Food is fuel, but this concept is relatively new to me. I wasn’t always conscious of what I ate and I would often wolf down food because I was either hungry, bored, or emotional. That was me in 2017, writes Reesha Chibba.
After tweeting to the presidency about her numerous gender-based violence (GBV) experiences, Sihle Bolani has only been met with a deafening silence despite a resounding response from South Africa. She asks why there hasn’t been decisive action to tackle GBV with the same gusto as the Covid-19 pandemic. By: Sihle Bolani.
I am driven to the darkest place of despair inside my head, every women killed is a knife to my heart and a scar on my already tattered soul, writes Vanessa Tedder. She encourages everyone to speak up when they see or suspect abuse taking place
With varying opinions about whether schools should remain closed or not, parents and caregivers need to honestly assess what the best solution is for their children’s mental and emotional growth. By Kirstan Puttick Lloyd.
Angela Quintal was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a decade ago. Today she finds herself living in the epicentre of coronavirus, New York City. This is her story of shutting herself away in the city that never sleeps to stay alive.
The new coronavirus has exposed the staggeringly uneven distribution of life-saving medical equipment across the world. Ventilators are an essential tool in the treatment of respiratory illnesses, including severe cases of COVID-19, yet across 41 African countries there are fewer than 2,000 ventilators serving hundreds of millions of people. By Joshua Setipa, Managing Director of the UN Technology Bank.