Africare’s favorite African news from March 2015 – stories about start-ups, entrepreneurs, leadership, literature, science and technology.
Where previously barren land surrounded abandoned villages, communities now see water tables rising, rehabilitated land producing surplus crops, and villages spontaneously repopulating.
Agueton Ahontodji’s daughter suffered from malaria with repeated fevers, and he needed to take her to a local hospital at least three times every year. The frequent and costly treatments made Agueton believe he and his wife should have no more children.
Approximately 100 women will be contributing 1000 blankets to the 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day drive which aims to produce 21 000 blankets by April 21 and create a world record in the process.