Month: March 2018

We change Africa with our Voices

“Nature for Water” is a Very Apt Theme for World Water Day

Queen’s College is one of Lagos’ oldest and most popular schools.  However, just over a year ago, tragedy struck the institution when three students, all under the age of 15, died from drinking contaminated water. The students died, swept away in an epidemic that affected dozens of students in the school.  Parents and guardians who…
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ARDA NEWS REVIEW: Project Axshya Gives Tuberculosis Sufferers a Voice Through Community Radio

Tuberculosis has existed for millennia and has been a deadly disease for all of it.  It is an airborne disease, spread when those who have active Tuberculosis in their lungs cough, sneeze, spit or even speak. Although the discovery of antibiotics in the 20th century, specifically streptomycin in 1946, made the contraction of TB less of…
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