Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

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Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

Mont-Saint-Guibert (Belgium), March 29, 2024, 9:30 pm CET / 4:30 pm ET – In accordance with article  15 of the Law of 2 May 2007 on the disclosure of large shareholdings, Nyxoah SA (Euronext Brussels and Nasdaq: NYXH) publishes the below information following the issue of new shares.

  • Share capital: EUR 4,927,355.12
  • Total number of securities carrying voting rights: 28,682,635 (all ordinary shares)
  • Total number of voting rights (= denominator): 28,682,635 (all relating to ordinary shares)
  • Number of rights to subscribe to securities carrying voting rights not yet issued:
  • 100 “2018 ESOP Warrants” issued on December 12, 2018, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 50,000 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
  • 400,500 “2020 ESOP Warrants” issued on February 21, 2020, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 400,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares); and
  • 1,085,500 “2021 ESOP Warrants” issued on September 8, 2021, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 1,085,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares); and
  • 700,000 “2022 ESOP Warrants” issued on December 28, 2022, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 700,000 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares).

Contacts:
Nyxoah
David DeMartino, Chief Strategy Officer
david.demartino@nyxoah.com
+1 310 310 1313

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UAE and World Central Kitchen announce departure of second maritime aid shipment for Gaza

ABU DHABI: Three ships and a barge finally set sail from Cyprus today following better weather conditions, carrying hundreds of tonnes of food destined for northern Gaza.

This second shipment, which carries hundreds of tonnes, has enough food to prepare more than one million meals, and includes self stable and ready-to-eat items such as rice, pasta, flour, legumes, canned vegetables, and proteins.

The historic opening of the maritime route to Gaza by sea is conducted by World Central Kitchen and Open Arms, in close partnership with the United Arab Emirates, and the support of Cyprus.

By opening this maritime aid corridor with Open Arms and Cyprus, the UAE and World Central Kitchen are able to scale humanitarian efforts in Gaza.

To date, World Central Kitchen has provided more than 43 million meals by land, air, and sea to Palestinians facing starvation.

The UAE has delivered 26,000 tonnes of urgent supplies, including food, water, and medical items, dispatched through 229 flights, 19 airdrops, 1,035 truc
ks, and three ships.

While this initiative is getting desperately needed food to the Palestinians, the opening of land crossings remains paramount to avert famine.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Gaza death toll rises to 32,705, injured to 75,190

Gaza: The death toll from the ongoing Israeli war on the Gaza Strip Saturday rose to 32,705, and the injured to 75,190, the Gaza Ministry of Health said.

It said Israeli occupation forces carried out eight massacres in the last 24 hours, in which 82 people were killed and 98 wounded.

Source: Jordan News Agency

ADAFSA: Tireless efforts to reduce food loss and waste

ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) has affirmed its commitment to reducing food loss and waste (FLW) across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. This is part of the Food Loss and Waste Reduction Strategy launched last year, along with the accompanying awareness campaign “Together Blessings Last”. The strategy aims to encourage positive behaviour among all segments of society to reduce FLW.

This FLW strategy is part of efforts to achieve the objectives of the UAE National Food Security Strategy, which aims to reduce FLW by 50 percent by 2030, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal on responsible production and consumption.

The strategy includes many initiatives and programmes, foremost of which is the awareness campaign under the theme “Together Blessings Last” aimed at changing behaviour regarding food production and consumption from farm to table, and implementing training programmes for workers in food agricultural establishments. Additionally, it includes awareness cam
paigns targeting various segments of society, urging them to rationalise consumption and reduce waste to ensure food security sustainability, as good practices in handling food help to reduce food spoilage, which is one of the most important causes of FLW throughout the food chain.

Additionally, ADAFSA has launched several initiatives, programmes and awareness campaigns to reduce FLW, starting with food production and consumption from farm to fork. In the area of animal wealth, ADAFSA launched the Fodder Market Programme, which is linked to production based on livestock ownership indicators. This programme has resulted in a significant reduction in food waste and optimal use of production inputs. The programme also introduced a new feed composition for ruminants of 50 percent concentrates and 50 percent forage. This reduces the FLW of feed and provides a good economic and production return for farmers.

