São Tomé – Turismo STP http://turismo-stp.org/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 07:47:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://turismo-stp.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default.png São Tomé – Turismo STP http://turismo-stp.org/ 32 32 Sao Tome and Principe: Floods and landslides – Operations update no. 2, DREF N° MDRST001 – Sao Tomé and Principe https://turismo-stp.org/sao-tome-and-principe-floods-and-landslides-operations-update-no-2-dref-n-mdrst001-sao-tome-and-principe/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 01:15:44 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/sao-tome-and-principe-floods-and-landslides-operations-update-no-2-dref-n-mdrst001-sao-tome-and-principe/ Attachments Summary of major revisions to the emergency action plan and latest update: This second update aims to extend the duration of the operation, revise the response strategy and provide an update on the response and the ongoing situation from April to 1 June 2022. This revision is developed around the following key elements: Part […]]]>

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Summary of major revisions to the emergency action plan and latest update:

This second update aims to extend the duration of the operation, revise the response strategy and provide an update on the response and the ongoing situation from April to 1 June 2022.

This revision is developed around the following key elements:

  • Part of the assistance will be redirected to 100 households on the island of Principe using the additional time and the same resources previously allocated by the DREF. Some 350 households have been affected by the floods on the island of Principe. The island suffered extensive flood damage after heavy rains on May 23, 2022, with 61 families losing their homes in the disaster.

  • The objective remains 6,000 people (1,500 households) but with a change in the initial distribution by localities as follows: Lembá 200 households (HH); Me-Zochi: 150 HH; and Ile Principe: 100 households.

  • Extend the operation for one month (until July 31, 2022). This additional month will allow the National Society to continue the remaining activities on the island of São Tomé and to carry out the same response strategy in Principe to cover the 100 vulnerable families who have lost their homes. The initial activities foreseen in the EPoA have been carried out but at the moment most of the activities described in the first update are still not implemented. Indeed, the implementation since the last update has been significantly delayed due to the late transfer of funds to São Tomé.

This DREF initially approved for a period of three months, then extended by two months in the first update will now last until July 31, 2022 for an overall implementation period of 6 months. No additional funds are required, so the budget remains at CHF 164,881.

A. ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION

Description of the disaster

The 2021 rainfall in São Tomé and Príncipe peaked between December 28 and 29, 2021, causing the country’s rivers to rise. In less than 24 hours, the rains that fell on the archipelago caused chaos in the capital and in several other regions of the country, especially in areas where streams flow and near rivers. The storm that hit the archipelago, including the island of São Tome, on December 28, 2021 left two people dead and at least six missing in the community of Ponte Samu. On December 30, 2021, the government of São Tomé declared a state of disaster due to the damage caused and appealed for international assistance during a meeting attended by international actors present in the country and ambassadors.

While NS was still responding to the floods in December, heavy rains hit the whole country, causing a new wave of floods on March 4, 2022, resulting in floods of varying severity in the northern and northwestern districts of Lembá , Me-Zochi and Agua Grande. Already exposed by the floods of December 2021, the districts of Lembá and Me-Zochi were strongly impacted. Lembá in particular being more vulnerable due to its socio-economic situation compared to other affected districts. The greatest damage from this second wave of flooding was recorded in the capital Neves. After a detailed assessment of the situation on March 22, 2022, the Red Cross of São Tomé and Príncipe (CVSTP) recorded injuries, numerous damages and material losses and began to help 150 additional families thanks to an additional fund granted by the DREF.

On May 23, 2022, the Autonomous Region of Principe experienced heavy rains that caused serious damage to the island. According to the assessment of the situation carried out by the SN in collaboration with the government, a significant number of houses have been flooded, with damaged furniture and appliances. Several plots of agricultural land collapsed and the flow of water carved out several roads. Many communities have been left with inaccessible roads due to rock erosion, such as Bela Vista, Abade and Aeroporto to Picão via Telelé so far, totaling 10 landslides/rockslides and 2 partially destroyed residences. Gas stations were out of service and the floods affected the municipalities of Santo António, Lenta Pia, São Mateus, Porto Real and Santo António II with a total of 61 residences and 350 families affected by the floods. The government of Príncipe proposed to the central government to declare a state of calamity on the island, declaring Principe as a humanitarian priority.

