Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Public Art Displays, Galleries, Festivals and Africa’s brewing Art boom

The display of visual art is a seasoned activity dated to the classical era, when commissioned works of art were mostly displayed privately in...

Developing Africa’s Youth to Respond to the Challenges of Digitization

Whenever I encounter high school graduates from Ghana or elsewhere on the African continent, I typically ask them a specific question — “What was...

How Ethiopian women are creating a future that is female

On an idyllic hilltop in Ebinat, Ethiopia, a group of 20 women are meeting and greeting each other. One of them is carrying a...

Ethiopia’s TV Industry begins to Blossom

By Christopher Vourlias Turning on a TV in Addis Ababa just a few years ago, you were likely to be treated to drab program blocks on...

Ethiopia: Injecting new life into pastoral communities through vaccinations

Meyu Muluke district is home to an estimated 19,000 agro-pastoral families. Located in the Eastern part of Ethiopia within the Oromia Region, the hot...

Angola’s oil reforms set to deliver self-sufficiency in fuel production

Angola, the second largest oil producer in Africa with 1.6 million barrels of oil per day and an estimated 17,904.5 million cubic feet of...

Raising Awareness of Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Pays off in Rwanda

(World Bank) -- In Rwanda, one of the most densely populated of the least-developed countries in Africa, 45 percent of the population lives in...

True value of the blue economy to Kenya

By Mohamed Guleid Kenya has not fully exploited the resources found in our waters, which constitute what is called the blue economy. The ongoing blue economy...