ADAFSA has also launched the Innovative Solution for Broiler Feeding initiative, which aims to reduce feed
costs and manage feed programmes to achieve food sustainability and food security. Animal feed is the biggest constraint to livestock development and high production and import costs.

In addition, ADAFSA works with strategic partners such as the Department of Municipalities and Transport and charitable organisations such as the Red Crescent and the Bin Ham Foundation to ensure the safe and healthy disposal of brucellosis-infected animals. This is done by slaughtering them in approved slaughterhouses, following heat treatment procedures and using their meat. This has helped to strengthen biosecurity in the emirate, ensure human and animal safety, and benefit charitable organisations by using the meat from the slaughtered animals.

In the agricultural sector, ADAFSA has issued 36 guidelines for maintaining fruit quality after harvest, covering 41 crops. It has also conducted numerous awareness workshops for farmers on the importance of following proper post-harvest practices. In addition, more than 1,500 farms
have obtained the Abu Dhabi Good Agricultural Practices (AD GAP) certificate, which is the local version of the Global Good Agricultural Practices programme. This programme is based on global best practices that ensure product quality and safety, improve the efficiency of fertiliser, pesticide and water use, and provide a good opportunity to market local produce that meets the best international food safety standards. ADAFSA also educates farmers on proper practices to reduce production losses through field visits and training in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Additionally, the Authority is keen to adopt and enable modern technologies and practices in crop production. Key initiatives include the transition to climate-smart practices, the Advanced Agriculture 4.0 programme, and post-harvest procedures and techniques.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Jerash Celebrates Ramadan with Cultural Festivities at Municipal Hall

Jerash: Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, the Greater Jerash Municipal Hall has been a hub of cultural and community engagement, offering a diverse array of activities and events to enrich the Ramadan experience.

Among the ongoing activities, a book fair organized by the Ministry of Culture has been a prominent feature, providing visitors access to a wide selection of literary works.

Additionally, tailored sports activities for children and youth have been conducted, fostering physical well-being and camaraderie among participants.

The cultural aspect of the evenings has been elevated with the presentation of the theatrical production “Shamosa,” directed by Omran Enouz. Attendees have also been captivated by performances from a religious troupe and engaging storytelling sessions by Ruba Omar.

Furthermore, the event has provided a platform for cultural exchange through various competitions, award ceremonies, and an exhibition showcasing the creative endeavors of the governorate’s cultural entities.

S
ource: Jordan News Agency

UAE Pavilion at Expo 2023 Doha scoops gold for ‘Best Self-built Pavilion’

ABU DHABI: The UAE Pavilion at Expo 2023 Doha won gold for the ‘Best Self-Built Pavilion’, culminating its participation in the six-month Expo 2023 Doha programme.

The UAE Pavilion’s win came in recognition of its alignment with Expo 2023 Doha’s themes, innovative landscape design, thoughtful plant species selection, use of sustainable materials, and engaging environmental and cultural programming. Additionally, the UAE Pavilion was recognised for its guest experience, which reflected the UAE’s culture and sustainable journey.

Spanning 2,290 sqm and designed by the Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG), the Pavilion’s design was inspired by the resilient Ghaf tree, the national tree of the UAE, embodying its entirety from its complex root structure to its branches and leaves, and featured rammed earth walls built from locally sourced materials and a roof made with palm leaves. The UAE Pavilion also included thorough landscaping, with a garden full of native and adaptive plants found in the UAE, with groupings of edible
plants, fruit trees, medicinal plants, flowers, spices, shrubs, grasses, industrial plants, and perennials.

Commenting on the win, Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of State, said, ‘Receiving the Golden award for the Best Self-Built Pavilion, underscores the strategic foresight of our leadership, and their unwavering support that propel the nation’s distinguished presence in regional and international forums. We are committed to always participating as a country and pavilion in exceptional ways, showcasing our achievements across different sectors.’

