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IGAD's Conflict Early Warning and Response Mechanism (CEWARN) needs the services of a competent vendor to do partitioning of a new office space. CEWARN invites competent companies registered in Ethiopia to submit bills of quantities as per the details provided in attached TOR.

This application shall be closed on Friday 23rd January 2015 at 4:00PM

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CEWARN participates at 15th AU–RECs technical meeting on the AU Continental Early Warning System

CEWARN participated and contributed to the 15th meeting of the African Union and Regional Economic Communities (RECs) on the operationalization of the Continental Early Warning System (CEWS) on 26-28 November 2014 in Cairo, Egypt. The regular meetings serve as forums for harmonization of early warning operations of the African Union and African regional economic communities.


CEWARN and ICRC’s Regional Mission discuss possible collaboration

CEWARN Director Mr. Richard Barno and team held a breakfast meeting with Head of ICRC’s Nairobi Regional Delegation Mr. Thierry Meyrat and ICRC’s Deputy Head of Delegation to the African Union Ms. Haja Kamara on 26 November in Addis Ababa. The meeting's main agenda was discussing possible areas of collaboration within the context of a Memorandum of Understanding signed between IGAD and ICRC in August 2008 as a framework of collaboration on regional humanitarian affairs.


Austria to step up development support to CEWARN’s rapid response initiatives

The Austrian Ambassador to Ethiopia H.E Dr. Andres C. Melán hosted a luncheon for IGAD Executive Secretary Amb (Eng.) Mahboub Maalim, CEWARN Director Mr. Richard Barno and other CEWARN officials on 26 November 2014 at his residence.

The aim of the luncheon was to discuss revitalization of the long-standing partnership between the Austrian Government and CEWARN on supporting IGAD Member States to effectively conduct rapid response initiatives to avert cross-border violence.


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