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Quando cheguei a Portugal lembro-me de visitar o Cacém, que me pareceu um cemitério. Um lugar triste, sem quiosques para comprar revistas e jornais, um local onde era difícil chegar aos livros. 18 more words


The road to Titties Baai

Like all great journeys this one started late with a fair amount of blame about who had forgotten what. The delay was exacerbated by the ensuing trip to the shops to pick up the essentials we could remember we had forgotten. 764 more words


An Open Letter to Friends of ANAW

The year 2016 has been a year of celebrations, successes, and milestones.  If you are receiving the ANAW holiday direct mail piece you will be reading about my meeting Jos Ngonyo in 2005 and the friendship between our families that continues to grow.   448 more words


Apply For The African Women’s Public Service Fellowship 2017

The African Women’s Public Service Fellowship, made possible by a donation from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation, expands the opportunity for African women to impact for public service in their home countries. 149 more words

Birdwatching on the Chobe River

Today we going in search of the many different species of birds that can be found on the banks of the Chobe River. An African sacred ibis wanders along the grassy embankment.  48 more words


Gambia’s new leaders push for political prisoners’ release


The Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow held talks with his team Saturday to plot his transition to power, with the release of political prisoners emerging as a top priority for the new administration. 708 more words


Madagascar the Mysterious Island

Madagascar is one of the world’s largest islands and a republic off the coast of Mozambique . This African island is a place of mystery to some observers, but examining its history reveals a tale of transformation, societal change, and migration. 3,036 more words