This new situation is the reason why the Red Cross of São Tomé and Príncipe wishes to review again the current functioning to be able to help the most vulnerable households of Principe.

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A brief history of EuroAtlantic Airways in Portugal https://turismo-stp.org/a-brief-history-of-euroatlantic-airways-in-portugal/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 00:30:00 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/a-brief-history-of-euroatlantic-airways-in-portugal/ Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2022, EuroAtlantic Airways has carved out a niche for itself, offering additional capacity on an ad-hoc basis to airlines around the world, traditional charter operations, as well as a single scheduled route alongside. Let’s take a closer look at the carrier, its history and its operations. Who is EuroAtlantic Airways? […]]]>

Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2022, EuroAtlantic Airways has carved out a niche for itself, offering additional capacity on an ad-hoc basis to airlines around the world, traditional charter operations, as well as a single scheduled route alongside. Let’s take a closer look at the carrier, its history and its operations.

Who is EuroAtlantic Airways?

EuroAtlantic Airways (IATA YU / ICAO MMZ) or EuroAtlantic Airways – Transportes Aéreos SA to give the company its full title, was originally established in 1993. Originally named Air Zarco, the company was founded by Portuguese businessman Tomaz Metello, who owned the airline until in 2019.

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The airline was then sold to a Luxembourg-based investment group called I-JetAviation PT, led by German-Lebanese pilot and businessman Abed El-Jaouni.

Based at Lisbon Humberto Delgado International Airport (LIS), the company’s main activity is to provide capacity solutions to other airlines. It provides charter services, wet leases and ad hoc flights around the world, both under contract with other carriers and for its own needs.

Additionally, EuroAtlantic Airways operates regular weekly flights connecting Lisbon with São Tomé and Príncipe and Guinea Bissau. The airline owns 38% of São Tomé and Príncipe’s national airline, STP Airways.


The Boeing 767-300 has formed the backbone of the EuroAtlantic fleet over the years. Photo: EuroAtlantic Airways

A brief timeline of the airline

EuroAtlantic’s first flight operated in 1997 from Lison to Luanda, flown by the airline’s only aircraft at the time; a single Lockheed L1011-500 TriStar registered CS-TEB, which was purchased from TAP Portugal. The initial objective of the airline was to operate aircrfat on behalf of other airlines under wet lease agreements.

After dropping its original name in favor of Air Madeira at the start of operations, the airline found its niche and quickly flourished. The TriStar was soon joined by a Boeing 757-200 to meet demand for short and medium-haul charters to carry Portuguese tourists to destinations in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Spain and Greece.

In 2000, due to continuing bureaucratic problems with the airline’s name and its lack of appeal in the international charter market, the decision was made to rename the carrier again. In May 2000, the name EuroAtlantic Airways was adopted, which remains the airline’s title to this day.

Over the years, EuroAtlantic Airways has established several other milestones with its operations. In 1997, it began chartering planes from airlines in several Muslim countries such as Bangladesh, Nigeria, India, Indonesia and Malaysia, to fly religious pilgrims to Mecca on the annual Hajj pilgrimage. Hajj.

These operations have been so successful that EuroAtlantic continues to hold a permanent license from the Saudi authorities to carry passengers on such operations.

In March 1998, the airline was chosen to operate on behalf of the President of Portugal, President Jorge Sampaio, to Macau. This was the first of many flights the airline has operated for the Portuguese government throughout its history.

In May 2001, the airline received its first Boeing 737-300 and subsequently purchased a second airframe to meet growing demand in Europe for short-haul wet lease capacity. From the same year, EuroAtlantic was chosen to supply the aircraft and support operations for a series of aerial cruises around the world for the company TMR. These flights all started and ended in Paris, each lasting between 15 and 80 days.


The airline originally operated the 737-300, but has since upgraded this 737-800 for short-haul operations. Photo: EuroAtlantic Airways

In 2003, EuroAtlantic negotiated the shared use of two Boeing 767-300ERs with the now defunct Brazilian carrier Varig. This coincided with the airline’s plan to acquire four similar aircraft the following year, and in July 2004 EuroAtlantic became the first Portuguese airline to operate the Boeing 767-300ER.

