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AFRICAN WOMEN: VICTIM OF EARTHLY CHALLANGES

OVERALL STATUS OF WOMEN IN AFRICA African women have been working in agriculture, trading, and other economic endeavours, but most of them are employed in the informal sector. In 1985, women’s labour force participation in Africa ranged from 17% in Mali to 49% in Mozambique and Tanzania according to World Bank, 1985. African women are the guardian of their children’s welfare and have a clear obligation to provide materially for them. They are the household administrators, responsible for providing food, nutrition, water, health, education, and family planning to a higher extent than in other developing countries. There are around 195 countries on planet Earth today. Their customs and traditions vary according to their location. People living in Africa own a different style of living than the rest of the world. African women spend most […]

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A HEART TOUCHING STORY OF TWO MAASAI GIRLS

MAASIA COMMUNITIES AND THE HORRIFIC TRADITIONS Maasai communities and African countries in general, are not only persistent with their commitments to religion and rituals, but they also believe they are coherent in their believes, rituals, customs, and traditions. According to Survey, Africa amongst the highest continent which upholds strong believes in customs and traditions. They […]

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Being a Single Parent and Receiving an Education In Tanzania- Sub-Saharan Africa

Being a Single Parent and Getting Education It is very likely that you have heard of the effects of single parenting especially in developing countries. It is possible that someone you know, is a single parent and is bringing up their child alone. Raising a child alone without sufficient assistance, can be difficult for many. […]