Brief Profile of the Civil War in South Sudan

After independence from Britain on January 1, 1956, the southern Sudan region mostly black remained united with the North of the Sudan which is Arab and Muslim. The religious presence was mixed with two large majorities, Animist and Christian and … Continued

Of Course We Can, Absolutely

Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2018, from 10am to 12 noon, women religious in Nigeria will hold a national day of prayer and fasting across the country to uphold the sacredness of life. This event will take place in the public … Continued

Slave auction in Libya is ongoing

On the Calendar of the liturgy of the Catholic Church we remember and celebrates today February 8th Josephine Bakhita, a former slave who as a child was sold by her kidnappers to Arab slave traders. Josephine Bakhita was born in … Continued

Creating an oral-based social media platform

The use of social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp has grown exponentially on the African continent. In Mali, however, where the literacy rate is lower than average and oral tradition dominates, accessing such apps can prove difficult. … Continued