David Muir reports for ABC News today about this trek across Somalia in an attempt to preserve their people!
Hey hey. Roni here. Last night, I did my first interview for what will be the upcoming “Been to Africa” podcast. It was with Simon Mugabi, the head of the aforementioned CED Centre. Simon is a Ugandan who started CED Centre in the hopes of helping his native village. They are mostly focused on working […]
This post is by Francesco Dendi. You can find him on Twitter: @denditwits Uganda: The pearl of Africa. A lush state at the center of Africa, on the west shore of Lake Victoria. After a long period of dictatorship and war, Uganda has reborn. Nowadays, it’s one of the most secure and stable states in central Africa. Uganda […]
On July 9, 2011, South Sudan became the newest country in Africa, splitting from Sudan. Joy Portella works for Mercy Corps and is now in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. She wrote a piece for the Seattle Times where she talks about what this means for Juba. most people have shelved – at least […]
Country profiles are now up! Just look up at the menu and you can scroll down and see African countries sorted by region. On each profile, you’ll be able to find out basic information, along with the country’s flag and where it is in the world. If you have anything else you’d like to add […]
A post by Keala Milles. Let me be frank. I want to go to Africa. I don’t have delusions of grand safaris nor have I imagined some fantastical encounter with near-extinct aborigines (although I’m sure one day with any tribe will be thoroughly inspiring). It doesn’t have anything to do with human interests—like the fact […]