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What Else? episode 7: Sex Education

On this episode our two hosts Wanjiku Mwaura and Eddy Micah Jr. talk about Sex. Sex education specifically. What do you think? Is sex education important? Or do you think it is 'un-African'?

What Else? Episode 6 – Is farming sexy for young people?

Is farming sexy enough for today's youth? Join Wanjiku Mwaurah and Eddy Micah Jnr as they chew over the question. We'll also hear from one of our followers School Farms about their views. What do you think? Take part in the debate by commenting below.

The 77 Percent

77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. Those 77 percent can shape the continent's future. We join African youths as they share their stories, their dreams and their challenges. Are you part of the 77 percent?

Ivory Coast: Entrepreneur with a mission

Marie Konaté is an enterpreneur with a mission. She buys only local products and half her workforce are women. She sells porridge for babies and other food products.

The Meat Revolution

In many countries, insects are considered a delicacy. Now a startup wants to bring them to Germany in an eco-friendlier burger that has more protein and iron than beef burgers – but produces 100 times less CO2 emissions.

Wind of Change: The Do-it-Yourself Windmill

A group of German students has developed a kit that enables anyone to build their own windmill in a week - from local materials. Having built one in Berlin, they're now inspiring others as far away as Sierra Leone.

Restoring Dignity of Victims of War

Ugandan peace activist Victor Ochen experienced the terror of the Lord's Resistance Army first hand. He now provides medical and psychological support for the victims through his African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET).

Doing Your Bit: Sustainable vibes

Nigerian enterprise SustyVibes - which is short for sustainable vibes - creates content and organizes events in ways that make young people want to stay informed and take eco action.

Seeking justice for helpless inmates

Malawian prisons are known for their appalling conditions. Inmates wait for longer periods as investigations are carried out. Most of them don't even know they have a right to a lawyer.

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