Missionary work in Cameroon’s Nchang, Mamfe

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Joseph Besong

We celebrate great men and women in the field of science but rarely do we attribute significance progress in the work of great men and women who sacrifice and continue to do so for the sake of their missionary work.

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The Tragic Conventions In African Plays

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Shola Balogun

The traditional Africa is undoubtedly communal. The passivity and conformity of the African under a compelling authority can be explained in accordance with his affirmation of self-will and perception of collective spirit. His penchant for honour is far more intricate and demonstrably cultural.

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Yoga Collective seeks to bring accessibility and empowerment to women and girls of all backgrounds

Bringing together yoga, empowerment and accessibility, SHAKTIBARRE is aiming to be the women’s collective NYC is missing. ‘Yoga Dork’ pal Jenn Pesce checked in with co-founder Corinne Wainer on the new initiative and the importance of accessible, affordable, and sustainable options for women and girls of all backgrounds.

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The Uganda Village Project

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Johnson Grace Maganja

The Uganda Village Project (UVP), a charitable organisation, has been working with the people of Iganga to promote public health and sustainable development in rural communities since 2003. Johnson Grace Maganja had an exclusive interview with UVP Executive Director Leslie Stroud-Romero.

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Mbabazi denies corruption allegations in Uganda

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Gloria Nakiyimba

Uganda’s independent Presidential candidate John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has denied responsibility for the loss of funds meant for the rehabilitation of northern Uganda.

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A Freed Juvenile Prisoner’s To-Do List

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James Ouma

A freed juvenile prisoner’s to-do list depends on the response and reaction he gets from those closest to him, such as his mother, father, siblings and the surrounding community.

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