In 2005, the company continued its steady expansion by leasing three more Boeing 767-300ERs along with a pair of additional Boeing 757-200s. Once again, the airline became a pioneer in introducing various Boeing models to Portugal in 2009 when the airline’s first Boeing 777-200ER was acquired to perform medium to long-haul flights.

Of particular note is that EuroAtlantic was the operator of the last Lockheed TriStar passenger service in Europe. The type was eventually retired from service with the airline in March 2010.

New owners bring new ambition

On November 15, 2019, EuroAtlantic Airways was acquired by I-Jet Aviation PT, a consortium formed by businessman Abed El-Jaouni and investment company Njord Partners. This was the latest in a series of recent strategic growth moves the company has taken to meet growing demand for ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance) and charters.

The new chairman of the board, Abed El Jaouni, had ambitious plans for the company and provided the airline with all the financial and operational support it needed to realize these plans. Upon takeover, EuroAtlantic Airways founder Tomaz Metello remained a non-executive member of I-Jet Aviation PT’s board.

Abed El-Jaouni is a well-known entrepreneur in the aviation industry. He has founded several companies in the aviation industry and he has a team of experienced people in various technical, financial and management roles from companies such as Atlas Air, Lufthansa, VistaJet, GE, Bombardier and Mesa Air Lines . Njord Partners is a flexible, long-term capital provider for mid-market companies in Western Europe.

The airline today

Today, EuroAtlantic Airways continues to operate global charter services as well as ACMI and other wet lease operations, primarily on behalf of other airlines. To sum up the carrier’s philosophy and its ability to offer turnkey, often short-term operational solutions, the company’s slogan is “Anytime anywhere!’.

Since February 2021, EuroAtlantic Airways has been operating a single scheduled service between Lisbon and Osvaldo Viera International Airport in Bissau, the capital of Guinea Bissau, a former Portuguese colony located in West Africa. This unique route was inaugurated after TAP Portugal ceased operations on the route due to network cuts.

EuroAtlantic’s fleet operates a wide range of missions. Photo: EuroAtlantic Airways

Fleet details

EuroAtlantic has operated a wide range of aircraft in its history, all aircraft produced by Boeing except its sole Lockheed Tristar CS-TEB, which retired in 2010. The airline operated the Boeing 737-300 , 757-200 and a single 767-300ER freighter from 2010 to 2017.

The airline was expected to operate a single Boeing 787-8 at short notice in 2021, but this option was never taken up by the airline due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

According to ch-aviation, EuroAtlantic Airways’ current fleet consists of seven aircraft with an average age of 21.5 years. However, the airline expects the delivery of two ex-Alitalia Boeing 777-200ERs later in 2022. The current fleet breakdown is as follows –

  • 1 Boeing 737-800
  • 5 Boeing 767-300ERs
  • 1 Boeing 777-200ER

The carrier is looking to expand its fleet of 777-200ERs. Photo: EuroAtlantic Airways

Source: ch-aviation, EuroAtlantic Airways

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Napoli celebrate Osimhen after scoring four goals against São Tomé https://turismo-stp.org/napoli-celebrate-osimhen-after-scoring-four-goals-against-sao-tome/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 06:24:04 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/napoli-celebrate-osimhen-after-scoring-four-goals-against-sao-tome/ Serie A giants Napoli have celebrated their Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen after scoring four goals in the Super Eagles’ 10-0 win over São Tomé and Príncipe. The Eagles recorded their second victory in Group A of the AFCON 2023 qualifiers by registering their biggest victory in history. Osimhen was the star of the game as […]]]>

Serie A giants Napoli have celebrated their Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen after scoring four goals in the Super Eagles’ 10-0 win over São Tomé and Príncipe.

The Eagles recorded their second victory in Group A of the AFCON 2023 qualifiers by registering their biggest victory in history.

Osimhen was the star of the game as he scored four times and also provided an assist.

Also read: Peseiro hails Super Eagles’ ‘massive’ win over Sao Tome

The last time a Super Eagles player scored four goals in a single game was the late Rashidi Yekini, in a 7-1 win over Burkina Faso in 1991.

Trio Terem Moffi, Ademola Lookman and Emmanuel Dennis opened their scoring tally for Nigeria while Oghenekaro Etebo and Moses Simon also scored.

And after Osimhen’s feat, Napoli celebrated their top scorer of last season.

