The president will hold bilateral meetings with other world leaders and heads of international development organisations.
UNICEF says the world faces an education crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has left nearly 77 million children shut out of the classroom for the past 18 months.
On Thursday, Deborah Lyons, head of the UN mission in Afghanistan met Sirajuddin Haqqani to fashion ways for the country to head off soaring humanitarian crisis.
Olivier Veran, France’s health minister, has announced the suspension of about 3000 health workers who have not received the COVID-19 vaccines.
The displaced families, mostly women and children, have no access to health facilities and schooling.
The UK government says it has awarded scholarships to 50 Nigerians to study in London through its Chevening Scholarship Programme.
Accidents involving light aircraft in Papau are common.
The central bank issued a circular to local banks last week asking them to freeze the accounts of politically exposed individuals linked to the previous government.
Beijing has striven to push back the blame for the spread of the global pandemic which broke out in Wuhan in December 2019.
“But worse, we are being compelled to make disproportionately huge sacrifices as the wealthier countries continue full speed on defunding gas projects.”