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Supporting Survivors of the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda

The incike Initiative supports a portion of the population that was greatly affected by the Genocide against the Tutsis in 1994. It is an initiative by the Young ICT entrepreneurs association under kLab and the ICT Chamber. Its mission is to use technology to support elderly survivors above the age of 70, whose family members were decimated.…

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Towards greener cities in Egypt and Germany

Growing Grassroots: Changing Cities in a Changing Climate *Arabic Below* Green areas in cities are often called the “lungs of a city”. They are good for the air, for the climate and bring about a better quality of life to the city’s population. Do you like sitting in green areas or have you even thought…

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Indigenous Peoples’ Right to Health post-2015

Originally published by culturalsurvival.org. Putting African Indigenous Peoples’ Right to Health on the Post-2015 Development Agenda The right to health is the most basic of human rights, argues Indigenous Maasai scholar Ben Koissaba, of Kenya, in conclusion to his participation at the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples that took place September 2014 in New York.  “[It’s]…