Tackling Hunger in Africa

With long-term development programs in place, hunger crises can often be avoided and families can maintain independence. By Constance Ndeleko Hunger is increasing at an alarming rate in Africa. The COVID-19 pandemic, conflict, drought, economic woes, and extreme weather are reversing years of progress. As of 2019, 234 million sub-Saharan Africans were chronically undernourished, more …

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Be A Friend.

By Ivy Maloy There is no doubt about it, everyone needs friends. So many of us now live miles from our families, some in different countries, and the friends we make help us not feel lonely or homesick. Friendships can help us find purpose and meaning, stay healthy, and live longer. The intimacy, the support, …

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Break the Silence on GBV

We recognize that the issue of GBV is complex, affects families and GOVERNMENT CAN NOT WIN THE FIGHT SINGLE HANDEDLY By Constance Ndeleko According to a press statement released on the 22nd of April 2021 cabinet secretary, Prof. Margaret Kobia stated, “I capture deep concerns Kenyans have regarding increased cases of Gender Based Violence (GBV) and …

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