Yemeni woman refugee runs thriving grocery shop in Hargeisa
She poignantly reflects back on her life in Sanaa, Yemen, a few years ago. There was peace and she lived happily with her family. Life was without fear of what would happen the next day. She cooked diverse foods for her eight children and husband, a construction worker.
He is a living example of how persons with HIV and AIDS can lead normal lives, be steadfast and be in the forefront in the fight against the disease. Joel Lupinda, 43, from Wapamesa Village in Kawambwa district, Northern Zambia is a strong ambassador of the HIV and AIDS fight. He often carries a cheerful smile.
Women and men reproductive health ambassadors
They joyfully and freely support expectant women. It is akin to giving a sisterly hand. Forty women are engaged in these services. One of them is Cecilia Auma, 55, who has been promoting safe women delivery for the last five years in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, Uganda.
Primary school that is a hallmark of success in Narok County
In the serene Mara plains, Nkoilalel Primary school stands out as a shining example of academic excellence. It is the best performing school in Mara Division, Narok County. This is attributed to committed teaching staff and a local community that has tirelessly supported the school.
Yemeni refugee's hope for better life despite war in his country
Gamal Hasan Othman, 56, is a Yemeni refugee currently living in Mogadishu, Somalia. When Gamal's hometown of Sanaa was bombed six months ago, Gamal got separated from his wife and children. He was forced to seek refuge in Somalia. "I am single," he smiles cheekily as he narrates his story to AAH Somalia's Monica Mwangi.