She added, ‘We are honoured to be receiving this prestigious award which reflects the dedicated and relentless efforts of diverse teams within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation, and the National Projects Office, under the guidance of H.H. Sheikha Mariam bint Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Chairperson of the Presidential Court for National Projects. Over the past six months, the UAE Pavilion showcased the UAE’s
rich agricultural heritage through its unique and innovative design, while fostering connections with Qatar and the global community.’

‘We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Qatar for such an impressive global gathering, and I also extend our gratitude to the organisers, the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) and the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) for convening a successful horticultural expo that gathers great minds and ideas as we come together to create a more sustainable future,” Al Kaabi concluded.

The UAE Pavilion guest experience comprised six multi-sensory interventions designed by Stuttgart-based Atelier Brckner (ATB), an experience design firm whose other notable work includes contributing to the Museum of the Future. Themed ‘Nurturing Legacy’, the pavilion presented a deep understanding of the UAE’s agricultural legacy and the nation’s dreamers and pioneers, who are contributing to a more sustainable and resilient future for all.

On this occa
sion, Ibrahim Salem Humaid Alalawi, Commissioner-General of the UAE Pavilion at Expo 2023 Doha, said, ‘We are thrilled to celebrate this award with the entire UAE Pavilion team and our guests, who made our experience in Doha truly special and unforgettable over the past six months. The UAE Pavilion has showcased our nation’s sustainability journey and its story with the world in Qatar, showing how our innovators and researchers look to our natural environment for inspiration to co-create solutions for a more sustainable and resilient future for all. More than 20 diverse programmes were also curated to engage innovators, researchers, and guests, with a particular focus on empowering the next generation.’

The UAE Pavilion’s programming included panel discussions by featured dreamers and experts on agricultural innovations and food security; educational workshops for children to spark curiosity about the UAE’s natural environment and sustainability; creative sessions that encouraged environmental mindfulness; a
nd live cooking demonstrations featuring salt-tolerant plants that thrive in the UAE’s desert environment. The sessions were organised in collaboration with various UAE-based entities, including the International Centre for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), Halophyte Kitchen, Lest We Forget, SWALIF Collective, and Early Starters.

‘Nurturing Legacy’ was the UAE’s third presentation at an International Horticultural Exposition, and was overseen by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs in partnership with the Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation and the National Projects Office. The UAE first participated in this kind of Horticulture Expo in Beijing 2019, then with ‘Salt Water Cities: Where Land Meets Sea’ at the Floriade Expo 2022 in Almere, The Netherlands.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Jordan partakes in tripartite Cairo meeting on Gaza

Cairo: Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi Saturday joins his Egyptian and French counterparts at a meeting in Cairo to discuss developments in the Gaza Strip.

Safadi, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri and French minister Stephane Sejourne will tackle the situation in war-ravaged Gaza, efforts to stop the war, the protection of civilians and the delivery of humanitarian aid.

They will also talk about developments related to the Palestinian issue.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Shamsheer Vayalil contributes AED1 million to Mothers’ Endowment campaign

DUBAI: Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil, Founder and Chairman of Burjeel Holdings, announced his contribution of AED1 million to the Mothers’ Endowment campaign, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to honour mothers by establishing a AED 1 billion endowment fund that supports the education of millions around the world.

The Mothers’ Endowment campaign allows contributors to make donations in honour of their mothers. It also aims to support underprivileged individuals through education, and promote the values of honouring parents, kindness, compassion and solidarity, while highlighting the UAE’s leading humanitarian role.

Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil said, ‘The Mothers’ Endowment campaign, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, extends the UAE’s message of benevolence and generosity, which has impacted countries around the world by alleviating suffering and preserving human dignity.’

‘Our contribution to the campaign is a r
eflection of commitment to social responsibility and to supporting projects by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, as well as the UAE’s efforts of helping those in need,’ he added.

