In a new campaign launched Tuesday, April 25, dating website Tinder has partnered with the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya to help raise KSh 90 million needed to protect the northern white rhino from extinction. Scientists are planning to use Sudan’s sperm to fertilize an egg from one of the two last northern white rhino females: 17-year-old Satu or 27-year-old Najin.
These founders are powerhouses of Sudanese war widows that banded together to provide for the refugee orphans they continued to meet throughout the region.- Tida has seen a new species, not just a member - Sudan, the last known male northern white rhino in existence, is now using the most popular dating App- In a new campaign launched on Tuesday, April 25, dating website Tinder has partnered with the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya to help raise KSh 90 million for Sudan- Sudan, who is now 43 years old Kenyans were recently left a little bit confused after hearing the last known male northern white rhino in existence, is now using the most popular dating App in the world.The rhino, named Sudan, is in Kenya, Pejeta Conservancy. 6 ft tall and 5,000 pounds if it matters.”Subscribe to Tuko youtube channel to watch more interesting videos!Fighting has spread to new parts of the country since then, and the UN has warned of ethnic cleansing.According to the report, at the end of February over 1.9 million South Sudanese were internally displaced and over 1.6 million had fled the country.South Sudan's government is spending at least half its budget on security and weapons while 100,000 people are dying of starvation as a result of famine caused mainly by an upsurge in government military operations, UN experts said in a new report.The experts monitoring UN sanctions against the world's newest nation said another 1 million people are near starvation and the number of people desperately needing food is expected to rise to 5.5 million people "at the height of the lean season in July if nothing is done to curb the severity and breadth of the food crisis." The report to the Security Council, obtained Friday by The Associated Press, said that despite the scale and scope of South Sudan's political, humanitarian, and economic crises, the panel of experts continues to uncover evidence of the ongoing purchase of weapons by President Salva Kiir's SPLA forces.As an outcome of this programme, the structure of the telecommunication sector in the country at present is as follows: The liberalization and privatization of the telecommunication sector, the policies, the regulations and plans adopted by the Government of the Sudan have created a capital–attracting, pro-competitive policy environment that have fostered the build–up of a modern, fully–digital infrastructure in the country and furnished a climate suited to enhance Information and communications technology (ITC) development nationwide.The transformation and achievements witnessed in the Sudanese Telecommunication sector coupled with the growing and diversifying use of the ITC services including those of the Internet and its applications have made Sudan to be widely held among the most developed in Africa, if not in the Middle East.Famine has been taking hold in East Africa for weeks and yesterday Somalia’s Prime Minister declared the deaths of one hundred people in just 48 hours.The deaths of 110 people from hunger and diarrhoea took place in the drought-ridden areas of the Bay region.They do their best to use the resources they have to provide food, education, parental and medical care to these children.Through the sales of the students' images, we support IWASSRU by helping fund food and medical supplies and protection efforts to ensure safety from the LRA and other local threats.But the market is still considered to be virgin and huge investment opportunities exist and shall explode with the full realization of peace and stability throughout the country. Sudan was listed as engaged in substantial Internet filtering in the social and Internet tools areas, in selective filtering in the political area, and as no evidence of filtering in conflict/security area by the Open Net Initiative in August 2009.