10/02/2012 | Lilly Peel
Avez-vous une histoire à raconter sur le changement climatique? Voulez-vous assister à la Conférence des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (COP 18) à Doha, au Qatar pour faire les reportages sur les événements avec TerrAfrica Green Radio? Si la réponse est oui, alors lisez la suite!
09/24/2012 | Kaidia Samaké
Women traditionally cannot own land in Mali, making it hard for rural women to earn money. Kaidia explains how the women’s association in her village helps women earn money and distributes loans.
08/29/2012 | Kaidia Samaké
So far the rains have been good and Kaidia has started planting crops for the next season. But without a bull to help plough her land she has to choose between sowing the seeds late or sowing them without ploughing.
08/20/2012 | Lilly Peel
In Kaidia’s latest blog she tells us that children are the worst affected by the hungry season. Malnutrition means they are more susceptible to illnesses, such as relapses of malaria, and are unable to work in the fields to sow the next season’s crops.
08/16/2012 | Mary Madiga
“We have no land, no education and little power to make decisions. So, we don’t have a voice.” In her own words, our blogger Mary Madiga explains why she has joined a movement fighting for a new state: Telangana.
08/15/2012 | Lilly Peel
For almost a year we have been following the life of Kaidia Samaké who lives in the village of Gwelekoro in Mali. With a food crisis currently sweeping the Sahel, Kaidia’s blogs trace how the annual ‘hungry season’ intensified, pushing her family and other villagers to the brink of starvation.
07/30/2012 | Kaidia Samaké
As the food crisis worsens in Mali, our blogger Kaidia Samaké fears she will not be able to fast for all of Ramadan because she does not have the nutritious food needed to to break her fast when the sun goes down each evening.
05/17/2012 | Kaidia Samaké
“We know we are destroying our environment… but we don’t have any choice.”
05/16/2012 | Bhan Sahu
Citizen journalism and knowledge-sharing can make an impact, and Bhan’s work shows it. She blogs about how she helps people in remote conflict areas, who often can’t read or write, use the internet and mobile phones to make themselves heard.
04/30/2012 | Bhan Sahu
Bhan Sahu blogs about a new campaign she is organising, helping those who are being displaced from fertile farmland to make room for 34 thermal power plants.