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The weather was very moderate, 27 Celsius as if in agreement with our vision. It was the Safe Cities street walk in my university. I was part of the over 40 students who were on the streets of our...
Mary Jay, Nigeria
Mrs. Rose Onuoha is a 48 years old widow, a mother of three children and sells Okpa (a local bean cake) at Life Camp junction, Kado Biko, a suburb in Abuja.   Rose says life has been...
By Chisomo Manthalu and Tissie Msonkho, ActionAid MalawiMalawi is the poorest country in the world. Life expectancy here is 55 and on average there are just three nurses for every 10,000 people in...
As Liberia becomes free of Ebola transmission, I do not only feel fulfilled as an individual but I am very proud of ActionAid's role in helping our nation reach this milestone. It all started...
May 9 - Day 42! In October/November 2015, WHO predicted that more than one million people across the West Africa sub-region would be infected with the Ebola virus by January 2015. Another...
Today, May 9, 2015 marks Day 42 of the monitoring period for Liberia to be declared free of Ebola transmission or infection. For the past 42 days, we have reported no new confirmed cases of Ebola...
ActionAid Liberia holds a candlelight memorial vigil to honor the victims, survivors and women affected by EbolaEvery year, Liberia recognizes the second Wednesday in March as Decoration Day, a day...
Today, October 29, 2014, marked a great day at ActionAid Mozambique, witnessed by the signing of MoUs with two key Strategic Partners in the Participatory Democracy Strategic Priority; Mozambican...
The Signing of MoU with the Participatory Democracy Strategic Priority Partners