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Living & Learning My Africa Journey to End Hunger

Hello again... I thougth I would start to share more of my Africa story. I first arrived in Kenya in 2007 while in transit to Southern Sudan. … Read More»

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Dear President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - You Can Change the Path for Girls Suffering FGM

Dear President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - This situation is ongoing and calls for your immediate attention. … Read More»

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Need: Empowerment Project for Persons with Disabilities in Nigeria

PROBLEM ANALYSIS / BACKGROUND INFORMATION: … Read More»

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An inheritance from above taken for granted…CHILDREN

Children are one third of our population and all of our future. ~Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981 … Read More»

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Offer: Call for Submissions: International Conference on African Same-Sex Sexualities and Gender Diversity

The mission of the conference is to identify and celebrate indigenous and evolving male, female and/or gender variant same-sex sexual practices, identities and communities in Sub-Saharan Afric … Read More»

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Offer: Calling Young African Journalists

If you are an African journalist or aspirant journalist under 30 and would relish the chance to study on the continent’s premier Journalism Programme and then join the Reuters news team for 6 months w … Read More»

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I can change my sphere

My heart cries out for my nation Zimbabwe. I have watch the nation deteriorate over the last wo decades. A shona proverb says, 'Rivers are now streams'. … Read More»

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A Powerful Way To Help

I recently read an AMAZING book called "A Thousand Sisters" by Lisa Shannon, an American woman from Oregon. … Read More»

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Listen. Be Heard. Amplify. Connect. ACT.

On the damp floor of a mud hut in rural West Africa, 40 km on a dirt road from the nearest phone, computer or radio tower, an 18 year old illiterate girl named Fatim is giving birth to her fifth child … Read More»

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Offer: The African Humanities Program (AHP)

Repassing information! Fellowship Details … Read More»

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