I met an extraordinary woman in the maily Congolese Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement in Western Uganda whose story has stayed with me ever since.
Like so many children in Rwanda at that time, this sweet adolescent boy was the head-of-his-household and responsible for raising his siblings on his own.
The 18th annual Tom Hanks Day might have been a virtual event, but it sure was fun!
Having daily access to school lessons can make the difference between a girl passing, failing or being kept back a grade. It’s the difference between a future with options and choices and a future with few.
Communicating the work of social entrepreneurs, NGOs and others requires a particular understanding of the space in which we live, work and dream of a better future.It is our unique understanding of the sector – built on a foundation of more than 20 years of...
Radio is an ideal instrument to use for disseminating information to farmers in Zambia. Zambian farmers trust Information from the radio more than other means of information delivery.
We are thrilled to see our 25,000 Fenix radio-lights being distributed to school children in Sierra Leone. As children remain in lockdown, the radios enable students to listen to school lessons which are aligned with the national curriculum.
With COVID-19 disrupting education for billions of students across the globe, radio education has renewed importance as an effective, reliable and highly personal medium for fuelling learning.
Tom Hanks Day won't be going according to the original plan* this year, because of COVID-19 social distancing. That doesn't mean, however, that Hanks fans can't come together to have fun virtually. The Tom Hanks Day organisers announced this week that "We will be...
by Sajor Barry | Growing up in the slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone was like hell on earth. I was born and raised next to the Atlantic Ocean in Kroo Bay, one of the poorest, most densely populated and neglected communities in Freetown.