Halau from the HQ Squad! As much as Covid has (arguably) become our context, there is still significant uncertainty around the severity of newer strains, how the virus interacts with other diseases and the best ways for our economies to recover. But we are learning more every day. Scientists in
Aly Tambedou shifted and innovated to keep his business alive. This is his story.
Kusheh from HQ! Something interesting is happening almost two years after the virus emerged: we've stopped talking about things going 'back to normal' and have become accustomed to the emergence of new ways of being and just getting on with it! It is fascinating how easily we have adapted to
Sophia Adepoju's Narrative spread illustrates Mbali Sebokedi's love for books, make up, her experiences of the global pandemic, and the power of community.
Nasra Bwana shares the story of 90-year-old Inyamwenye Omar, who speaks about her passion for her village's decades-old coffee tradition.
Amplify HQ is up and running with 23 incredible creators, learning new skills through our program, sharing ideas, and of course... creating!
Zaqi Alibhai speaks with young trailblazer, Nima Kassim, about her battle to win over her community in the coastal region of Kenya through the initiative she founded which seeks to empower women, combat gender based violence and educate about sexual reproductive health.
We tap into HQ sources and partners that give us insight into what's happening on the continent's vaccine front. Here are this week’s highlights.
Multi-disciplinary artist Tanlume Enyatseng on reinventing as an African creative.
Davis Lichuma, born and bred in Mathare, Nairobi. He is popularly known as Dife. He is a presenter at Mathare radio and also a community organizer and mobilizer.
Hannington Bugingo shares his story about how, while COVID-19 is no laughing matter, comedy can spread messages of hope even in a pandemic.