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Charity

Charity

CORPORATE CHARITY These days it is scarce that the corporate budget reserves considerable sums to invest in charity. Despite this sad premise, it is possible to plan several activities other than the core business and be dedicated to helping nature and others; small gestures make it possible to have exciting results even with small investments. […]

St. Patrick’s Day

St.Patrick's Day

ST PATRICK’S DAY. St Patrick’s Day, or the celebration of Ireland’s patron saint St. Patrick, is celebrated every year March 17, and is the most important holiday of the year in the Republic of Ireland. For this occasion, the whole island and the capital city turn green and come alive with festivities, concerts, parades, fireworks […]

Poor children

Feeding poor children in Kaliro,Uganda

POOR CHILDREN  The African continent is home to more than 400 million poor children, and the number continues to grow. Africa’s child population is expected to reach 1 billion by 2055. This makes it the most prominent child population on the entire continent. In some African countries, such as Uganda and Angola, half of the residents […]

Women

March 8th women's day

INTRODUCTION March 8 Women’s Day….or not. The Western view sees the African woman as a succubus, a housewife, uneducated, and chained. The reality, however, is quite different. Many charismatic women are standing up to this colonialist view. All this can be seen if we look at the origins. This anniversary derives from a large demonstration […]

Genital mutilation

Female Genital Mutilation

GENITAL MUTILATION Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a procedure that involves the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia for non-medical reasons. Each year more than 3 million African girls are forced to undergo one of several forms of genital mutilation, still practiced in more than 30 countries worldwide. The U.N. says about […]

Fables

Fables

AFRICAN FAIRY TALES AND FABLES Fairy tales mirror the world and life. In African fairy tales and fables, characters and traditions typical of joyful peoples but simultaneously in touch with harsh realities are highlighted. These are fairy tales about African men, animals of Africa, people and peoples, and joy and misfortune. In reading these African […]

Burkina Faso

  BURKINA FASO. The Burkinabé army announced Sunday the end of French saber force operations in Burkina Faso. The government denounced defense agreements between the two countries on January 18, giving the French task force one month to leave its territory amid rising tensions between Paris and Ouagadougou—end applause for fine French details in Burkina […]

Disability

DISABILITY Africans with disability face structural barriers in the environment, education, and employment. They face discrimination that limits their chances of achieving success equally with others. All indicators are unfavorable. Structural forces make it difficult for people with disabilities and their families to survive and thrive. One of the main problems is that people don’t […]

Parenting

What is Parenting?

QUOTATION “When God created the world, he saw that someone could not manage his work. And he created Adam. The Garden of Eden was not enough for Adam. He lacked someone like him. And God created Eve. God blessed them and said to them, “Grow and multiply and fill the earth!”(Cf. Gen 1-2) The value […]

Algeria

  INTRODUCTION It is a way to see how cities emerge by changing urban space. The direction of the highlands region is 170 km south of Algieri. There are works for the new town of boughezoul that plans to accommodate about 400,000 inhabitants. A futuristic urban skin project of 20000 hectares divided between housing, commercial activities, […]