Contribution | Olive Trees, The Weapon Against Climate Change

Arnold is the Co-Founder of Eco-Green Consulting, Kenya. He has a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Egerton University, Kenya; and currently pursuing his second Master’s Degree in Water Policy at the African Union Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), Algeria. A few weeks ago, while traveling in Algeria from Tlemcen […]

Contribution L.R | NGOs: The Embellished Form of Colonialism

Radja Benmansour is an Advisor of Employability and Entrepreneurship at GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit). She is a Fulbright Scholar and a Lehigh University Graduate in the field of Globalization and Education Change. International agencies and NGOs, these agencies are often driven by good intentions to provide support and help to other countries, yet their […]

Contribution | Periods’ Miss Representation

Amina Douidi is a PhD researcher in Intercultural and Language Education at the University of Southampton, Co-founder and Regional coordinator – Africa of NextPeriod Some of my friends started calling me the Period Girl … I like being called a Period Activist, or Menstrual Activist. The question you might be asking yourself is “why do periods need […]