“Victor Osimhen played the full 90 minutes as Nigeria ran away against Sao Tome and Principe in Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. The striker scored four goals as the visitors won a triumph 10-0,” Napoli wrote on their official website.

Meanwhile, Osimhen is the current AFCON 2023 qualifiers top scorer with five goals so far.

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Sao Tome and Principe 0-10 Nigeria: Watch the goals and highlights https://turismo-stp.org/sao-tome-and-principe-0-10-nigeria-watch-the-goals-and-highlights/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 19:26:27 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/sao-tome-and-principe-0-10-nigeria-watch-the-goals-and-highlights/ Nigeria recorded their biggest win in their history on Monday by beating Sao Tome and Principe 10-0 in a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The result bettered Nigeria’s previous biggest victory – a 10-1 victory over Benin in 1959. Napoli striker Victor Osimhen scored four of the Nigerian goals, while Lorient striker Terem Moffi […]]]>

Nigeria recorded their biggest win in their history on Monday by beating Sao Tome and Principe 10-0 in a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

The result bettered Nigeria’s previous biggest victory – a 10-1 victory over Benin in 1959.

Napoli striker Victor Osimhen scored four of the Nigerian goals, while Lorient striker Terem Moffi netted two.

Moses Simon, Peter Etebo and Ademola Lookman also got on the scoresheet, before Emmanuel Dennis completed the rout with a late penalty.

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Super Eagles land in Morocco – The Sun Nigeria https://turismo-stp.org/super-eagles-land-in-morocco-the-sun-nigeria/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 07:18:17 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/super-eagles-land-in-morocco-the-sun-nigeria/ By Joe Apu The Super Eagles have arrived in Agadir, a city on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco for the clash against São Tomé in the AFCON 2023 qualifying game against São Tomé and Principe on Monday, June 13, 2022. Super Eagles media officer Femi Raji, who spoke to Sunday SunSports, said the team […]]]>

By Joe Apu

The Super Eagles have arrived in Agadir, a city on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco for the clash against São Tomé in the AFCON 2023 qualifying game against São Tomé and Principe on Monday, June 13, 2022.

Super Eagles media officer Femi Raji, who spoke to Sunday SunSports, said the team were in good spirits and should have their first training session.

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“We arrived safe and sound and the team will have their first training session and get used to the pitch. Our players have put on the game against Sierra Leone and are now preparing for the game against Sao Tome.

Before departure, the team will train inside the MKO Abiola stadium on Saturday morning.

Nigeria kicked off their qualifying campaign on a winning note after beating Leone Stars of Sierra Leone 2-1 at MKO Abiola Stadium on Thursday night, but the same cannot be said for how São Tomé and Príncipe started their campaign. qualification. campaign in unimpressive fashion, as they were hammered 5-1 by Guinea-Bissau.

The vice-captain of the Williams Troost-Ekong team who was ruled out of the match Thursday in the 82nd minute after injuring his groin while trying to clear the ball is not among the players in Morocco.

The defender then returned to the UK to begin treatment. Additionally, Bonky Innocent is also unlikely to be out of the matchup due to muscle strain.

The match between “The Falcons and True Parrots Team” of São Tomé and Príncipe against the Super Eagles will be played at the Adrar stadium in Agadir, Morocco, on Monday at 2 p.m.

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‘Born in Blackness’ is an engrossing and unforgettable read https://turismo-stp.org/born-in-blackness-is-an-engrossing-and-unforgettable-read/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/born-in-blackness-is-an-engrossing-and-unforgettable-read/ Placeholder while loading article actions Let me start with the takeaway: “Born in Blackness: Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, 1471 to the Second World War” is a tour de force, so much so that it’s nearly impossible to write about it without stopping in hyperbole. At the beginning of the book, […]]]>
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Let me start with the takeaway: “Born in Blackness: Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, 1471 to the Second World War” is a tour de force, so much so that it’s nearly impossible to write about it without stopping in hyperbole.

At the beginning of the book, author Howard W. French tells the story of Mansa Musa, depicted on the cover of the book. At the start of the 14th century, Musa was the high king of the Mali Empire – and supposedly the richest man who ever lived. His 1324 pilgrimage to Mecca is famous, among other things, for his entourage and him spending so much gold while passing through Cairo that they caused a massive inflation of the local economy, a crisis which took years to recover.

