Tag Archives: Africa

How can I help empower women in Africa?

It is day 4 of the #30dayblog challenge, if you have stumbled upon this post and don’t know what this is all about, here is yesterday’s So today’s task is all about answering a question that someone could be asking … Continue reading

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Top tips on how to help folk in the developing world

It is day 2 of Nikki P’s 30 day blog challenge and if you missed day1 you can catch up here. My task for today is to give you the readers some tips  regarding my area of work This was … Continue reading

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Development programmes and celebrities- Madonna

I do love a challenge and have just entered Nikki P’s 30 day blogging challenge. right now I am not sure where I will get the time from but hey- I just had to be in it. So for the … Continue reading

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100 year’s of International Women’s day- Jacqueline’s story

In these series we celebrate 100 years of International Women’s day by looking at the lives of the women behind the fabulous products at Ethnic Supplies Yesterday we met Lillian and I would like to introduce you to  Jacqueline Jacqueline … Continue reading

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100 Years of International Women’s Day- Eugenie’s story

Happy 100th International Women’s Day This is the last in the series celebrating our superfine fine ladies. We were in Madagascar yesterday where we met the lovely Henriette and we remain there today to meet Eugenie. Eugenie is the co-ordinator … Continue reading

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100 years of International Women’s day-Joy’s Story

We are Continuing with our count down to 100 years of International Women’s day- Yesterday we met Jacqueline in SW Uganda and today  we are in Rwanda to meet JOY On 2 October 2009 I received an email from my … Continue reading

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Time to tell Africa’s story?

his is the conclusion reached by  The Observer newspaper and they have written several articles to prove it In the first article The Observer editorial tells the readers that Africa has regenerated itself , Europe and Britain in particular must … Continue reading

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An African Valentine#

5 things you could buy for Valentines day that will make a difference to Africa. Got a loved one that you adore? Treasure with all your heart? Do they have a eye for preserving the planet? This stunning red bracelet … Continue reading

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Food Shortages in Uganda?

Food shortages have made headlines in the news recently. The debates appears to be split into 2 schools of thought. Says that with need to grow more food as the population grows it is likely that there will not be … Continue reading

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Villages in Action – I would like to hear more of these conversations

  Happy New Year folk. How are you getting on with your New year’s resolutions so far? I know this is an odd question but what exactly are New year’s resolutions? Are the goals or aspirations? I recently stumbled across … Continue reading

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