeal. We have patented a unique technology that allows superior two-way transfer of telecommunication services over long distances. Visit: www.k3tele.com
United Bank for Africa, Liberia has signed a $10 million financing deal with Liberia's leading telecom company, Lonestar, for a network expansion programme. The deal is one of the biggest single projects financed by a commercial bank in the country and underscores UBA Group's role in project financing across Africa. Joining us now in our studio in Lagos, to give us the facts and the figures of this deal is Ebel Edwin Ogbue, CEO of United Bank for Africa
K3 Telecom is a global provider of patented K3 Air Lastmile solution, a unique telecommunication system in the world. K3 Air Lastmile is comparable to conventional wired networks, the user has the same equipment, the only difference is in the signal path, which does not travel via cable, but through the air, wireless. With prove and experiences in Liberia K3 Telecom have shown to know, how to enable new level of services with this suitable technology to the people across the whole African continent. K3 Telecom AG, Switzerland www.k3tele.com Direct to you!
Africa's Mobile telecommunication Industry has evolved over the years. Mobile phones have become one of the most valued possessions for many Africans. According to Tax and Advisory firm, KPMG, the continent presents a massive consumer market when compared with the slowdown in subscriber growth in the rest of the world, with at least 500 million potential mobile subscribers.
The African Union and regional body ECOWAS are trying to prevent a political crisis. The Supreme Court has suspended next week's presidential run-off between former football star George Weah and current Vice President Joseph Boakai. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Internews' assessment along Liberia's eastern border with Cote d'Ivoire, where more than 150,000 Ivoirians have fled the violence at home, makes several recommendations for how the international aid community, along with local media organizations and telecommunications companies, can better meet the information needs of Ivoirian refugees. The Internews Assessment Team, in Liberia from April 6-17, determined that the majority of refugees, especially women, have received little to no news about the situation in Cote d'Ivoire, although their access to such information about the ongoing situation might help them to determine when it is safe for them to return home. The best sources for such information are radio or mobile phones, both of which are in short supply among refugees and host com...
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This is one of Libtelco's services advertisement used to inform potential clients about the products and services we offer.
In this video the first group of women in thier midwifery delievery room and asking the world to help them with bed, beding and some materials. The clinic is also asking world to help the clinic with materials
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Managing Editor of a The Enquirer Newspaper in Monrovia talks about how a jhr (Journalists for Human Rights) trained journalist wrote an article about pollution into a local river by a Firestone Rubber Factory. This article garnered the attention of Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, who ordered a EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) investigation of the situation. In the Fall of 2008, jhr started a five-year project in Liberia. These projects are facilitated by the Liberia Media Centre (LMC), a local NGO and jhr's lead partner on the ground. jhr, in partnership with the LMC, is working alongside local journalists, editors, owners and NGOs to facilitate a number of programs aimed at spreading human rights awareness.
October 2010 marks ten years since the passage of UN Security Council resolution 1325, a landmark legal and political framework that acknowledges the importance of the participation of women and the inclusion of gender perspectives in peace negotiations, humanitarian planning, peacekeeping operations, post-conflict peace-building and governance. In commemoration of the anniversary, women peace activists from 25 conflict-affected countries participated in UN-led Global Open Days worldwide, calling for women's participation in peace-building, women's protection and ending sexual violence in times of conflict. This video series represents just some of the many voices in the call to make women count for peace. Support the call! Sign the petition now at http://www.saynotoviolence.org/make-wo...