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#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.
Amplify Fellows Stephanie, Blessing, and Caroline speak with She's Fit founder, Faith Okoroegbe about the transformative nature of exercise and how it has helped her and those that she teaches overcome their mental and physical struggles.
Nasra Bwana shares the story of 90-year-old Inyamwenye Omar, who speaks about her passion for her village's decades-old coffee tradition.
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.
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.
Zaqi Alibhai speaks with Jeremiah Maangi, CEO and founder of Bizin Africa, one of the continent's premier firms working to bring investment to Africa.
Three of Kenya's most talented musical minds have come together to create a one-of-a-kind project which aims to work with different communities around the country to fuse centuries-old traditional music with contemporary beats.
Zaqi Alibhai interviews Syokau Mutonga and Sahar McTough of BookBunk Trust in Nairobi about their work in three branches of Nairobi’s McMillan Memorial public libraries.