This story, according to French, “set in motion the creation of an Atlantic world.” European explorers were intrigued by tales of an African king whose wealth exceeded that of all their monarchs. Thus, according to French, began the Age of Discovery, a period of searching for mythological cities of gold that would lead Europeans to seek world domination – not just in Africa, but across the Atlantic. in the “New World”.

He then spends over 400 captivating pages explaining everything that happened next: the European encounter with the Americas; the consequences of this meeting for the indigenous populations; the creation of lifelong slavery of African peoples as a mechanism by Europeans to replace the exploited and unpaid labor of indigenous peoples that their weapons and diseases destroyed; capitalism and the industrial revolution, and the growth of countless other modern institutions, from the insurance industry to the prison-industrial complex.

French brings writing skills and a journalist’s eye to his subject, building a comprehensive and compelling argument that Africa and Africans have been at the heart of modern world-building. Drawing on both primary archival sources and the research of hundreds of scholars and thinkers, French draws on this earlier scholarship to insist that this history cannot be ignored. Of early 20th century historian and later Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Eric Williams, he writes:

In their traditional account of modern world history, scholarly institutions in Western countries rarely paid serious attention to the role of Africa or Africans, until a young doctoral student [Williams] of Trinidad had the temerity to assert that without Africa, and the slave-owning plantation agriculture of the Caribbean that flowed from it, there would never have been the kind of wealth explosion enjoyed by the West in the 19th century. century, nor such early or rapid industrialization.

Along with meticulous research into primary and secondary sources, French constructs the narrative with accounts (and footage from!) of his travels to many important sites. His exploration of São Tomé, an island off the African coast on which Europeans first established the complex of plantations – the forced labor prison camps that would come to dominate the agriculture of the Caribbean, Brazil and South America – is particularly compelling. Likewise, French’s vivid description of the ruins of a former sugar cane plantation complex in Barbados brings to life his descriptions of what the kidnapped and enslaved Africans endured who were forced to work there. .

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A potential criticism of “Born in Blackness” is that, aside from the travelogues, there’s nothing new here. French acknowledges his debt to scholars — especially black scholars from Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States — throughout the text. And certainly, there is little in the book that is not already well known to scholars of the Atlantic world.

But making such an argument misses the point. Most people are not specialists in the Atlantic world. Because it approaches history with a journalist’s eye – and, equally important, with a journalist’s ability to write in clear, compelling language that anyone can understand – French’s book is invaluable. “Born in Blackness” takes these narratives that have been mostly limited to academics and graduate students and makes them accessible to a wide audience, from undergraduates assigned a few chapters for a class to people who will pick up a book of popular story that sounds interesting at their local bookstore.

“Born in Blackness” is an engrossing and impossible to forget read. This is the book for those who say they “know nothing about Africa” and who want to know more. But those readers will quickly learn that they know a lot of these things from the start. The gift of French is to show us how.

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12 Angolans and 4 Participants from São Tomé Emerge as 2022 Mandela Washington Fellowship Winners https://turismo-stp.org/12-angolans-and-4-participants-from-sao-tome-emerge-as-2022-mandela-washington-fellowship-winners/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 19:33:15 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/12-angolans-and-4-participants-from-sao-tome-emerge-as-2022-mandela-washington-fellowship-winners/ The United States Embassy in Angola is pleased to announce that twelve (12) Angolans and three (3) So Tomé and Principeans have been selected to participate in the 2022 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. The Mandela Washington Fellowship, launched in 2014, is the flagship program of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and […]]]>

The United States Embassy in Angola is pleased to announce that twelve (12) Angolans and three (3) So Tomé and Principeans have been selected to participate in the 2022 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship, launched in 2014, is the flagship program of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and reflects the United States’ commitment to investing in Africa‘s future. YALI was founded in 2010 to help young Africans promote economic growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and strengthen peace and security across Africa.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship has involved more than 5,100 young leaders from all countries in sub-Saharan Africa since 2014.

The Leadership Institutes will be held at 27 educational institutions in 20 states and the District of Columbia for approximately 700 Mandela Washington Scholars.

The six-week institutes, which will be held on college and university campuses across the United States, will help fellows build their leadership skills through academic study, workshops, mentoring, networking with American leaders and engagement with members of the local community.

