Jane – Cape Town, SA & Kenya

Mncedisi – Cape Town

Susan Opok

Hamza Sserwadda – craft aid – Kampala, Uganda

Paul Alishton Alitia – peace for children africa – Kampala, Uganda

Bob Goff – restore international – Gulu, Uganda

Ethan Zuckerman – boston, africa

Toby Shapshak – Vinay Gupta

Tony Elumelu

Mike Zuckerman – san fran, kampala

Lara Bishop – craft aid – London

a teenage hacker in Kenya

Noble Kelly – uk, africa

Zac Chase – colorado

Tolu Olorunda – Detroit, Nigeria

Dambisa Moyo

Ernesto Sirolli

Mohamed Ali

Jaco Roets

the gods must be crazy


MukonoMoses Okumu


morocco – polyrabat and Anas




letter from s africa


shared by Ethan on twitter:

why don’t we talk about africa


map overlays


Quinn on africa:

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It’s got a little over a billion people. Of those a quarter or a third — depending on which metrics you use — are middle class. That’s a middle class which is around the size of the North American middle class. Not just the USA, but a continent-to-continent comparison.


It has a history of leap frogging technology, and there’s no reason to think it won’t keep doing that. It’s a place with diversity in governance, monetary adaptability, and cultures that often teach a kind of resilience we’re all going to need in the coming age of climate-driven civil decline.

we need the communities of Africa a hell of a lot more than they need us.



Who’s Funding Ed-Tech in Africa?…


on yemen

UNICEF (@UNICEF) tweeted at 10:29 AM – 9 Nov 2017 :

#Yemen: A catastrophic situation is getting worse. 400k children at risk of severe acute malnutrition:

#ChildrenUnderAttack (

comment on above tweet about africa

donzy billions. (@chiprince12) tweeted at 3:45 PM – 9 Nov 2017 :

@UNICEF @UN @UNOCHA @UNReliefChief African children suffer like this all the time but the UN still encourages dictators and bad governance in Africa (