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ending violence against women

“Ending violence against women” the theme for the international women’s day By Sarjo Camara Singateh … Read More»

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'Reclaiming Spaces'

In Africa, a woman’s worth is determined by the amount of maize she fills in the granary, the quantity of yams she can pound, the number of children she can give birth to, the amount of hours she can … Read More»

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Agriculture and ICT in Africa - the way forward

Agriculture is an important economic sector, since it provides income and food for a large segment of the population in developing countries. … Read More»

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Job advert with a tag line *WOMEN NEED NOT APPLY*

Girls are sent to school when at the primary level, however, only 10% of that number continues to secondary school and graduate. … Read More»

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!!Of Recent Concern!!

Hey all you lovely ladies! … Read More»

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THERE IS MORE TO YOU

It is fast becoming a norm A matter of fact And everyone thinks its okay And everyone is cool. A n advance party sent ahead of government officials … Read More»

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Born to fail? Selling education to the chronically poor

By the time she turned fifteen, Shameka had had five lovers. Her latest suitor, Gregory, is 62, wealthy, married, and deeply connected in the local political landscape. … Read More»

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Equalizing Education, Balancing the Status: Transnational Girls' Access to Education.

“Globalization's narrative for migrants is simply a permanent state of impermanence, through the policy of circular migration.”—Ninotchka Rosca, from Change the Narrative: Transnational as a Noun … Read More»

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