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Offer: Call For Applications: 2012 Moremi Initiative for Women's Leadership in Africa Fellowship

Who is the most outstanding young African woman leader you know? Help us find her! … Read More»

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Offer: Commonwealth Commission/Chevening Scholarship: African Human Rights Advocates

The five scholarships provide fully funded opportunities for part-time postgraduate study in international human rights law at the University of Oxford, starting September 2012. … Read More»

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Offer: Leading African Media Organization Announces $1 Million Fund for News Innovation

The African Media Initiative (AMI), the continent's largest association of media owners and operators, has announced a $1 million fund to spur innovation in the news industry. … Read More»

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Offer: African Media Initiative Launches $1 Million News Innovation Competition

The African Media Initiative has announced a competition designed to promote digital experimentation and innovation that strengthens news organizations on the continent. … Read More»

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Offer: Call for Nominations: The King Baudouin African Development Prize

The King Baudouin African Development Prize for more info see http://www.kbprize.org/kbprize/candidacy.aspx?LangType=1033 … Read More»

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DISABILITY IS NOT INABILITY.

This is the Story of one woman who I admire and I feel the International community should be aware of. … Read More»

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Conference: Sexual Health And Culture In Africa (held in Cairo)

The purpose of the 5th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights is to catalyze dialogue on the interrelationship between, culture, sexuality and attainment of sexual health for all in Africa. … Read More»

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I am a dying African bestial porn actor stranded in Europe

Lolita is from Nigeria and at only 26 years of age her testimony seems almost unbelievable. Her story perfectly illustrates some of the hardships thousands of African women go through. … Read More»

Join World Pulse in Joyful Celebration of Wangari Maathai

On September 25th, 2011, the world lost a great leader. The emotional outpouring at the news of Wangari Maathai’s death highlighted the Kenyan activist’s global influence as a Nobel laureate, a politician, a scientist, a professor; as a pioneering environmentalist, a voice for her people, and as a women’s empowerment advocate. Above all, she will be remembered as the soul of an enduring movement.

World Pulse invites you to post your tribute to Wangari Maathai to your PulseWire journal. Read More »

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Offer: Princeton in Africa Fellowships

Who is eligible? Young alumni and graduating seniors from any non-profit college or university in the United States are eligible to apply. Prior experience in Africa is not a prerequisite. … Read More»

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