Deborah Adesina shares the importance of community and stakeholder engagement in raising awareness of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Olakunle Oginni discusses his research investigating the relationship between sexual minority status and adverse mental and physical health in Nigeria.
Priscilla Ablordeppey highlights the impact of her work implementing accessible and low-cost eye care services for rural communities in the Agona West Municipality in Central Region, Ghana.
Mia Pistorius highlights ongoing challenges to inclusivity, diversity and equity in the arts.
Christine Wanjala reflects on her current and past work providing education programmes for all in emergency settings, from children in post-conflict South Sudan to refugees in Ethiopia.
Joham Aziz examines the social and economic wellbeing of Pakistan’s transgender community, known as Khawaja Sira, since the introduction of the Transgender Persons Act 2018.
Delivering inclusive access to sexual and reproductive health and family planning information and services for marginalised communities in Kenya
Hezron Ochieng shares the importance of equity and inclusion in delivering sexual and reproductive health and family planning information and services for marginalised communities in Kenya.
Nabila Okino shares how she founded ‘The Continental Approach’, a women-led and African-owned media company for African voices and narratives to share knowledge, promote African experiences, and influence policy makers.
Afolabi Fajemilo shares how he founded the Festus Fajemilo Foundation to improve healthcare for those with spina bifida and hydrocephalus in Nigeria and the ongoing impact of its programmes and activities