The Alumni Enrichment Institutes (AEIs) are a new option for 2021 alumni to work with their U.S. peers and each other while continuing to enhance the professional and leadership abilities they have gained during their Alumni Institutes. virtual leadership 2021.

Through a competitive process, up to 200 qualified graduates of the 2021 scholarship have been chosen to travel to the United States in July and August 2022 for three-week internships at American institutions of higher education.

The Alumni Enrichment Institute will provide immersive, discussion-based learning on themes such as the diversity of U.S. culture and society, resilience and ethics in leadership, and ideas of social justice that are generally applicable to many disciplines and sectors. The AEI program involves internships at schools, institutions, and non-governmental organizations in the United States.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship and Alumni Enrichment Institute 2022 will be attended by the leaders listed below:

MANDELA WASHINGTON-ANGOLA SCHOLARSHIP

Alda Manuel, Luanda
Arlindo Caiombe, Huambo
Daniela Simao, Luanda
Eliana de Freitas, Ondjiva
Lisa Videira, Luanda
Manuel Adriano, (substitute with his hometown)
Mariano Capiliku, Lobito
Solange Teixeira, Luanda

MANDELA WASHINGTON SCHOLARSHIP – SAO TOME ET PRINCIPE

Abdul D”Assuncao
Edson do Rosario Costa
Jessica Neves
ALUMNI ENRICHMENT INSTITUTE – ANGOLA

Chris Kaumba, Luanda
Joaquina Caala, Benguela
Madaleno Constantino, Lobito
Zola Vida, Luanda
ALUMNI ENRICHMENT INSTITUTE – SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE

Celmar Fernandes
Since 2010, 87 Angolans and since 2014, 20 Sao Tomeans have participated in the Young African Leadership Initiatives flagship program. These young leaders are returning home to make their communities and teams stronger and more committed to making an impact.

Following their leadership institutes, fellows will participate in a virtual summit. Additionally, up to 100 competitively selected fellows will virtually engage in professional development with U.S. organizations in the public, private, or nonprofit sectors. Fellows can participate in alumni programming after their fellowship to further develop their professional skills and networks.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship is a U.S. Department of State program funded by the U.S. government and administered by IREX. For more information on the Mandela Washington Fellowship, visit mandelawashingtonfellowship.org.

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Super Eagles hold first training ahead of Sierra Leone and São Tomé AFCON qualifiers | The Guardian Nigeria News https://turismo-stp.org/super-eagles-hold-first-training-ahead-of-sierra-leone-and-sao-tome-afcon-qualifiers-the-guardian-nigeria-news/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 22:09:00 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/super-eagles-hold-first-training-ahead-of-sierra-leone-and-sao-tome-afcon-qualifiers-the-guardian-nigeria-news/ The Super Eagles’ preparations for Thursday’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone’s Leone Stars continued on Sunday as 24 of the 27 invited players trained in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Friendly matches against Mexico (in Dallas on the 28e May) and against Equator in New Jersey (2n/a June) kicked off preparations […]]]>

The Super Eagles’ preparations for Thursday’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone’s Leone Stars continued on Sunday as 24 of the 27 invited players trained in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

Friendly matches against Mexico (in Dallas on the 28e May) and against Equator in New Jersey (2n/a June) kicked off preparations as Eagles seek 20e appearance at Africa‘s flagship tournament, this time organized in the summer of 2023 in Côte d’Ivoire.

With head coach José Santos Peseiro in charge, Ahmed Musa led the team of players which included goalkeepers Francis Uzoho, Adewale Adeyinka and Adebayo Adeleye, and defenders Ola Aina, William Ekong, Zaidu Sanusi, Chidozie Awaziem , Semi Ajayi, Leon Balogun, Sani Faisal. and Kenneth Omeruo. There were also midfielders Alex Iwobi, Oghenekaro Etebo, Innocent Bonke and Frank Onyeka, and forwards Samuel Chukwueze, Moses Simon, Victor Osimhen, Cyriel Dessers, Ademola Lookman, Sadiq Umar, Terem Moffi and Emmanuel Dennis.

Only defenders Abdullahi Shehu and Calvin Bassey, as well as midfielder Joe Aribo were expected at the camp as at lunchtime on Sunday.

