Access to affordable credit in Kenya has been an issue for small business. The new government seeks to solve this using the hustler fund.
Different perspectives lie behind different meatless dietary choices. Understand and accept different considerations but do also try the latest food innovations!
The absence of laws and regulations of social media have allowed misinformation and propaganda to skew political opinions in Pakistan.
Femonationalism in the Indian context is visible in the nexus of right-wing populism, patriarchy, and Islamophobia.
The Yemeni Civil War has resulted in tragedy for millions in the country. However, recent developments show that it may finally be over soon.
Public speaking can often be an overlooked skill. Learn the importance of public speaking and how it can assist volunteers in their work.
In a time where LGBTQ+ rights are being challenged, we look to international advocacy and education as ways towards an inclusive future.
Tunisia? You might be wondering, what is Tunisia, is it edible? (As a Tunisian who works with foreigners, I get this all the time). To make it clear at once, Tunisia, officially the Republic of Tunisia, is the northernmost country in Africa and a part of the Maghreb region of North Africa. It is bordered…
With summer approaching, tourists’ behavior can sometimes be disrespectful not only towards the country’s culture and its people but also harmful to the animals and environment.
We usually wake up in the morning, open any source of news and get updated about what happened when we were sleeping. We get extra concerned when we are aware of a war happening at any corner in this big world. Especially, the atrocious never ending battle between Israel and Palestine. Inhumane On 11th May…
Deforestation, farming, construction, and tourism have reduced global wildlife populations by more than two-thirds in just 50 years, putting nature in a condition of “free fall” that is impossible to restore. Mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish population sizes have all declined by an average of 68% since 1970, according to the WWF’s Living Planet…