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Worms

WARNING: I may talk about parasites in explicit detail. If your imagination is sensitive to such a topic, proceed with discretion.

Something that 3-4 billion people are said to have in this world is something called parasites.  1,190 more words

Africa

Why Facebook Is Opening An Office In Africa

Facebook is to open a new office in Africa, a region with more than one billion people but only 120 million Facebook users.

To lead the new office, located in Johannesburg, South Africa, Facebook has hired Nunu Ntshingila, the chairman of Ogilvy South Africa, according to… 201 more words

Facebook is opening an office in a vital emerging market

Facebook is to open a new office in Africa, a region with more than one billion people but only 120 million Facebook users.

To lead the new office, located in Johannesburg, South Africa, Facebook has hired Nunu Ntshingila, the chairman of Ogilvy South Africa, according to… 204 more words

Tech

CHAKO

During my study to become an International Lifestyle Professional I have the make many choices about how I want to position myself. Most of the time I am very aware of the choices that I make, but it is also an unconscious process where I am going through. 491 more words

LEISURE

30 day challenge

I am taking my sister’s advice for this blog that I’ve now started and will maintain throughout my experience here in Ethiopia as well as beyond. 1,074 more words

War on Want: Africa: a continent of wealth, a continent of poverty Afrikaa: Ardii qabeetti ardii iyyeetti

Africa: a continent of wealth, a continent of poverty

By Tom Lebert,  senior international programme officer (Resources & Conflict) at War on Want.

 At New Internationalist Blog… 890 more words

African Studies

Ethiopia: GNI per capita , Atlas method (current US$)

Ethiopia’s Per Capita Income trend, relative to Sub-Saharan Africa Average

Sub-Saharan African countries are the poorest regions of  Africa and the world. The World Bank’s Per Head Income trend from 2005 shows that Ethiopia’s trend is by far below Sub-Saharan Africa average trends with constantly widening gap. 248 more words

Africa