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Out of Africa... (1)

I mentionned a couple of days back, that I lived in Guinea for five years.

Some people seemed interested about my experience, and I thought I could start a couple of short prompts about my life in Africa. 527 more words


My 4th of July...

Today, The Internets will get flooded with mentions about Independence Day. It is not a bad thing, and I think that our American friends can use the worldwide virtual hug! 389 more words


Approches techniques de renforcement de la gestion du système d’information sanitaire de routine (SISR) de Guinée

Un système d’information sanitaire robuste favorise des prises de décision éclairées. Quelles stratégies ont été utilisées pour le renforcement du SISR ? Les stratégies reposaient sur l’engagement des partenaires (cartographie et matrices des responsabilités), le renforcement du savoir-faire des acteurs nationaux et la mise en place d’un mécanisme de coordination des interventions. 176 more words


June--Delving into Angola, Ecuador + Guinea

June has been a hot but exciting month in our little corner of the world, with plenty of time for curling up in bed or laying next to a pool with a good book. 700 more words


Refugees held by Australia languish in a world beyond suffering and suicide

Source: CNN

By Behrouz Boochani

Manus Island, Papua New Guinea (CNN)We are forgotten people, discarded on forgotten islands.

I am writing from Manus Island. I am writing from where I am held against my will. 73 more words

The Muslim Times

21/06/2018: "Ye Ke Ye Ke" by Mory Kante

“Ye Ke Ye Ke” or “Yeke Yeke” was the first African single to sell over a million copies. Not an inconsiderable feat in a pre-internet age! 153 more words


The Radiance of the king by Camara Laye

The Radiance of the King by Camara Laye

Guinea Fiction

Original title – Le Regard du roi

Translator – James Kirkup

Source – personal copy… 769 more words