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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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QUALITY EDUCATION

QUALITY EDUCATION 17 GOALS On January 2016, the United Nations unveiled its 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and introduced 17 Sustainable Development Goals. AIM These goals aim to create equitable, just, and sustainable societies by eradicating hunger and poverty, promoting education and good health, empowering women and girls, protecting the environment, and promoting the responsible …

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How to deal with loneliness and shyness among teens in Africa.

Humans are hardwired to interact with others. The positive effects on our happiness and health from having friends are undeniable, and research has shown that maintaining strong social ties is essential to our psychological well-being. Yet, many African teenagers suffer from social anxiety. They don’t know what to do or say around strangers and worry …

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Béhanzin

BÉHANZIN Béhanzin (c. 1845 – December 10, 1906) is considered the eleventh (if Adandozan is not counted) king of Dahomey, today’s Republic of Benin. After taking the throne, he changed his name from Kondo. He succeeded his father, Glele, and ruled from 1889 to 1894. Béhanzin was the last independent ruler of Dahomey, established through …

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Ghana

Ghana Ghana’s problems relating to health and health infrastructure, in general, are numerous and severe. UN Millennium Declaration of 2000 has made great strides to reach some of them. The most notable is probably the results obtained for the goals of facing both extreme poverty and fame, as well as education. However, Ghana fell on the …

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Chrissy foundation

Chrissy foundation Chrissy Foundation is committed to empowering Orphans and widows to ensure they receive some gifts with vocational skills every year. In supporting the Orphans, we strive to get a budget for the year’s event with the support of some individuals and organizations; we visit the home of the orphanages and organize an event …

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The right to health

The right to health and well being for children of all ages.

THE RIGHT TO HEALTH The right to health in Africa is still a privilege for a few. The supply of vaccines makes apparent disparities between the north and south of the world, between developed and poorer countries, and how this economic distance is reflected in the ability of states to provide for the health of …

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