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  Friday 28th of November 2014

 
 
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EXECUTIVE SECRETARY'S REPORTS

 
 
REPORT 2002
International relations, in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States of America, are undergoing a radical transformation.  The face of the world has changed, and the very foundations of the state are threatened.  There is a strong shift in the international agenda towards security issues and the fight against terrorism, almost to the detriment of aid for development.  In addition, the world economy is in recession, even as the world’s largest economic grouping put its common currency, the euro into circulation on 1 January 2002.
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REPORT 2000
The forty years that have elapsed since 1960, when most of the ECOWAS countries attained their independence, have been a particularly difficult period for West Africa. The region is entering a new century facing very many difficulties. More than half of the population subsists on less than one dollar a day; and the current economic growth level cannot bring about any significant reduction of poverty. 
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25th Anniversary Report
Remarkable changes have occurred in West Africa since the signing of the ECOWAS Treaty1 on 25 May 1975 just as the external environment has undergone considerable changes. This year’s celebration of the 25th anniversary of the community is an opportunity for reviewing the process of integration within the ECOWAS framework. This document is the Executive Secretariat’s contribution to the study of the achievements and prospects of ECOWAS. 
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ECOWAS lauds EU, other partners for supporting regional integration and trade programmes

  Abuja, Nigeria 27 November 2014
  

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ERADICATION OF EBOLA REMAINS TOP ECOWAS PRIORITY - OUEDRAOGO

  Accra-Ghana 24 November 2014
  

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REGIONAL HEALTH WORKERS UNDERGO TRAINING FOR DEPLOYMENT IN EBOLA AFFECTED COUNTRIES

  Abuja-Nigeria 23 November 2014
  

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REGIONAL MINISTERS MEET IN ACCRA AHEAD OF CET LAUNCH IN JANUARY 2015

  Abuja, Nigeria 20 November 2014
  

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ECOWAS STRENGTHENS FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA

  Abuja-Nigeria 19 November 2014
  

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ECOWAS WELCOMES THE SOLEMN SIGNING OF THE CHARTER OF THE TRANSITION AND THE APPOINTMENT OF H.E MICHEL KAFANDO AS TRANSITIONAL PRESIDENT IN BURKINA FASO

  Accra, Ghana 17 November 2014
  

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NIGERIA’S RIVERS STATE SUPPORTS ECOWAS WITH EBOLA PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

  Port-Harcourt-Nigeria 16 November 2014
  

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EBOLA REGIONAL SOLIDARITY FUND BOOSTED BY ECOWAS MEMBER STATES’ CONTRIBUTIONS

  Accra, Ghana 7 November 2014
  

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