Author: BHFN

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Trade between African countries has the greatest potential for building sustainable economic development and integration, says African Economic Outlook 2017, a flagship report of the African Development Bank released in Ahmedabad on Day 1 of its 52ndAnnual meetings in India. Citing data produced by its economists and peer institutions, the report said trade among African […]

Mount Kilimanjaro is located in northern Tanzania in East Africa, not far from the boarder to Kenya. With a height of 5898 meters (19340ft) Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world (i.e it’s there all by itself in a plain, it’s not one peak of […]

The arable and semi arable lands of central and eastern Kenya have been under exploited economically for agricultural production. Unpredictable weather patterns have been a key factor limiting the productivity from limitations in planning for production. In a bit to curb the fluctuations in humidity and other key variables, there has been a gradually adoption […]

Libya is one Africa wealthiest nation. The sovereign state was previously the largest contributor to the African union with great determination for the progress and development of the entire continent. This was all made possible by an ambitious leader, revolutionary and political theorist, Muammar Al-Gadhafi. Some loved him while others revered him. Gadhafi was generous […]

Alarm rings for Africa the sleeping giant; the experiences learnt and parallels with the outer world. Africa has come a long way from political upheavals in the various nations that have tore the social fabric which is the core of social economic development in any society. It’s worth noting similar challenges have been experienced elsewhere, […]

Best thing about music is that, when it hits you, you feel no pain. The best kind that has hit most African cities and especially the streets of Nairobi is hip-hop music. Since the mid 2000’s the growing prominence of hip-hop around the world was greatly reflected through art in form of graffiti even in […]

Unemployment is a key challenge not only in Africa but also in other nations in Europe ,Middle East and globally. The economic and political situation being the largest contributing factor to this, governments have often failed to guarantee sustainable solutions and thereby necessitating that the private sector steps up effort to reduce the high unemployment […]


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