Ebola Update: Food Insecurity Sweeps affected areas
Although the death toll numbers have slightly subsided in different areas across West Africa, food insecurity is rapidly plaguing areas in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Kenya, you are 51 today…
You have crossed over half a century and your taking baby steps to your the next milestone, independence of 100 years.
Burundi under UN Examination
Next week Monday, human rights expert Pablo de Greiff will visit Burundi to measure traditional justice efforts taken from Burundi’s stakeholders so far.
United Nations shuts down rumors on making South Sudan a UN Protectorate.
South Sudan, the youngest country to gain independence in the world still deals with issues pre-independence, such as child soldiers, war and rebels.
How TAWLA levels the gender equality tug of war
The African Women Leaders Academy (TAWLA) is a Botswana based organisation that focuses leadership and self-esteem training to young women. During this years 16 days of activism, TAWLA hosted a dialogue conference that focuses on the cores of gender based violence (GBV) and how we as a society can address it.
Celebrate Cultural Diversity Botswana! – notes from UN special reporter
Upon the end of the UN expert’s cultural visit, special…
How Ducere foundation silently eliminates illiteracy in Botswana
Botswana, a country known for its peace and stability in…
EBOLA UPDATE: subtle undertones of stabilization?
With 15 319 confirmed Ebola cases in West Africa and…
Uganda rapidly controls Marburg virus disease, a relative to Ebola – before it went viral
Three days ago, the Ugandan government declared that the country…
UN Human rights council picks Botswana’s cultural brain
United Nations Human rights council’s special Rapporteur Farida Shaheed is…