As part of the cycle of online meetings “Harambee Dialogues” and on the occasion of International Africa Day 2021, Harambee is promoting a reflection on Tuesday, May 25 at 4 pm.
For every kilometer he runs, Pietro D’Arpa, Harambee manager and volunteer, asks his friends to make a donation to support the training of nurses in Kinshasa, DR Congo. The occasion is the Geneva Half Marathon in which he will...
DR. Congo/Céline Tendobi’s mission is to save mothers and their babies, thanks also to the Forfait Mama project
R. Dem. Congo has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth and a lack of adequate and timely care. Infant mortality, in some areas, is as high as 40%...
The second phase of the Emergency Campaign responds to the latest needs that have emerged and the challenges faced by hospitals in a context of severe social and economic crisis. In particular, the aim is to ensure
What is the impact of Harambee’s initiatives in Nigeria, in this particularly difficult time? What are the main difficulties? How can we best work together to overcome the crisis?
Despite the recent murder of the Italian ambassador, there is hope for a brighter future in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The ambassador of Italy to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) was murdered on February 22. Forty-three-year old Luca Attanasio, who...
DR Congo. Harambee’s Project Ensures Education to Children Victims of Conflict in the Area of the Diocese of Luiza.
The Yangala area, to which the Luiza territory belongs, is one of the most fragile within the Kasai region. Characterized by a serious humanitarian crisis, due to the consequences of the violent conflict of 2016
Screening continues at the Niger Foundation Hospital in Enugu, thanks to support from Harambee. There is no certainty about the true extent of the epidemic because the number of tests available remains low.
Approximately 54% of Africa’s working population depends on the agricultural sector for their livelihoods, especially family farming activities. Agriculture not only feeds families, but also provides jobs and promotes the growth of the rural economy and development.
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, Harambee proposes a zoom meeting with Duni Sawadogo, winner of the Harambee Prize 2021 for the Promotion and Equality of African Women.
The next meeting in the “Harambee Dialogues” cycle will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2021, at 6 pm, to examine issues related to African current affairs in times of global crisis.
According to the FAO-WFP report, 27 countries in the world are now on the brink of food crises due to COVID-19, including Mozambique.
Harambee Africa International is launching the 9th International Prize, “Communicating Africa” to help create a more accurate image of Africa, one that reflects the existing conflicts but also shows the reasons for hope;
The new pandemic does not particularly affect rural areas, one could say that they are almost spared, but it has generated unemployment and poverty: distancing measures have led to increased transport costs and the closure of businesses; the international...
Africa is slated to hold 13 national elections. Roughly half of these are in the Horn and the central Sahel and where five countries, undertaking elections this year, are facing armed conflict. Last February 28th, Harambee hosted a webinar...
Following the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa, Harambee launched an emergency campaign to support partner hospitals particularly dedicated to assisting the most vulnerable segments of the population.
In 2021, several countries in Sub-Saharan Africa will be involved in general elections at a time when the economic and social consequences of the global Coronavirus pandemic will be a particular concern.
Spain. Duni Sawadogo, Ivorian scientist, is the Winner of the 2021 Harambee Prize for the Promotion and Equality of African Women.
The Harambee Prize for the Promotion and Equality of African Women, promoted by the Harambee Committee of Spain, has been awarded this year to Duni Sawadogo, creator of the project: “Women and Science”
In the current situation of health crisis, the socio-economic consequences are dire with a devastating impact on the most vulnerable. In this context, Harambee is launching a fundraising campaign for 2021 to support initiatives promoted by African organisations in...
The global crisis caused by COVID-19 has also affected the Institut Supérieur en Sciences Infirmières (ISSI) in Kinshasa (DRC), in particular the continuity of the training of female students and the access of new students.
In these months of health emergency, thanks to your contribution, we have supported the commitment of our partner hospitals in favor of the most fragile.
Yesterday, Wednesday, December 2, a meeting was held on the meaning and objectives of Pope Francis’ last Encyclical, reflecting particularly on the African context. The meeting was promoted by Harambee Africa International and the Pontifical University of the Holy...
Harambee Dialogues. Webinar: “The independence of Nigeria 60 years later”. Wednesday, December 9, H.18:00
As part of the cycle of online meetings to learn more about current events in the various African realities, Harambee proposes a reflection on the “Giant”, the most populous country in Africa and the main economy of the Continent.
It is precisely in a time of greater vulnerability that macro and micro resilience processes are set in motion to resist and react to the crisis, transforming it, if possible, into opportunities for growth. And this is the theme...
In Cameroon the agricultural system, it is estimated, contributes 25% of GDP but, despite absorbing about 50% of the population, young people tend to migrate to the cities or abroad in search of new life and work opportunities.