By Elizabeth Williams At the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994, the governments’ present made commitments to promote the Sexual and Reproductive Health...
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In the 20th century, a great educator, Paulo Freire, made a profound statement, one that points to the source of most human inequalities and injustice. He said “the greatest problem of humanity is dehumanisation.” No matter how we have defined this, denying other humans of their basic rights to education, empowerment, healthcare, shelter and a life lived to the fullest is man’s greatest limitation on humanity.
It’s been three weeks of a great learning adventure at the great Wagner College, New York. And here is one of thoughts I have had to reflect on: 'young Africans have to be more assertive about the African story that we share'. When we share our stories, it has the power to do either of two things. One is to make Africa vulnerable, susceptible to pity and in dire need of more aids. The other option is to reveal African’s potentials, diversity and strength
Learning is great; not just because of its ability to expand the mind beyond recovery but also for its ability to shed light on the paths of life. And for a few who are committed to continuous learning, it delivers a deeper craving for something greater than self, a point at which we begin to realise that our lives are too small to be the purpose of living.
Over half of the world's population is below 25 years of age. Talking about the sexuality of young people is still very controversial, even though pregnancy is the main cause of death among women between 15 and 19 years worldwide. Complications in giving birth and unsafe abortion practices contribute greatly to these worrying numbers
On April 24, 2015, Action Health Incorporated (AHI) hosted over 100 students to commemorate the World Malaria Day. With the theme “Invest in the future, Defeat Malaria”, it was a call on everyone to work towards creating a malaria free generation.