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Shaping the continent, part 2: Come rain or shine

In part two of our series ‘The Shaping of Africa’, we look at how climate has affected nature, landscape and people. Log on to any Internet search engine, type in “Africa Climate” and you immediately tune in to an anguished buzz of concern about the impact of global warming on …

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Back to the drawing board

At this year’s We Are Africa Conservation Lab, some of the world’s top environmentalists, tour operators and journalists came together to find solutions for some of nature’s biggest challenges. Graham Boynton reports Does wildlife tourism have a significant role in the conservation of Africa’s wildlife, or is it, as some …

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10 Breathtaking Beaches

Everyone knows about Africa’s diverse wildlife and dramatic landscapes, but fewer people know about its islands and pristine coastlines. Jasreen Mayal Khanna reveals her list of the best spots to soak up the sun Anse Source D’Argent, La Digue, SeychellesFeatured on numerous lists as one of the best beaches in …

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Ian Lemayian: The Lewa Conservancy Rhino Scientist

Ian Lemaiyan’s passion for wildlife and conservation is undisputed. Referred to as the ‘The Mother of all Rhinos’ by Save the Rhino, we caught up with him to talk about the Lewa Conservancy, Lewa Marathon and all things conservation. This is in preparation for the Lewa Marathon happening on June …

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#IWelcome: Victor Nyamori _ Refugee Officer

This World Refugee Week, we catch up with Victor Nyamori, a Refugee Officer at Amnesty International. He talks about working with refugees, the need to welcome refugees #IWelcome and how he likes his travel. Who is Victor Nyamori? I  am a father to beautiful a daughter and a husband to …

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World Refugee Day: Meet Andhira Kara

Every 20th June, people around the world gather to commemorate World Refugee Day. This Refugee Day, we caught up with with Andhira Kara, a refugee who has lived in Kakuma. She takes us through her love for giving back and the need to support refugees. 1.How would you best describe …

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EATP: Pushing East Africa’s Tourism Agenda

Cross border movement across the East African region has realized an average year on year growth of 2% since 2014. This is according to the East African Tourism Platform, which while marking 5 years of existence, notes that in 2015 the number of regional tourist arrivals from within the EAC …

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