“I Have A Name…” Photoseries Showcases Incredible Lives of Everyday South Africans

I Have a Name Gives a Face to South African People In South Africa, divisions based on race, class, and gender have been common throughout its history. Although apartheid officially lasted between 1948 and 1976, social divisions continue to exist today and dictate how people behave towards one another. It also leads to some individuals…

Drones Lifting Accessible Healthcare in Africa to New Heights – Part Two

    Rwanda is not the only African nation that is benefiting from drone technology to improve access to medical care for remote populations. Malawi and South Africa are also seeing positive results from drone delivery systems.   MALAWI   Malawi, another landlocked nation, is one of the continent’s least-developed countries. Residents have a low…

Drones Lifting Accessible Healthcare in Africa to New Heights

  Did you know that Africans suffer the worst health in the world? This is the heart-wrenching advisement of the World Health Organization in its September 2016 Bulletin. Poverty and poor access jeopardize the safety and well-being of Africans. Despite support from the international community, progress in healthcare is painfully slow. However, drones are making a…