All posts under: Village Effort
One of the most glamorous expressions of wealth is the benevolent use of resources to forge footholds that vulnerable communities can leverage as they pull themselves up by the bootstraps. This is what Moroccan-American singer, French Montana and … Read More »
The arms of the law can have a broader reach if individuals step out of their comfort zone to assist law enforcement. But how many of us can do this? Which of us us will readily stake … Read More »
There are African children whose parents reject their heritage and try really hard to abandon the very essence of what makes them African; their clothes, their food, their culture and even their beautiful black skin, which … Read More »
In an innovative push to combat illegal logging and the corruption that enables it, community volunteers in Cameroon are being trained to use smartphones to take geo-tagged images of freshly cut stumps and relay the … Read More »
On the eve of the 2012 African Cup of Nations, 25 footballers including Seydou Keita from Mali, Demba Ba from Senegal, Charles Kabore from Burkina Faso, and Lawali Idrissa from Niger, have spoken out in solidarity with millions of people facing hunger across their region.