• Widowhood, a prison for African women

    Widowhood, a prison for African women0

    In my area, our neighbour’s husband died. African traditions require that one should assist one’s neighbour in times of happiness, as well as in times of misfortune, so I went to express my sympathy and say “Yako”.[1] The atmosphere was heavy in Madame Kouassi’s courtyard. Turning forty, this poor lady had just lost her husband.

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  • How will Kenyans remember Bob Collymore?

    How will Kenyans remember Bob Collymore?0

    The CEO of Kenya’s most profitable company Bob Collymore is no more. A statement from Safaricom, Kenya’s leading telecommunications services provider, said that Collymore died in the morning of July 1st at his Nairobi home. He had been battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia, and in late  2017, had taken  time off from the company to seek

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  • How One Doctor is Addressing Health Care Gaps in Uganda

    How One Doctor is Addressing Health Care Gaps in Uganda0

    During this year’s World Health Day, the World Health Organization made a call for universal health coverage. Unfortunately, Uganda is far from achieving universal health care. While the conversation generally focuses on the link between money and access, even those who have money sometimes cannot access doctors or medicines. For those who have neither money or

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