The Mothers’ Endowment campaign is launched under the umbrella of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI), the largest regional foundation for humanitarian and developmental initiatives on a global scale. The campaign builds upon the achievements of humanitarian campaigns launched in previous years under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, which attracted wide support and exceeded their targets.

The Mothers’ Endowment campaign continues to welcome donations and contributions to the endowment fund from institutions and individuals across six main channels including the campaign’s website (Mothersfund.ae), as well as a dedicated call centre via the toll-free number (800 9999). Donations are also possible via bank transfers in the UAE dirham to the campaign bank
account number with Emirates Islamic Bank (AE790340003708472909201).

Donations via SMS are possible by sending the word ‘Mother’ to the following numbers (1034, 1035, 1036, 1038) for Etisalat by e and users. Other possible platforms for donating to the campaign are the DubaiNow app by clicking the ‘Donations’ tab, and Dubai’s community contributions platform Jood (Jood.ae).

Source: Emirates News Agency

Ministry Floats Tender for Barley Procurement

Amman: The Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Supply has issued a tender for the procurement of 100,000-120,000 tons of barley.

Prospective bidders are instructed to procure the tender documentation from the Tenders Department, contingent upon remittance of a non-refundable fee of JD650.

The deadline for submission of proposals is stipulated for two o’clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, 4/3/2024.

To participate in the bidding process, interested entities must furnish a valid professional license, a certified copy of the commercial registry, dated no more than 30 days prior to the bid opening, and proof of registration with the Chamber of Commerce.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Landmark Group contributes AED5 million to Mothers’ Endowment campaign

DUBAI: Landmark Group announced its contribution of AED 5 million to the Mothers’ Endowment campaign, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to honour mothers by establishing an AED 1 billion endowment fund that will support the education of millions around the world.

The campaign, organised under the MBRGI umbrella and coinciding with the holy month of Ramadan, highlights the UAE’s leading humanitarian role and supports global efforts to improve the quality of life.

Renuka Jagtiani, Chairwoman of Landmark Group, said, ‘The Mothers’ Endowment campaign is a new benevolent initiative by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, aiming to honour mothers as well as help underprivileged communities. At Landmark Group, we are proud to align ourselves with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s vision, contributing to a future where sustainable change is not just a possibility but a reality.’

‘As we celebrate 50 ye
ars of Landmark in the region, we are grateful for the invaluable support we have received from the leaders, the government, our partners, and the people of the UAE. Our contribution to the campaign is about honouring all mothers and investing in education to lay the groundwork for a more equitable and empowered society,’ she added.

The Mothers’ Endowment campaign allows contributors to honour their mothers by making donations in their name to help support underprivileged communities sustainably through education. The campaign reflects the visions of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum for sustainable good and charity.

The Mothers’ Endowment campaign continues to welcome donations and contributions to the endowment fund from institutions and individuals across six main channels including the campaign’s website (Mothersfund.ae), as well as a dedicated call centre via the toll-free number (800 9999). Donations are also possible via bank transfers in the UAE dirham to the campaign bank account n
umber with Emirates Islamic Bank (AE790340003708472909201). Donations via SMS are possible by sending the word ‘Mother’ to the following numbers (1034, 1035, 1036, 1038) for Etisalat by e and users. Other possible platforms for donating to the campaign are the DubaiNow app by clicking the ‘Donations’ tab, and Dubai’s community contributions platform Jood (Jood.ae).

Source: Emirates News Agency

Jordan-Iraq Electrical Interconnection Line Goes Operational

Amman : The Jordanian-Iraqi electrical interconnection line has commenced operations, announced Amjad Rawashdeh, Director General of the National Electricity Company.

The interconnection, shared between Jordan’s Al-Risha electrical station and Iraq’s Al-Rutba station, operates at a voltage of 132 kilovolts. It is primarily aimed at supplying power to the Al-Rutba area near the Jordan-Iraq border.

The initiative, culminating in today’s inauguration, follows the signing of an agreement between the two nations on February 11, 2024, outlining the supply of electrical energy to the Iraqi side, starting with a capacity of 40 megawatts in its initial phase.

