Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

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The highland struggle: the day to day endeavours of an East African coffee and tea farmer

While cocoa remains the most popular cash crop across Africa, coffee and tea are the more prevalent cash crops across East African countries. The crops are commonly grown in the highlands of Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda, DR Congo and Kenya. These crops have been a top foreign exchange earner prior to increase of personal remittances. At […]

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South Sudan conflict: A war cultured population

Reading the history of the great Sudan region you’ll discover a host of different and interesting factors about the zone. Sudan was endowed with some of the most artistic vestiges just like its neighbour Egypt. It was part of the great land of Kush whose greatness reached as far as India and Greece. Sudanese scholars […]

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Perception of mental health problems in Africa; critical challenge to address the problem in different countries

Mental health has historically been neglected on Africa’s health and development policy agenda. People living with mental illness (particularly severe mental illness) are frequently stigmatized, shunned, and excluded from mainstream society. This is as true in Africa as it is in societies around the world. Culturally speaking, Those with mental health problems are often cast aside […]

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Conservation of the Mau Forest eco-system a matter of urgency in Kenya

The pertinent challenge of collective responsibility in environmental preservation is persistent amongst many communities that are otherwise expected to proactively preserve the natural resources such as forests and rivers. In Kenya, East Africa, the communities residing in the near the Mau forest together with government agencies such as the Kenya forestry service and the Ministry […]

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Africa resource base; why Africa is the future

Africa is endowed with plenty of natural resources ranging from wildlife, vegetation and minerals. This makes Africa stand out, compared to other continents it is far ahead. However, these resources do not seem to benefit the people of Africa. Over the years, Africa especially countries dependent on natural resources have stagnated while other nations prosper […]


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Infatuation with English Soccer

The growing infatuation with English football in Africa; can the sport foster unity amongst the sports fans and citizenry at large? Since the inception of television in Sub Saharan Africa around the 1970s, the love for European sports like soccer, rugby and volleyball spread across the continent. Among those sports, soccer stands out with the […]


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