2016 has been a year, full of so much growth, transition and change for WYA Africa, we elected to choose the theme Celebrate Life for the End of Year Barbecue in order to continue toContinue reading
Recently, new laws that allow doctors to help terminally ill patients to end their own lives have been approved in places like Washington, D.C., and the U.S. state of Colorado. It’s essential thatContinue reading
I woke up feeling quite excited for the 2016WYA Africa Furaha Camp. I'm an outdoorsy kind of girl, so sleeping in tents, doing fun outdoor activities such as hikes and games are some of theContinue reading
Jan-Mar 2016 News Highlights from WYA Europe WYA Europe hosts successful Emerging Leaders Conference EUROPE ELC The 4th Emerging Leaders Conference was heldContinue reading
In this month’s newsletter, wefeatureWYA’s 2017 Kathryn Hoomkwap Awardee Olivia Raw. Celebrate WYA’s 18th Birthday with WYA members and friends around the world on March 25Continue reading
For some time now I have the impression that the winter is coming in Europe. And when I think about it, I feel the seriousness of this sentence in a similar manner Ned Stark does in the Game ofContinue reading
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