Video and Moving Images.
Hannington Bugingo shares his story about how, while COVID-19 is no laughing matter, comedy can spread messages of hope even in a pandemic.
When the pandemic struck, Christal Beeko quickly learned how to turn her flower garden into a vegetable garden.
This mini-doc explores how the community of Mathare is surviving and follows two women who have found a way to connect and share vital skills with their community.
CovidHQAfrica showcases some of the highlights from the Qatar Economic Forum which touch on the effects pandemic on the continent as well as what lies in store for the future.
Despite the collapse of wildlife tourism in a remote village, women in Koija have found alternative ways to survive Covid-19, and save their leopards. Paula Kahumbu documents their journey in a short video.
This dynamic group of mental health champions share their desire for all people to have access to mental health care and community support without fear of stigma.
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Covid-19 has had an impact on all of us, and developing the skills to cope with daily life is an important part of maintaining good mental health. Here are a few ways to do it.
Composer and jazz musician, Bokani Dyer, created 'Kelenosi' the album that defined his aloneness during lockdown.
Dzikamayi Chando speaks to Zimbabwean nationals on getting vaccinated for Covid19
Africa constitutes 25% of global vaccine demand but currently only supplies 1% of the 1.3 billion vaccines needed annually. Mastercard Foundation’s Dr Reeta Roy weighs in on why developing human capital is key to changing this.
In 2019, Africa imported over $15 billion worth of pharmaceutical products. How can trade and health be placed at the nexus of African industrialisation?