Monthly Archives: April 2014


04 Apr 2014 A little while ago, we told you that 20 semifinalists had been selected in the Africa Connected competition which seeks to see how people can use the web to promote business and humanitarian ventures. Well, now we have our winners as announced by Google at an event in Nairobi! In no particular ... Read More

Providing the Care in Healthcare

After a busy day at the hospital, this nurse doesn’t rest. Brdget’s work continues in her neighbourhood. She is well known in her community and beyond for attending to anyone in need of medical care.  “Sometimes I receive a call in the middle of the night. I can’t turn anyone down because I might be ... Read More

Young Man Found in a Farm

I expected to see an old man, weathered by time and stress. I was surprised to meet a lively young man with a warm smile. Adeniyi Adenuga is not your typical farmer. “Before going for my national youth service, I did a three-month course in aquaculture. When I returned from service I started my first ... Read More

The Abuja Flasher

The volume of the music intensifies. I can see he is eager to start. “I run a dance school for teenagers and young adults. I also help organize flash mobs to generate publicity for companies and NGOs.” Why dance? “Dance is a natural way to express yourself. Young people have a lot of energy that ... Read More