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How Cameroon and other countries in Africa are actively fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic

Female freedom has an expiration date - Being 35 and Single

Twitter asks for Justine Sacco with #HasJustineLandedYet

Du chocolat? Oui, mais à petite dose !

The 2014 Washington Fellowship for young African leaders accepts applications

Businesswoman from Cameroon rises above poverty and food insecurity

World leaders mourn Nelson Mandela

Quel avenir professionnel pour la jeunesse en Afrique?

Africa's natural resources fuel the world

Africa is rich, but Africans are poor

My 5-year plan

Orange Day- United to end violence against women

Porter le ruban blanc pour la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes

Innover en faveur de l'éducation des filles ... et des garçons

Remain hopeful

Two American graduate students raise funds for South African students with The Project Ubuntu

Timbuk is the premiere African dance-based fitness company in the U.S.

UN Women demonstrates gender inequality with search engine campaign

Nigerian author Chioma Nnani on her first novel 'Forever There For You'

La jeune réalisatrice ivoirienne Siam Marley vous invite à coproduire "Couvre Feu"

Jessica Cox lives a fulfilled life without arms

Web-Journaliste Sinatou Saka partage ses rêves pour l'Afrique

Cancer: Africa's emerging health epidemic

The White House recognizes the African diaspora for the first time

Félicité Dona Gbeyihin du Bénin devient millionnaire en vendant des chips

There will be peace and prosperity in Africa through unity

Mercy Ships bring hope and healing home

Benin Grammy-Award Singer Angélique Kidjo wants girls to dream big

Amani D.C. transforms women's lives in Africa

Les jeunes du Cameroun se mobilisent pour la lutte contre la Drépanocytose

The Global Youth Innovative Network (GYIN) develops business programs

WOMEN & AFRICA is moving forward, thanks to you!

Support Mother Africa with AWDF USA

Kate Middleton and Prince William plan an African-themed nursery

How to eat less food

Est-ce les voix des femmes africaines sont entendues?

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is Africa's first female Head of State

Le pouvoir des femmes africaines

From Seattle, with love

Women and girls love technology too

Ding Ding the African Bird or a modern folktale from Africa

The African Union made history with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

Try something new this summer

The Cameroon Professional Society mobilizes many to take action

The secret dilemma of women journalists revealed

The true size of Africa will surprise you

South Africa celebrates Nelson Mandela

10 ways women and girls could empower themselves

A Swazi lady and a Cameroonian gentleman on natural hair

5 Reasons to be Zimbabwean

War, Drought and Hunger in Mali

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