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Rainbird Tales AudioVisual Book

Rainbird Tales AudioVisual Book

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Rainbird Tales AudioVisual Book.
Rainbird Tales AudioVisual Book contains five animal stories written and narrated by children from Bignet Education Centre in Nairobi and a story from Finnish countryside.
The Book is a product of “Rainbird Tales Kenya – Environment through the Eyes of Slum Children” initiative run by Marita Rainbird in Kenya in February – December 2014.
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Reading suggestion on African Contributions to Science and Technology

Blacks and Science Volume Two: West and East African Contributions to Science and Technology & Intellectual Life and Legacy of Timbuktu Published on October 16, 2013 | Written by Mr Robin Walker (Author) Did YOU know any of the following facts.
The Bamoun Kingdom, now in today’s Cameroon, has 7,000 surviving manuscripts in their own script Timbuktu astronomers… October 31, 2014 in ,.
> Digital technology towards the Global South < QuickDo’s activity is divided into three main areas: The development of ecosystems for a large public to further enrich the supply of products and services in the Global South, and to create new opportunities of development of growth and of better living (QuickDo-Market and QuickDo-BookBox) Consulting on computerization for… December 19, 2013 in , , , ,.

Chinua Achebe (pron.: /ˈtʃɪnwɑː əˈtʃɛbeɪ/, born Albert Chinualumogu Achebe

16 November 1930 – 21 March 2013) was a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor, and critic.

He was best known for his first novel and magnum opus, Things Fall Apart (1958)

which is the most widely read book in modern African literature.

[…]     (Wikipedia, Chinua Achebe, as of Mar


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Reading suggestion: THE STREET BOY IN SUIT by George Kwaku Anyaba

– The Memoirs of an Orphaned Street Child – About the book Sometimes we become victims of circumstances that are not our making and it is indeed our decisions, not the conditions of our lives that determine our destiny.
Poverty is neither beautiful nor beneficial.
It prevents visionary and ambitious people from attaining self- fulfillment .
The… October 28, 2012 in.

“Why Are We Surprised?” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie about the geography of mind

The following is a repost from bookslive.co.za/blog Video: “Why Are We Surprised?” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Keynote Speech at the Nordic Africa Institute by Luso on Oct 24th, 2012 Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the acclaimed Nigerian author of Purple Hibiscus, The Thing Around Your Neck and the Orange Prize-winning Half of a Yellow Sun, recently gave the keynote speech at the Nordic Africa… October 24, 2012 in , , , ,.
International Poetry Festival Poetry Africa in Durban 15-20 October Poetry Africa on Tour 6-13 October Download Durban programme flyer PDF here The popularity of the spoken word is evident in the powerful performance arc that threads through the 16th edition of Poetry Africa.
Music is also a prominent presence in this landmark festival organised by the… October 8, 2012 in , , , ,.
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