Category Archives: Humanitarian

From Kutara ; displaced but placed by God

It was one of those conversations you have with a friend, you remember the economic climate and the many job losses in the country and he suddenly says “Chijioke what of IDP camps”? This unplanned conversation ignited a fire that … Continue reading

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No one to rock the cradle

Nigeria and the entire world woke up to the news of the rejection of the bill by the Senate on ‘Gender Parity and Violence against Women’ introduced by Sen. Biodun Olujimi. Before I go into the reasons given for the … Continue reading

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A walk in the park

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Over the weekend I recorded another ‘first event’; I joined a team from my local Church to invite people for our Special Easter service. Our target area was … Continue reading

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#Imagine Zimbabwe, through the lens of Andrea

My name is Andrea and I am a graduate student at the University of Bradford pursuing a Master’s degree in African Peace and Conflict Studies.  I read Aleksandra’s essay on imagining peace in Poland and I wish that I, too, … Continue reading

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