Most women in developed countries often take their access to and choices of sanitary pads for granted. In some parts of the world, the lack of proper menstrual hygiene products still poses one... READ MORE
Below are the latest positive stories from Africa.
Instilling a positive self image from childhood is a way to liberate the mind as children grow into productive members of society. This is especially true for the African child who’s future is... READ MORE
Nigerian activist Rebecca Dali received the prestigious Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation award for her humanitarian work with those abducted by Boko Haram militants. She accepted the award on August 19, 2017, at... READ MORE
Three years following the Rwandan genocide, Sr. Mary Rose Mukukibogo founded the farming association Dususuruke to revitalize the agricultural economy. In the local language of Kinyarwanda, Dususuruke means “warm solidarity.” She was first... READ MORE
On the Sudanese Women Parliamentarians’ National Day, the first President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), Dr. Gertrude Mongella of Tanzania, commended the work female parliamentarians have accomplished in Sudan. She remarked, “I have... READ MORE