Despite the difficulties of the past year, Kenyans from across the country came together to celebrate family and community, captured by photographer Gabriel Jackson.
Eunice Kilonzo powerfully highlights the importance of narratives and the realities they create.
Blessing Nwodo laments the doltish, and oft harmful, prejudice towards Africa and its people.
Producer and filmmaker Appie Matere reflects on how she has healed and grown through the pandemic.
#AmplifyHQ Fellow Funmi Adebayo showcases the work of Muyiwa Akiwolere as he shares the inspiration behind creating contemporary Nigerian art in the time of Covid.
Amplify Fellow Clarke Dhana's photostory looks at the struggles faced by Zimbabwean's from their passports, which many have dubbed 'Green Mamba'.
#Amplify HQ fellows Sophia, Gomolemo, Caroline and Osarode took to the streets and spoke to educators about how they were affected by the pandemic.
Zaqi Alibhai speaks to a young dynamic woman from Uganda, Gloria Tumushabe, about why she decided to take a stand against gender disparities in tech by teaching the next generation of women from across the continent how to code.
Molweni from the HQ Squad! This year, we've experienced a lot of change and upheaval; we have grappled with loss and made adjustments to accommodate the new status quo. This year has also shown us how resilient we are, how inevitably we push up and adapt, how we have a
The pandemic inspired Werkenesh Nega and others in her community to become business-minded farmers.