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Third Wave of COVID-19 infections hit Africa

In Africa, there is an alarming third wave as the vaccine rollout is hampered. In recent light of the vaccine rollout in all parts of the world, third world countries vaccine rollout seems to be stagnant, experts fearing that it may take decades…
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Facebook in Partnership with WHO Launches Campaign to Tackle Fake Covid-19 and Vaccine News

Facebook has launched a campaign in partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to combat misinformation and fake news regarding Covid-19 and vaccine updates in Africa. This campaign aims to remove false vaccine claims, decrease the…

Relocation Africa Uganda Immigration Interview With Tinah Namatovu

Lynn Mackenzie, our Immigration Lead, recently had the privilege of interviewing Tinah Namatovu, from Expat Assist, about Uganda's immigration landscape. To listen to Lynn and Tinah's conversation about immigration in the current context,…

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) Partners with Private Sector Players to Reach the Last Mile with Digital Services

Goal is to enable 1 Million Rural Ugandans to use Digital Services The United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) announced partnerships with digital services providers aimed at increasing access to and usage of digital services in…
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Zambian and Ugandan Farmers Grow Yields Three Fold With Drought-Tolerant Maize

Zambia’s vice-president has recently called to reduce maize dominance and increase crop and diet diversification in his country. The reality is that maize is and will remain a very important food crop for many eastern and southern African…