As an epidemiologist with the Africa CDC, Dr Herilinda Temba is on the front lines of the continent's efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. In celebration of Women's History Month, Elise Labott profiled Dr Temba's incredible contribution to the African continent.
Agnes Asele is on the frontlines of the battle against COVID, serving as a Project and Grants Management Technical Officer at Africa CDC. In celebration of Women's History Month, Elise Labott profiled her incredible contribution to the African continent.
Africa CDC is turning 5 this year! From it's inception it has made magnificent accomplishments against all odds.
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 Fellow Clarke Dhana's photostory looks at the struggles faced by Zimbabwean's from their passports, which many have dubbed 'Green Mamba'.
The pandemic inspired Werkenesh Nega and others in her community to become business-minded farmers.
Victor Baatweng writes about the Omicron variant in the context of vaccine inequity - with a particular focus on Botswana.
#Amplify Fellows introduce us to two sensational African women, who are leading in the face of the pandemic. Meet Zambian swimming instructor, Sibongile Phiri, and Nigerian athlete, Sola Aderinboye.
With a near loss of their home, and her parents rocky marriage to live through, Mary Onuoha found an unlikely escape. Amplify fellow Blessing O. Nwodo spoke to her.