In Cameroon Information and Communication Technologies education is not universally accessible to Primary and secondary school children. A non-governmental organization called Ramsi ICT’s House is filling the void by introducing school children to use computers, telephones and digital cameras.
Farming flowers in slums is becoming an option for jobless youths in cities across Cameroon. Flowers and ornamental trees are planted to decorate compounds …Read This Article
Civil Society organisations are sticking to their guns: Women will be hardest hit by the climate change
Civil Society organisations are sticking to their guns: Women will be hardest hit by the climate change. Zuki Zimela reports from COP 17 in …Read This Article
Last month in Ghana, community radio advocates and civil society members rallied through the streets of Accra in what they called a “Voice Walk” …Read This Article
Mauritian men are standing up against violence against women. Nasseem Ackbarally reports that some are now joining organisations to change attitudes towards women in …Read This Article