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Harriet Tubman

IMPORTANCE Harriet Tubman worked as a nurse in the Union Army, as a Girl Scout, and as a spy during the Civil War. In 1863, she became the first woman in U.S. history to plan and lead a military raid, freeing nearly 700 enslaved people in South Carolina. TURNING POINT  The fifth of nine children, …

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Nigerian Election

NIGERIAN ELECTION In just under two months, Africa’s most populous country will choose a new chairperson with the election. It is a crucial vote for Nigerians. The incumbent head of state, Muhammadu Buhari, is finishing his term but leaving behind a worrying economy and security. The next president will face challenges in the task ahead of …

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Education

Illiteracy

EDUCATION Illiteracy in africa continues to be one of the most significant and widespread problems in the continent. In fact, millions of people have no education, reading and writing skills   IMPORTANCE Being illiterate means not really being part of the community, not being able to know and defend one’s rights. Not being able to …

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Children and war

Children and war

INTRODUCTION A report entitled world’s children published by a British NGO is causing a stir not only for the title but for the weight of the evidence it collects and clearly shows that the drama that children face in situations of conflict has definitely worsened in recent years .   WHAT EMERGES The report shows …

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Kiriku

Kiriku Rapes in the world are a custom and global NGOs and institutions do not miss an opportunity to get together and talk or to raise awareness of forgiveness on the subject. Additionally, the media used for awareness campaigns is the creepy statistics on the web. Everyone agrees on one thing: rapes exist, and even …

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FAQs: Do I need visa to travel to Ghana?

Yes, You must have a travel Visa before entering Ghana on our programs, and it is valid for only 30 days, three months, six months, and even One year. You can get more details about this by visiting the Ghana website at  https://www.easytrackghana.com/travel-information-ghana_visas.php.  We strongly advise that applications and passports for processing at least two weeks to …

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Mental health

Mental Health Over the past 10 years, awareness of the importance of promoting mental well-being has progressively increased in South Africa. Most of the awareness campaigns focused on depression, suicidal thoughts and suicide, and alcohol abuse. Among the most important, but often underestimated disorders, there are those concerning the sphere of anxiety. The most recent …

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Ubuntu

UBUNTU   Ubuntu is an ethical principle, an existential value that drives interconnection, coexistence, and respect. It is a term of African origin, specifically in the Zulu and Xhosa languages. Among the natives of southern Africa, there is a beautiful famous saying that reads “umuntu, ngumuntu, ngabantu” which can be translated as “a person is …

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water

WATER

WATER We are used to thinking of Africa as a largely arid continent, or in general with very few safe sources  where we can drink. And seeing the images and news that reach us, one wonders: why is there no water in Africa? In reality, things are very different from what is believed. PROBLEM Guaranteeing …

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Childcare

Foster care ministry hope

Foster care ministry hope Foster Care Ministry is a non-government founded in 2017 to fight illiteracy and improve the well-being of children in Uganda. The idea for creating Foster Care Ministry as a community-based organization was started by several charitable volunteers with an ardent desire to help and support critically ill children, the elderly, single …

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