Cities account for between 60 and 80 per cent of global energy consumption, generating some 70 per cent of all human induced greenhouse gas emissions = a huge portion of these emissions are caused
Four years ago, the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution published its first Africa Learning Barometer – a baseline assessment of education in Africa.
The figures are certainly impressive.
After an incredible couple of weeks in Sicily with my family, watching them complete the Virgin Strive Challenge across Italy, I found myself flying into Marrakech with Richard late on Friday 30th
On November 15th a group of international swimmers, coming from the region and even as far away as South Africa and New Zealand, will attempt something that has never been done before: swim ac
When Hurricane Katrina battered America’s Gulf Coast in September 2005, the then Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said the US government had failed to predict that such a disaster could
Today is World Sight Day and like most ‘International’ or ‘World’ days, it provides a much needed opportunity to bring attention to a marginalised issue - in this case, the global scale of avoidabl
With climate change and pressing social issues knocking on the door of an increasingly interconnected planet, the world needs social entrepreneurs more than ever.
Growing up in rural south-east Nigeria, as the first born child in my family, I assisted my mum in her small business as she struggled to make a living.
Mukhobeh Moses Khaukha is the Executive Director of Hands of Action Uganda, a not-for-profit organisation working to improve the lives of people living in Bududa district in Eastern Uganda.
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