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FOREIGN AID TO AFRICA

By on April 6, 2012 in Africa Category, Global Category
FOREIGN AID TO AFRICA

Does foreign aid help or hurt Africa in the long run? Based on 50 years of foreign aid’s poor record, we think we know the answer.

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BEAUTY AROUND THE GLOBE

By on January 1, 2012 in Africa Category, Global Category

Beauty has always been in the beholder’s eye, but it is also a window into a country’s psyche.

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EYE IN THE SKY

By on November 1, 2011 in Africa Category

The internal strife on the African continent has made it almost impossible to build a strong communication infrastructure.
But things are starting to change. Multiple countries in Africa already have satellites in orbit, some used for disaster monitoring and tracking endangered species, such as gorillas.

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RETURN TO KAFUE PART II

By on September 1, 2011 in Africa Category, Wildlife Category

Seventeen years ago, when Eddie Frank led his anti-poaching mission through the grasslands of Kafue National Park, there were less than 1,000 tourists visiting Kafue each year. Today, over 7,000 visitors enter the park annually, and the elephant are back, no longer terrified by the sight of humans. In Kafue, the tide is slowly turning.

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RETURN TO KAFUE PART I

Tusker founder Eddie Frank organized an anti-poaching mission in Kafue National Park, Zambia’s oldest and largest park, in the summer of 1994.

During the mission, Eddie and his team were shot at many times as they worked to confiscate illegal ivory and meat, and catch government officials red-handed in the game. Their fearlessness made them local legends.

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