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A story by Salome Nthenya Nzuki from Nairobi, Kenya. She thinks addressing teenage pregnancy is key to ensuring girl child education and achieving Sustainable Development Goals. Read Salome’s opinion here… Teenage pregnancy in Kenya is increasing at an alarming rate. Girls are becoming mothers at a very tender age. Statistics from the Kenya demographic and[…]

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The Sustainable Development Goal 3 aims at ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all ages.  According to UNAIDS and the World Health Organization (WHO) in 35% of countries with available data, over 50% of people report having discriminatory attitudes towards people living with HIV. In many rural communities, social issues increase the risk of[…]

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Since 2013, African Monitor has included nearly 80 000 voices of young people across Africa, who have since lent their time to the Voice Africa’s Future programme, to pronounce the future as they see it for themselves. The voices of Africans are at the forefront of realizing Africa’s emancipation. We are united in our efforts[…]

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African Monitor stands against violence against women and children African Monitor (AM) is deeply saddened by and concerned about the never-ending stream of reports of gruesome acts of violence being committed against women and children daily in South Africa. The South African Constitutions states that everyone has the right to have their dignity protected, the[…]

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Africa Day is annually celebrated on May 25th throughout the world to commemorate the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), now African Union (AU) in 1963. The celebrations, among others reinforce African solidarity, unity in diversity, challenges and successes, and the economic potential of the continent and its people. History Just over a[…]

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