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The Fate of Kenya's Reproductive Health Bill

A few days ago during one of my Certified Training Program (CTP) classes, we were discussing the concept of freedom in the third chapter. It occurred to me just how desensitised we have become as

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Towards the Path of Satyagraha

Have you ever felt a force in your soul that urges you to take some action in pursuit of something greater? If so, congratulations, you may unknowingly

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COVID and Tele-education

The COVID- 19 pandemic has been an unexpected phenomenon that has affected millions of people in socioeconomic, labor and family aspects, and education

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Nigeria and HIV/AIDs: What more can be done?

HIV/AIDS is a disease associated with high stigma and discrimination in Nigeria. These are often rooted in socially learned attitudes in seeing the disease as affecting people who live immoral lives

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Appropriation vs. Appreciation: A Story About Culture

What pops into your mind when you hear the word “Culture”? Is it certain acts? Or is it clothes? Is it your family, friends, and people around you who influence you? What is culture and what does

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Meet WYA MENA's New Program Officer, Zainab AlRamlawi

This July, WYA gives a warm welcome to our new WYA Middle East and North Africa Program Officer, Zainab AlRamlawi! "I noticed that the world is moving to materialism and investing more in

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Mental Health, our Greatest Treasure

As human beings we have to be aware of the fact that we are more than just physical matter. We are one beautiful and immense complexity with diverse

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A Year and Three Months Into the Pandemic

Writing this feels nostalgic because around this time last year I was doing my regional internship with WYA Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. The internship was unfortunately cut short with the onset of the

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Meet the WYA HQ Interns for Summer 2021!

This summer, the World Youth Alliance Headquarters welcomed its second batch of online interns for 2021. Despite the pandemic, this season will keep them busy with organizing key events such as the

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Work, Leisure and Free Time are Necessary for Growth

Spare time, leisure and work are not opposing concepts, in fact, for the person they are vital activities to live a fulfilled life and to reach his

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