This collaboration signifies a major stride towards enhancing regional energy cooperation, with both parties viewing the agreement as a crucial component of broader plans for an integrated Arab energy market in the future.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation marks 18 years of humanitarian impact

ABU DHABI: Under the directives and support of President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the direct supervision of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the Presidential Court, and Chairman of the Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation, the foundation continues its humanitarian and developmental efforts for the eighteenth consecutive year.

It has achieved a qualitative leap in its humanitarian and developmental work through health and education initiatives at both local and international levels, which represent a fundamental axis in the foundation’s overall strategy, positioning it prominently on the global humanitarian map.

Health

In line with the vision of the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation to support scientific research and development, and to build cooperation and partnerships with leading scientific institutions in research fields, the foundation has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mayo Clinic.
This memorandum facilitates the dispatch of Emirati doctors to pursue further study and specialisation in medicine in the United States.

Consequently, training will be provided to 20 Emirati medical personnel, including students from medical colleges, in leadership and medical care over various years for a period of two weeks at a total cost of AED2.6 million.

Uzbekistan

The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation has constructed the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Hospital in Nukus, with a capacity of 80 beds, expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2025. The hospital specialises in obstetrics and gynaecology, and includes an emergency department, and 12 outpatient clinics, with a total cost of AED99 million.

Vocational education

The foundation has focused on vocational education initiatives, considering it a fundamental strategy in its humanitarian education initiatives to address unemployment issues. It has adopted innovative vocational educational curricula to equip students with the requi
red skills and abilities in scientific and practical fields.

In this regard, the foundation has implemented the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Vocational Education and Training Centre project in Mbour, Senegal, expected to be completed in the second quarter of the current year 2024. It will serve 1000 students in various majors such as mechanics, automotive electrical systems, accounting, air conditioning and refrigeration, at a cost of AED13 million.

Additionally, in India, the foundation has undertaken the maintenance and modernisation project of vocational education centres in the “Tirur” and “Edavanna” areas, along with the construction of a building for internal classrooms in the “Kasaragod” District. It has also established a computer lab in the vocational education centre in the “Thrissur” and “Kaprassery” regions.

The aforementioned educational centres annually attract thousands of students in various engineering disciplines, including civil, mechanical, electrical, electronic, automotive, and
computer engineering, with a study duration ranging from one to three years.

The project cost in India amounts to AED 12,671,000.

Additionally, projects of the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation in vocational education include the operation and construction of additional classrooms at the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Technical School in Mombasa, Kenya.

The foundation established the school in 1982 and oversees its management and monitoring of its needs, as part of its commitment to strengthening the relationship between the two countries and supporting Islamic communities in the African continent in general.

The school comprises an administrative building, teachers’ offices, a computer lab equipped with computers and other necessary equipment, and a mosque accommodating male and female worshippers with a capacity of about a thousand worshippers.

Additionally, it includes a dormitory for 200 female students and a dormitory for 280 male students, a public meeting hall accommodating about two thou
sand people, and a large library with separate sections for boys and girls, equipped with books and references for students and teachers.

Furthermore, the school includes physics and chemistry laboratories, four workshops for the technical department, a kitchen, and two dining halls, one for male students and the other for female students in the boarding section.

Sheikh Khalifa Secondary School has been classified among the private schools in Kenya that follow the Kenyan curriculum as the best school in the Coastal Province and one of the top 10 schools in Kenya. Since its establishment, thousands of male and female students have graduated, equipped with essential life skills for the job market. The school has enabled them to practice professions in various fields, including accounting, banking, industry, medicine, aviation, technology, and commercial sectors. Many graduates work in local government agencies, while others are employed in diplomatic missions abroad.

Arabic Language

The foundation provides
14 teachers to Malaysian government schools to teach Arabic language and Islamic education in several schools in the state of Pahang, as well as in Kenya.

Source: Emirates News Agency