The Indiana University Center for Global Health announced a $1.35 million grant that will help address mental health in western Kenya for the next three years. The grant seeks to make mental health more accessible in Kenya and the initiative is being implemented in partnership with the Moi Teaching Hospital.
Corruption has been a constant feature of South African political life for much of the past 350 years; solutions will also take time.
State is using anti-trafficking measures “to justify practices that violate” rights. The moral panic is being used by authorities to discourage migrants.
With the right leadership, mindset and policies African countries can achieve, even exceed, the growth and development successes of Asian counterparts.
The aftershocks of Hachalu Hundessa’s murder underline the challenges facing Ethiopia’s transition to democracy.
Tired of bad governance and corruption, Mali’s citizens hope protests will bring political change.
Far from the myth of the omnipotent father of the nation, big man or dictator, the Kenyan presidential system was built on divisions and uncertainty.
Kenya has sometimes been described as a “hustler nation”. More than 80% of the population work in the informal economy, deriving incomes from hawking goods, fixing cars and working on construction sites.
Was it South Africa’s political opposition, rather than the plight of Zimbabweans, that pushed Pretoria to respond?