I recently followed a conversation amongst some of my friends in a group chat. A guy made this comment: “As a lady if you are not married at 30, you need prayers”. The girls in the group had this back and forth, on how marriage is not an issue of age and that it should … Continue reading “Are you 30 and not married? Me too!”
Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. – Eleanor Roosevelt. Building on the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, Hope was again instilled in children this summer during the first LitCamp in Cameroon that held for three days in July. Alongside World … Continue reading USING HOPE TO INFLUENCE CHILDREN’S LIFE.
Often times when it comes to taking decisions about development and investments, decision makers are often motivated or driven by economic benefits with little consideration given to the environmental impacts. People are often faced with the challenges of living with the environmental consequences of these decisions which could take the form of; pollution, prolonged droughts, … Continue reading The Urgencies of Dealing with Climate Change in the Changing Global Political Context.
Globally, about half a billion women can’t read or write, girls account for about 74% of all new HIV infections among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa, and lots of countries still have laws that differentiate between men and women.. In some countries, women still require their husband’s consent to work and in other, women are not … Continue reading HER SPACE AT THE DINNER PARTY