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Voices of Africa

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Emergency response stories

40 years ForAfrika

Women of Africa

Photo Essay: Women of Africa

ForAfrika’s chief photographer, Sulette Theron reflects on her journeys around the continent and the women she has met along the way:
Women in emergency response

Women in emergency response

Adel Terblanche, ForAfrika’s Western Cape community development officer The secret to emergency response is to be prepared, says Adel Terblanche, ForAfrika’s Western Cape community development officer.  In the past few weeks, Adel has been very busy helping thousands of people affected by the province’s recent devastating floods. “You need to make sure that you are
Refugees and the host community live peacefully side by side
Reaping rewards: James and the Giant Cabbages  ForAfrika’s agricultural programmes inspire peaceful co-existence between refugees and those who host them  Fred Mutenyo The dramatic increase in the number of refugees globally has cast a spotlight on conflicts that occur between refugees and their host countries. The competition for natural resources such as land, water and
“I am one of the privileged ones who get to travel across our beautiful continent of Africa. I count myself incredibly lucky to see its beauty. The scenic landscapes — from lush green forests and plains to deserts — are all so visually inspiring. But, I can promise you from first-hand experience, it is the
Abeba Amene chose South Sudan

Trio in South Sudan chooses Africa

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