Peseiro was able to meet and familiarize himself with the guest players who were unable to travel to the United States for the friendlies, including Musa, Sanusi, Balogun, Etebo, Chukwueze, Umar and Lookman.

He also met Omeruo, Onyeka and Osimhen, as well as Israel-based goalkeeper Adeleye, who weren’t invited to the friendlies in America but were called up for the AFCON qualifiers.

The Eagles will face familiar foes Sierra Leone at the MKO Abiola National Stadium on Thursday night in one of the Group A matchday one matches of the qualifying series. On Saturday, they will fly to Marrakech for a Day 2 match against São Tomé and Príncipe which will take place on Monday 13e June.

Meanwhile, the Confederation of African Football has appointed Ivorian officials to take charge of Thursday’s encounter in Abuja, with Ibrahim Kalilou Traore as central referee. His compatriots Adou Désiré N’goh, Nouhou Ouattara and Kouassi François Biro will serve as assistant referee 1, assistant referee 2 and fourth official respectively.

Moukaila Nassam Adam from Ghana will serve as match commissioner while Serge Paulin Samuel from Burkina Faso will serve as referee assessor.

SQUAD LIST FOR SIERRA LEONE AND SÃO TOMÉ & PRÍNCIPE MATCHES

Guardians: Francis Uzoho (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Adewale Adeyinka (Akwa United); Adebayo Adeleye (Hapoel Jerusalem, Israel)

Defenders: Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); William Ekong (Watford FC, England); Abdullahi Shehu (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Zaidu Sanusi (FC Porto, Portugal); Chidozie Awaziem (Alanyaspor FC, Turkey); Oluwasemilogo Ajayi (West Bromwich Albion, England); Calvin Bassey (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Sani Faisal (Katsina United); Leon Balogun (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain)

Midfielders: Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Alex Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Oghenekaro Etebo (Watford FC, England); Innocent Bonke (FC Lorient, France); Frank Onyeka (Brentford FC, England)

Attackers: Ahmed Musa (Fatih Karagumruk, Turkey); Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal CF, Spain); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Victor Osimhen (SSC Naples, Italy); Cyriel Dessers (Feyenoord FC, Netherlands); Ademola Lookman (Leicester City, England); Sadiq Umar (UD Almeria, Spain); Terem Moffi (FC Lorient, France); Emmanuel Dennis (Watford FC, England)

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Nigeria invite Osimhen, Chukwueze and 25 others for Sierra Leone vs Sao Tome battle https://turismo-stp.org/nigeria-invite-osimhen-chukwueze-and-25-others-for-sierra-leone-vs-sao-tome-battle/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 12:26:25 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/nigeria-invite-osimhen-chukwueze-and-25-others-for-sierra-leone-vs-sao-tome-battle/ Head coach Jose Peseiro has called forwards Victor Osimhen and Samuel Chukwueze, captain Ahmed Musa, assistant captain William Ekong and 23 other players into the Super Eagles camp. That’s ahead of this month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone and São Tomé and Príncipe. Nigeria will host Sierra Leone at the Moshood […]]]>

Head coach Jose Peseiro has called forwards Victor Osimhen and Samuel Chukwueze, captain Ahmed Musa, assistant captain William Ekong and 23 other players into the Super Eagles camp.

That’s ahead of this month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone and São Tomé and Príncipe.

Nigeria will host Sierra Leone at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in one of the campaign day one matches on Thursday.

The Super Eagles will then leave the country for Marrakech, Morocco, to play São Tomé and Príncipe on June 13.

A statement from Ademola Olajire, director of communications for the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), said on Saturday that coach Peseiro had also invited goalkeepers Francis Uzoho and Adewale Adeyinka, defenders Olaoluwa Aina, Calvin Bassey, Sani Faisal, Oluwasemilogo Ajayi and Chidozie Awaziem,

“Among the Portuguese tactician’s other guests are midfielders Joseph Ayodele-Aribo, Alex Iwobi and Innocent Bonke.

“Also included in the list are strikers Moses Simon, Terem Moffi, Cyriel Dessers and Emmanuel Dennis – all of whom were part of the squad that faced Mexico and Ecuador in high-profile friendlies in the United States.

