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Eunice Mwaura

24 maart 2021

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In the fifth episode of The Youth Canvas, Eunice Mwaura visits the Foundation of Hope in Kibera. This Youth Led Organization uses art to give young people from informal settlements self-confidence and to shape their own future direction.

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In de Youth Canvas gaat verslaggever Eunice Mwaura (24) in gesprek met jongeren over thema’s als gendergelijkheid, maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen, klimaatverandering en macht en ongelijkheid.

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New lockdown hits Uganda’s education sector again

Door Martha Nalukenge | 16 juni 2021

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This is the type of politician that Kenya needs

Door Cynthia Omondi | 14 juni 2021

Many people usually go into politics for the money and the power. Next year there will be elections in Kenya and our hope is that a new breed of politicians will emerge, those who will work for the benefit of the electorate. One of them might possibly be Saadia Rao. Thanks to her selfless acts, people have been encouraging her to stand for an elective seat. This is because they believe that she can make a positive difference. She talked to Vice Versa Global’s Cynthia Omondi.

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