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Using comedy to tell the African story

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: January 2022

Top comedian, Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki’s organization - Laugh Industry – is providing a platform and job opportunities for young artists in East Africa, sees opportunities in the AfCFTA.
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Top comedian, Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki’s organization - Laugh Industry – is providing a platform and job opportunities for young artists in East Africa, sees opportunities in the AfCFTA.
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Africa’s Free Trade Area to boost the creative industry, generate jobs for the youth

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: December 2021

These include visual and performing arts, crafts, cultural festivals, photography, music, dance, film, fashion, video games, digital animation, publishing, architecture, and more.
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Raphael Obonyo
These include visual and performing arts, crafts, cultural festivals, photography, music, dance, film, fashion, video games, digital animation, publishing, architecture, and more.
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An image of Wangari Maathai

‘The legacy of Wangari Maathai continues’

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: March 2021

— says daughter Wanjira Mathai on Wangari Maathai Day and Africa Environment Day.
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— says daughter Wanjira Mathai on Wangari Maathai Day and Africa Environment Day.
An image of Wangari Maathai, Nobel Laureate and newly appointed UN Messenger of Peace.
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An image of Wangari Maathai
Solar home systems benefits a family in rural communities of Rwanda.

Push for renewables: How Africa is building a different energy pathway

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: January 2021

Countries accelerate use of renewable energy and are leading energy transition efforts.
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Countries accelerate use of renewable energy and are leading energy transition efforts.
Solar home systems benefits a family in rural communities of Rwanda.
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Solar home systems benefits a family in rural communities of Rwanda.
Thermal power station at Takoradi, Ghana

Africa must address its debt burden once the pandemic is under control

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: September 2020

— says World Bank Vice President
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— says World Bank Vice President
Thermal power station at Takoradi, Ghana
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Thermal power station at Takoradi, Ghana
Former Al Shabaab combatants attend their graduation ceremony at Baidoa Rehabilitation Center, Somalia on 20 June 2019.          UN Photo

African youth and the growth of violent extremism

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Youth empowerment is key to success for peaceful alternatives that keep them engaged
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Youth empowerment is key to success for peaceful alternatives that keep them engaged
Former Al Shabaab combatants attend their graduation ceremony at Baidoa Rehabilitation Center, Somalia on 20 June 2019.          UN Photo
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Former Al Shabaab combatants attend their graduation ceremony at Baidoa Rehabilitation Center, Somalia on 20 June 2019.          UN Photo
Aya Chebbi, African Union Youth Envoy

Young people can capably lead Africa into the future

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: April 2019 - July 2019

— Aya Chebbi, African Union Youth Envoy
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— Aya Chebbi, African Union Youth Envoy
Aya Chebbi, African Union Youth Envoy
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Aya Chebbi, African Union Youth Envoy
Students of the Africa Leadership University School of Business graduate in Kigali.

Preparing Africa’s graduates for today’s jobs

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: April 2019 - July 2019

Experts call for modernising school curricula to match a rapidly changing labour market
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Experts call for modernising school curricula to match a rapidly changing labour market
Students of the Africa Leadership University School of Business graduate in Kigali.
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Students of the Africa Leadership University School of Business graduate in Kigali.
Raphael Obonyo

Raphael Obonyo: From poverty to the pinnacles of power

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: April 2018 - July 2018

A Kenyan boy’s odyssey
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A Kenyan boy’s odyssey
Raphael Obonyo
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Scorpio R. Khoury, the 26-year old Rwandese, owner of fashion house ‘Made in Kigali’. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn

Africa looks to its entrepreneurs

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: April 2016

A useful strategy in the toolbox to reduce youth unemployment
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A useful strategy in the toolbox to reduce youth unemployment
Scorpio R. Khoury, the 26-year old Rwandese, owner of fashion house ‘Made in Kigali’. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn
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Scorpio R. Khoury, the 26-year old Rwandese, owner of fashion house ‘Made in Kigali’. Photo: Panos/Sven Torfinn
Soldiers in South Sudan guarding the airport in Juba. Photo: Raphael Obonyo

Peace in South Sudan critical to regional stability

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By: Raphael Obonyo

Africa Renewal: August 2014

Continued fighting worries regional leaders
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Continued fighting worries regional leaders
Soldiers in South Sudan guarding the airport in Juba. Photo: Raphael Obonyo
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Soldiers in South Sudan guarding the airport in Juba. Photo: Raphael Obonyo
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