The Rockefeller Foundation announces an initial USD 34.95 million to ensure more equitable access to Covid-19 testing and vaccines; leverage innovation, data, machine-learning; combat the escalating food crisis; and scale up access to renewable energy in Africa. Collaborating with 24 organizations, businesses, and government agencies, this pan-African effort will also focus on 10 countries: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. The announcement comes 100 days after the Foundation’s landmark commitment of USD 1 billion over three years to help end the Covid-19 pandemic and drive a more inclusive and sustainable global recovery. “Since The Rockefeller Foundation first opened its Africa Regional Office in Nairobi in 1966, the region has remained a top priority for us,” said Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, President of The Rockefeller Foundation. “With this initial round of funding, we are beginning to deliver on our billion-dollar pledge to help end the Covid-19 pandemic in […]
Mzansi dancer, Zodwa Wabantu advices her son, Vuyo as he returns to school. Heading to her page on instagram, the star posted snap and video of Vuyo in his school uniform as he goes back to school and penned down some key words he shared with him. She started with academic advice: “Back to School. Good luck [...]
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Pearl Modiadie has taken to social media to reveal what God has done for her. The beautiful mother of one made this known in a recent social media post on her personal social media handle on Twitter. The renowned media personality stated in the post that she recently had a when you pray to God [...]
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