Stills and Image Stories
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.
From the HQ Team, we would like to commend the hard-working men and women at Africa CDC for their service toward the continent. Your tireless work fighting a global pandemic is an inspiration to us all.
Despite the difficulties of the past year, Kenyans from across the country came together to celebrate family and community, captured by photographer Gabriel Jackson.
Producer and filmmaker Appie Matere reflects on how she has healed and grown through the pandemic.
Amplify Fellow Clarke Dhana's photostory looks at the struggles faced by Zimbabwean's from their passports, which many have dubbed 'Green Mamba'.
To Patrick Nzabonimpa pleasant surprise, Kigali's Gikondo market is vigilant about keeping patrons safe.
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.
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.
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.
Kabatila Kavat directs and produces photos and videos as a hobby. Through Curveart, Kabatila has created a platform for youths in Mathare who have a passion for modelling.
In Mathare, one of Africa's most populous areas, masking up and hand sanitising remains a priority.
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.