On this 5th Anniversary week, the HQ squad highlight some of the major achievements of Africa CDC and their tireless work fighting for a healthier continent.
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.
#Amplify HQ fellows Sophia, Gomolemo, Caroline and Osarode took to the streets and spoke to educators about how they were affected by the pandemic.
Molweni [https://translate.google.com/?sl=auto&tl=en&text=molwenii&op=translate] 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
The pandemic inspired Werkenesh Nega and others in her community to become business-minded farmers.
Aly Tambedou shifted and innovated to keep his business alive. This is his story.
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.