How nutrition education can make a difference to people with HIV in Nigeria

Temitope Kayode Bello Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Johannesburg HIV and AIDS are still global health problems and sub-Saharan Africa remains the most affected region. Globally, around 770,000 people died from AIDS-related conditions in 2018, 160,000 of … Read More

NJ Ayuk: A new era in Africa – all of the ingredients for success

By NJ Ayuk If you follow news about Africa, it’s easy to find disheartening headlines about the continent’s struggles. But those stories do not paint a complete picture. Every day, … Read More

The country where suicide is a crime: How one man ended up in prison for trying to kill himself in Nigeria

By Stephanie Busari Last year Ifeanyi Ugokwe was arrested and locked up for weeks. His crime: he tried to take his own life. After weeks of being hungry and jobless, the … Read More

West Africa’s Skills and Youth Unemployment Crisis – Why Business Has a Critical Role to Play

By Pieter Bensch Executive Vice-President, Africa & Middle East at Sage West Africa is on the rise, with Nigeria showing resilience and diversifying its economy following a recession and Ghana enjoying … Read More