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Green White Green Nigeria, home of peace and abundance

Dear All, This is my assignment, kindly send in your comments, suggestions and criticism, I welcome all. Thanks so much for your love and time devoted to reading the piece. … Read More»

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Sexual Rights for Sexual Minorities

It is one of his most crude and infamous trademarks, but it is a statement that has dealt a body blow to Zimbabwe’s attempts at achieving Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. … Read More»

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Foundlings in Sudan…Sad Realities and Uncertain Future!

A grim future awaits foundlings, or abandoned children, in northern Sudan. Left by unknown parents they have no family name, no right to adoption, no papers, and no future. … Read More»

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Women In Their Appropriate Place: The Only Road

Will African countries ever develop? Will the continent ever experience the kind of developments attained in the Western world? … Read More»

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More to HIV than partial prevention

There is a saying among Zambian women that AIDS can kill me in months or years but hunger can kill me tomorrow. … Read More»

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Domestic Violence: A Conspiracy for Silence

I can tell when a woman is suffering. I can see it in her face. She is distant or is slowly detaching from friends and family. She is scared of telling, because she knows she will crawl back. … Read More»

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Out of Land but Full of Production Power

This article is part of a writing assignment for Voices of Our Future, which is providing rigorous web 2.0 a … Read More»

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THE GIRL CANNOT WAIT

The situation of many girls today coupled with current diverse global challenges call for an urgent RESPONDSE to collectively invest in the girl child NOW. … Read More»

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Life on a Waiting List

Life on a waiting list… We are just keeping ourselves busy, and wasting time. … Read More»

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