- ZimbabweThe author writes from first hand experience and with deep passion for her country where she has lived and worked nearly all her life. Her analysis and insights, historical and current, reveal an understanding of how people survive creatively, and hope that their lives may return to some form of normalcy - hopes that their nation may get the leadership it needs to give priority to the people and their personal, social, national, and international needs. One photo accompanies the articelon the site; others will appear later in our photo gallery. Jim Kirkwood8 October 2007 - Clement Njoroge
- Thursday 6 November 2014The main sites of Ebola transmission are funerals, health facilities that aren’t prepared and the homes of people who are sick and symptomatic.
- Wednesday 24 September 2014“I am now a respected instructor and earn a salary monthly. I am now a role model to even those who knew me as a street boy and I am contributing to the development of the country,” Habiyaremye says, adding that he is no longer a threat to society. But the job is only a side income, as he has his own welding workshop.
- Friday 22 August 2014Instead of aiming to improve billions of people’s circumstances slightly at high cost with the same promises that have been made since 1950, the international community should aim first to transform the lives of the 60 million children still out of school in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Thursday 14 August 2014Using health workers and campaigns to cover political meddling undermines the trust that is essential in an emergency.
- Thursday 14 August 2014Women work two thirds of the world's working hours, yet receive only 10% of the world's income and own only 1% of the world's property as it reflects in Uganda, where women are the largest employees in the agricultural sector, yet they have the smallest fraction of land registered under in their names.
- Wednesday 13 August 2014Ugandan population is mainly comprised of youth with about 78% of the population below the age of 30 years. An uncomfortably big majority of these youth find themselves entrenched in unemployment.
- Friday 1 August 2014Zambian entrepreneurs will flourish only if they are given access to credit appropriately taxed and consulted by the government:
- Tuesday 22 July 2014According to the U.N., 40% of Kenya’s 43 million people are living in urban areas with more than 70% of Nairobi’s 3.1 million people living in 200 informal settlements, ghettos or slums.
- Tuesday 8 July 2014Beryl is just but one child amongst the many children who struggle to get general basic needs in the crowded slums that dot major cities across the African continent, but has left nothing to chance for a better life, through skipping the rope.
- Tuesday 3 May 2014During the last decade, the centres have made an enormous contribution to enabling African governments, businesses, NGOs and ordinary citizens both to seize the new opportunities available to them and to respond effectively to numerous crises.
- Wednesday 28 May 2014The Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo was the guest of honour at the Global Education for All Meeting organised by UNESCO
- Thursday 13 December 2012
- Saturday 27 October 2012
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