As of 12 May 2019, a total of 1705 EVD cases, including 1617 confirmed and 88 probable cases, were reported. A total of 1124 deaths were reported (overall case fatality ratio 66%), including 1036 deaths among confirmed cases. Of the 1705 confirmed and probable cases with known age and sex, 56% (951) were female, and 29% (502) were children aged less than 18 years. The number of healthcare workers affected has risen to 101 (6% of total cases).

Venezuela , a rich oil producer coutnry-  do not manage to  give  drinking water to its   over 30  million people.

Leaders  seem  have much  personal  quarrels, antipaties , iontolerances   and  fights,  and own intresses ,lacking   ability to diplomacy and responsible  ruling over nations´s    multimillion multitudes which  still are   waiting  a Good  Shephard  in this  world time, but they are  only   suffering still  every day more. Even death toll  because of miseries  is going upwards.  The worsest thing is  man made deaths:  violent cruel killings of   civilians.

It is a civil wsar:  most cruel of all wars:   A neighbour killing  neighbours.



Drug trafficking routes

Aircraft activity of drug trafficking suspects tracked by the United States Southern Command showing multiple drug flights from Venezuela in 2010.

According to a 2009 US report, 90% of US cocaine is sourced from Colombia, with Venezuela and the Caribbean accounting for around 10% of US-destined cocaine trans-shipments in 2010.[6] Another significant route is directed to export cocaine, marijuana and other illegal drugs via direct sea shipments from Venezuela to Europe, with half of all direct shipments to Europe between 2006 and 2008 originating in Venezuela.[7][8]

Gustavo Tarre Briceño is a Venezuelan politician, lawyer, author, professor of constitutional law and politic science, and representative to the Organization of American States (OAS).

Tarre was named by Venezuela’s National Assembly as a Special Representative to the OAS on 22 January during the 2019 Venezuelan presidential crisis.[1][2] On 9 April 2019, the OAS voted to accept him as the ambassador and representative from Venezuela.[3]



Ezechiel 1:16

May 3, 2019

In 13 counties  is functionin  the Columbian  active querilla

Tarre Briceño alerta ante la OEA que Hezbolá y el Estado Islámico operan en Venezuela

Many senselessness,  utterly cruel and inhuman  genocidic wars  has  a background in narcotica use.

Afganistan war. opium  and heroin use.

Isis war, islamic ears:: Hash, cannabis, marihuana and  other plant  narcotics.

German nazists.  Amphetamine derivata, pervitiin.

Maduro war: Cocain.

All kind of African  wars. local  narcotic  toxis plants.

Violences. What happened in yesterday  (Wednesday) violences:

A woman was shot dead and dozens injured in the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Wednesday, in clashes between opposition supporters and pro-government forces.

The military fired tear gas and water cannon amid rival demonstrations.

Opposition leader Juan Guaidó called for those responsible for the death of a 27-year-old woman to be found.

He also urged public employees to go on strike on Thursday, to try to force President Nicolás Maduro to stand down.

In January, Mr Guaidó declared himself Venezuela’s interim leader, and he has been recognised by more than 50 countries including the US, UK and most Latin America nations.

As the head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, he invoked the constitution to assume an interim presidency, arguing that Mr Maduro’s re-election last year was illegitimate.

But Mr Maduro – who is backed by Russia, China and the leaders of Venezuela’s military – has refused to cede power.

The president dismissed suggestions he had been ready to flee the country and accused the US of directing an attempted coup. Those involved would be punished, he said.

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  • AO priorities

The four priority areas of the collaboration between FAO and Venezuela are: Supporting sustainable agricultural development; Supporting initiatives aimed at achieving food security and sovereignty; Supporting adaptation to climate change, risk management and preservation of the environment; Promoting the Latin America and the Caribbean Without Hunger initiative and support to the South-South cooperation. [More]


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    Morogoro’s Best Farmer

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  • The SRI project is funded by the Government of Venezuela through the South-South Cooperation. The project aims to increase sustainable production and productivity of rice by promoting the adoption of best practices and developing agro-business models along the rice value chain.


  • 02/04/2019

    Global Report on Food Crises: acute hunger still affecting over 100 million people worldwide

    2 April 2019, Brussels – A report presented today jointly by the European Union, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and the UN World Food Programme (WFP) finds that around 113 million people in 53 countries experienced acute food insecurity in 2018, compared to 124 million in 2017. Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica said,…




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