To harness African sisters’ enormous potential to work for a more just society and to engage in action for justice requires rallying their political will in this direction.
The renowned Scientists Drs. Robert Mwanga from Uganda and Dr. Maria Andrade from Cape Verde are among the four biofortification specialists who won the World Food Prize in 2016 for their outstanding achievements in fighting malnutrition in Africa. They were … Continued
The governance of Africa’s second largest country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), is in a political crisis because the work of organizing elections within the constitutional timeframe was not conducted. The purpose for such inaction was obviously political. … Continued
Rev. Aniedi Okure, OP, Executive Director of the Africa Faith & Justice Network gave remarks at the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference plenary 2016 on the theme “Reconciliation with God, Humanity and Nature in the Year of Mercy”. Rev. Aniedi called … Continued
Opposition and civil society groups which declined to attend the dialogue or boycotted the forum made a very bad political calculation.
Bishops and organisations are joining forces to combat land grabbing…
Part of our approach in fighting against land grabbing in Ghana has been to reach out to traditional leaders who then summon people in their jurisdictions to attend awareness town hall meetings held in their localities. The impact has been … Continued
Bahati Jacques, AFJN Policy Analyst on WPFW’s Africa Now program to discuss Land Grab in Africa and Cameroon in general.