Arctech Solar Delivered 575MW SkyLine Trackers to Middle East’s Largest PV Plant

SHANGHAI, May 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Arctech Solar, a leading solar tracking and racking system provider, announced that it has completed the tracker production and shipment of the major tracker components from China for IBRI II project in Oman, which is invested by Saudi Arabia’s leading renewables developer ACWA power. This project is not only the largest utility-scale PV plant in the Middle East to date, but also one of the world’s largest…

‫سي جي تي أن: خطط خمسية السنوات للتنمية المستقبلية في الصين

بكين، 22 أيار/مايو، 2020 / — تم تصميم نظام الخطط الخماسية الصينية لوضع خطط للتنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية للسنوات الخمس المقبلة. وقد أطلقت سي جي تي أن مؤخرا صفحة تفاعلية لمراجعة خطط الصين الخمسية للتنمية منذ العام 1953. ادخل إلى صفحةسي جي تي أن CGTN التفاعلية على الخطط الخمسية: تصميم المستقبل Designing the Future بدأت الخطة الخمسية الأولى في العام 1953. وقد تم وضع وتنفيذ ما مجموعه 13 خطة خمسية باستثناء فترة التكيف الاقتصادي بين…

UNHCR and Partners Guidance Note on Risk Communication and Community Engagement with Refugees, Returnees, IDPs, and at Risk of Statelessness Communities for UNHCR, Partners staff, Community Workers, Volunteers and Community leaders in COVID-19 context

Purpose Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) is an essential component of our emergency preparedness and response action plan while implementing core protection activities for the people of concern during the COVID-19 crisis. This Guidance Note provides recommendations for the UNHCR and Partners organizations, their field and outreach staff including community workers, community volunteers and community leaders. Other relevant documents, indicated in the reference section (see page 9), and South…

DTM South Sudan: Weekly COVID-19 Situation Report (11 – 17 May 2020)

SITUATION OVERVIEW The COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve in the African region. All countries in the African Region have reported COVID-19, with Lesotho reporting its first case on 13 May. While there are variations among countries, the overall numbers of reported cases and deaths have been increasing, and more than half of the countries are experiencing community transmission. There are also increasing incidences of cross-border transmission of COVID-19, mainly through…

South Sudan: Bachelet calls for accountability as hundreds reported killed in intercommunal violence

GENEVA– UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has condemned a new outbreak of intercommunal violence in South Sudan that has reportedly left hundreds dead according to local authorities, calling for those responsible to be brought swiftly to justice. "The reports from Jonglei State are appalling, indicating that scores of civilians have been killed in attacks across 28 villages between 16 and 17 May, with many more injured and…

South Sudan — WHO / DTM Joint Analysis on Health Access for IDPs and Returnees (May 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and WHO's Health Service Functionality (HSF) teams collaborated to produce this joint analysis on health care access for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees in South Sudan. The interactive report provides a countrywide summary of gaps in access to functional health facilities by IDPs and returnees. To view the interactive report, please unzip the attachment and open the html document with any web browser (e.g.…

FAO Director-General says the fight against Desert Locusts will take time, despite significant control gains

Rome - The Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, has warned that efforts to control Desert Locusts will take time, noting increased concern for the Sahel and Southwest Asia is adding to the burden of efforts ongoing in the Horn of Africa and Yemen. Qu was joined by the UN Under-Secretary General and Emergency Relief Co-ordinator, Mark Lowcock, on Thursday at a virtual…

Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve ‘justice, truth and reparations’: Bachelet

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday condemned a fresh wave of intercommunal violence in the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, that has left hundreds dead across 28 villages in Jonglei State, according to local authorities. Three aid workers were among those killed. “The reports from Jonglei State are appalling”, Michelle Bachelet said of fighting that broke out between 16 and 17 May, forcing thousands to flee their…