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· November, 2011

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from November, 2011

Kenya: Life in Dadaab, the World's Largest Refugee Camp

Around 75 percent of all refugees are believed to reside in countries neighboring their own, and this is particularly true in Kenya, where approximately 450,000 people inhabit the world's largest...

Nigeria: Celebrating Nigerian Fashion in Abuja

Ghana: Visual Artist Meets Nicest People on Earth

Madagascar: Population Grows Tired of Power Outage

Nigeria : Homes made of Plastic Bottles

Tanzania: How Not to Launch a Data.gov

Africa: Open Doors 2012: Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa

Kenya: Africa’s Story of Mobile Conquest

South Sudan/Sudan: Refugee Narrates Her Emotional Story

Tanzania: The Faces That Rocked Swahili Fashion Week

Malawi: The President Talks Better in English Than Chichewa

D. R. Congo: The Stolen Future of the Pygmy People

Côte d'Ivoire: Pregnancy and Lifestyle

Liberia: Giving Free Press a Second Chance

The judgment in the controversial media closure case in Liberia gave justice a rare opportunity to prevail. On November 7 the Liberian government shut down three media houses for allegedly...

Kenya: The Maasai Flame

Gabon's UNESCO Bailout: International Solidarity at What Price?

Ali Bongo, President of Gabon, has agreed to offer $2 million USD to UNESCO, following the launch of an emergency fund to compensate for the loss of funding from the...

Sao Tome and Principe: Community Radio Takes Advantage of Social Media

Cape Verde: Delicious Blogging on Local Gastronomy

Cameroon: A Cameroonian Artist in London

Cameroon: 5th International Festival of Fulani Arts and Tradition

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