Speak Up in South Sudan – AET’s Case for Lifeplayers
By Jonathan Coxall | Africa Educational Trust (AET) is partnering with Lifeline Energy to deliver Speak Up, a radio-based English language course for youth and adults in 130 rural communities in South Sudan.
Who Would Have Imagined Rwanda 25 Years On?
World headlines fixated on one event – the culmination of the long march to democracy in South Africa and the inauguration of Nelson Mandela. As Western media seem to feature one African story at a time, another African event was a footnote: an ‘African tribal war’ in a country not many had heard of.
Our Lifeplayer and Sustania: “100 Most Innovative Solutions”
Haile’s Story: What the Learn English Radio Project Means to Teachers?
By Tsion Issaya, Communications Manager, British Council Ethiopia | HaileMeet 60 year old Haile Berhe. For more than half his life, he has worked as an English teacher. Born and raised in a small town in Tigray regional state.
The Hidden Cost of Cell Phones
The World Bank estimates that there are 62 cell phones for every 100 people in Zambia. This week as I interviewed students, their families and the community school teachers of Luba Community School for my research project.