Showing posts from December, 2012

Africa is a Country blog: "Social Media in Africa's Revolutions"

Read in Africa is a Country , this article about an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA) in Brooklyn, NY:

Getting to Zero, event organized by the Harvard African Law Association

Tracey Masella and Rolande Hodel On November 30, the Harvard African Law Association hosted a fundraising event: Getting to Zero , in honor of World Aids Day. The Harvard African Law Association ’s mission is to “unite African students and students interested in Africa, and increase awareness of legal, social and economic issues that shape and concern the continent of Africa”. Two nonprofit organizations were invited to present their organizations’ activities:  Medical Relief Association (MRA) and AIDSfreeAFRICA . The evening’s Master of Ceremonies was Sedoo Manu; the moderator, Mr. Nana Okyir; Sia Henry was one of the organizers and main point person. All three are students at Harvard Law. The audience on November 30 Tracey Masella, Board Chair of MRA, showed us a video of the goat farm recently inaugurated by MRA in Kenya. MRA’s mission is to help families affected by AIDS the means to earn a livelihood and lead healthy lives. To achieve this goal, MRA donates dairy