Monthly Archives: August 2016

Climate Change and Environment in Africa

Climate change is a global phenomenon. However, it has had and continues to have a bigger impact on African countries despite the fact that they emit relatively lower percentages of greenhouse gases. Also with an estimated annual population growth of … Continue reading

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Celebrating International Youth Day 2016

The International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12 annually. The theme for this year is “The Road to 2030: Eradicating Poverty and Achieving Sustainable Consumption and Production.” The theme focuses specifically on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Goal … Continue reading

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Nigeria’s 1st Olympic Rower Puts Medical School on hold and Self-financed her Rio Trip

Many athletes head to the Olympics thinking all about gold. For Chierika Ukogu, a 23-year-old Nigerian rower, simply getting to Rio is an incredible feat. She’ll soon be the first rower to ever represent Nigeria in the Olympics, and had … Continue reading

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Youth Up for the Environment

The environment is important for the survival of mankind; therefore mankind must ensure the survival of the environment. The environment has the ability to sustain itself but the action of man keeps posing constant and continual threat to the environment. … Continue reading

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25 Facts You Never Knew About Africa

1. Gambia has only one university. 2. Equatorial Guinea is Africa’s only Spanish-speaking country. 3. South Africa is the most visited African country. 4. Nigeria has the richest Black people in Africa. 5. Samuel Eto’o is the highest paid Footballer … Continue reading

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