Abeba Amene chose South Sudan
Taking responsibility: Abeba Amene where she feels most at home – with communities in Africa Despite being known as one of the most neglected countries on earth, our humanitarian workers remain  Abeba Amene could have had a successful career in international development in the United Kingdom, having studied there. But, she says: “Africa is where
Cyclone Freddy hits Mabote
Escape: Dercia Jose Maunze managed to walk to safety in a neighbouring village after torrential rain caused flooding in Mabote The young student escaped the rising waters, but her village was cut off when roads were washed away Dercia Jose Maunze’s life was turned upside down when Cyclone Freddy hit her small village in the
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Cyclone Freddy decimates crops
Destroyed: Maria Nguila stands among her decimated cassava crops The full-time farmer is still reeling from the damage the tropical storm wreaked on her land Maria Nguila is devastated. The 57-year-old farmer from Vilankulo in Inhambane province, Mozambique watched as Cyclone Freddy decimated her crops last week. The heavy rains caused flooding; waterlogging her groundnut
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Bone dry: Isak Pretorius, ForAfrika CEO in Angola which is experiencing the worst drought in 40 years. Farming is now a futile pursuit for many. Climate change is a threat multiplier in Africa, the most vulnerable continent to its effects This week, world leaders have congregated in Egypt for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change
In leaf: Alvina is happiest when busy in her garden Excited to share what she had learnt at school, the 12-year-old replicated the techniques at home and got her family involved By Arcenio Macuende Alvina Castigo Murrombe is just 12 years old but manages her vegetable garden like a professional. She is often knee-high in
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