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Princess Adewoyin Makes Language Services and English Education Accessible in Cape Verde

In Africa, African Influence, Education, Publisher Channel by Mary Kurek

Nigeria is her homeland, but, currently a Cape Verde resident, Princess Adewoyin serves as Consul General at the Federation of International Gender and Human Rights (FIGHR) and, also, the National Coordinator for the International Human Rights Commission. Her role has her working heavily in translating documents into understandable and culture-conscious instruments that inform, construct programs and policies, and facilitate business. …

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Lumbie Mlambo on a Quest to Finish Her Father’s Work Found and Established Her Own Impact

In Africa, Africa Innovators and Influencers, African Influence, Publisher Channel by Mary Kurek

Lumbie Mlambo of Texas traveled back to Africa after her father’s passing to finish the philanthropic work that he started. The problem is that it (the work) wasn’t where she thought and, as it turned out, the work wasn’t something the locals wanted. They wanted clean water and pretty much told her if she didn’t have water to give them, …

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MAXIMIZING THE POTENTIAL OF AFRICAN YOUTHS – THE TIME FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO TAKE LEADERSHIP IS NOW

In Africa, African Influence, Publisher Channel, Youth by Casey Riley

Our new young friend, Mustapha Fofanah has sent out this passionate plea on behalf of African youths.  We share it here as we share in his hope for a brighter future for youth everywhere, but, especially in Africa, where (in the language of the Gates Foundation and other NGOs) there is a very large “*youth dependency burden.” *Definition. The youth …

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Joshua Konkankoh Builds Ecovillages and Promotes the Benefit of Permaculture

In African Influence, Climate, environment, Publisher Channel by Casey RileyLeave a Comment

Joshua Konkankoh weaves a fascinating story of his growing up years in the beautiful forests of Cameroon.  Those same forests thread throughout his life journey into ecovillage development and permaculture. His words paint a vivid picture of these villages where the connection between natural resources and human beings has a distinctive flow.  His work, advocacy, activism, and love for Africa …

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Ambassador Dr. Hassan Rengou Mfouakie Sets a Global Stage for the World Youth Summit

In African Influence, Publisher Channel, Youth by Casey Riley

Ambassador Hassan Rengou Mfouakie is a young man from Cameroon currently living in Cyprus, having stepped aside from his “traditional” education to become passionately involved in paving the way for young Africans to share their voices on peace and progress. The Amb, along with the team that supports the World Youth Summit (WYS), enjoys the support of many world governments …

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Chancellor Dinesh Shukla Builds Medical Universities in Africa

In African Influence, Education, Health, Publisher Channel by Mary Kurek

Chancellor Dinesh Shukla of the American International University and his team have been educating medical professionals from eighteen countries in their state-of-the-art medical university campus in West Africa for the past eleven years. They’ve graduated several hundred medical professionals certified on the American curriculum who are all working in clinics and hospitals today, a challenge he says that has been …

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How Toyin Umesiri Moved Her Supply Chain Intelligence to Impact Africa

In Africa, African Influence, Publisher Channel by Mary Kurek

Toyin Umesiri, founder and CEO of Nazaru LLC, is a multi-talented woman who uses her collective intelligence to impact on a global scale, but particularly her homeland in Africa. She uses several public platforms to educate and engage people on the how-to of trading with Africa. She trains clients on developing proper supply chains and business foundations, and she sells …