Peseiro added Israel-based goalkeeper Adebayo Adeleye, defenders Abdullahi Shehu, Zaidu Sanusi, Leon Balogun and Kenneth Omeruo, midfielders Oghenekaro Etebo and Frank Onyeka, and strikers Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze, Ademola Lookman and Sadiq Umar. “, indicates the press release.

SUPER EAGLES SQUAD

Guardians: Francis Uzoho (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Adewale Adeyinka (Akwa United); Adebayo Adeleye (Hapoel Jerusalem, Israel)

Defenders: Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); William Ekong (Watford FC, England); Abdullahi Shehu (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Zaidu Sanusi (FC Porto, Portugal); Chidozie Awaziem (Alanyaspor FC, Turkey); Oluwasemilogo Ajayi (West Bromwich Albion, England); Calvin Bassey (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Sani Faisal (Katsina United); Leon Balogun (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain)

Midfielders: Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Alex Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Oghenekaro Etebo (Watford FC, England); Innocent Bonke (FC Lorient, France); Frank Onyeka (Brentford FC, England)

Forwards: Ahmed Musa (Fatih Karagumruk, Turkey); Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal CF, Spain); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Victor Osimhen (SSC Naples, Italy); Cyriel Dessers (Feyenoord FC, Netherlands); Ademola Lookman (Leicester City, England); Sadiq Umar (UD Almeria, Spain); Terem Moffi (FC Lorient, France).

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Peseiro invites Musa, Ekong, 25 others for Sierra Leone, São Tomé https://turismo-stp.org/peseiro-invites-musa-ekong-25-others-for-sierra-leone-sao-tome/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://turismo-stp.org/peseiro-invites-musa-ekong-25-others-for-sierra-leone-sao-tome/ Head coach Jose Santos Peseiro called the captain Ahmad Musaassistant captain William Ekong and 25 other players at the Super Eagles camp for this month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone and São Tomé and Príncipe. The Portuguese tactician has invited goalkeepers Francis Uzoho and Adewale Adeyinka, defenders Olaoluwa Aina, Calvin Bassey, […]]]>

Head coach Jose Santos Peseiro called the captain Ahmad Musaassistant captain William Ekong and 25 other players at the Super Eagles camp for this month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone and São Tomé and Príncipe.

The Portuguese tactician has invited goalkeepers Francis Uzoho and Adewale Adeyinka, defenders Olaoluwa Aina, Calvin Bassey, Sani Faisal, Oluwasemilogo Ajayi and Chidozie Awaziem.

Midfielders Joseph Ayodele-Aribo, Alex Iwobi, Innocent Bonke and forwards Moses Simon, Terem Moffi, Cyriel Dessers and Emmanuel Dennis were all part of the squad that faced Mexico and Ecuador in prestigious friendlies in the United States of America.

Peseiro added Israeli goalkeeper Adebayo Adeleye, defenders Abdullahi Shehu, Zaidu Sanusi, Leon Balogun and Kenneth Omeruo, midfielders Oghenekaro Etebo and Frank Onyeka, and strikers Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze, Ademola Lookman and Sadiq Umar.

Nigeria host Sierra Leone at the MKO Abiola National Stadium in one of the campaign’s opening day matches on Thursday, June 9, before flying to Marrakesh, Morocco, to play São Tomé and Príncipe on Monday, June 13.

Super Eagles call list

Goalkeepers: Francis Uzoho (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Adewale Adeyinka (Akwa United); Adebayo Adeleye (Hapoel Jerusalem, Israel)

Defenders: Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); William Ekong (Watford FC, England); Abdullahi Shehu (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Zaidu Sanusi (FC Porto, Portugal); Chidozie Awaziem (Alanyaspor FC, Turkey); Oluwasemilogo Ajayi (West Bromwich Albion, England); Calvin Bassey (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Sani Faisal (Katsina United); Leon Balogun (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain)

Midfielders: Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Alex Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Oghenekaro Etebo (Watford FC, England); Innocent Bonke (FC Lorient, France); Frank Onyeka (Brentford FC, England)

Forwards: Ahmed Musa (Fatih Karagumruk, Turkey); Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal CF, Spain); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Victor Osimhen (SSC Naples, Italy); Cyriel Dessers (Feyenoord FC, The Netherlands); Ademola Lookman (Leicester City, England); Sadiq Umar (UD Almeria, Spain); Terem Moffi (FC Lorient, France)


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