She owns - we prosper

Allowing women in Africa to own land and houses would help reduce homelessness and slum area growth. They have raised their voices about it in Brussels during the European Development Days.

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About African cities

According to Mathabo Makuta, the international aid for Africa is mainly targeting rural areas. Since a growing number of people are migrating to cities, we should shift our focus onto the urban issues. 

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Made by people

Good urban planning can reflect all - the citizens needs, interests of all partners and national policy goals. Cities’ growth should not be a random thing, but a well-planned process that ensures equal opportunities and decent housing for all.

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Securing the Future of Lesotho's Orphans

The Kingdom of Lethoso is a dichotomy. Tourists are amazed by it breathtaking views of mountains and valleys. But 70% of the country's population of 2 million, of which 300,000 are orphans, live in poverty.

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A remarkable woman

Mamolelekeng is a remarkable woman. She's 82. And she is single-handedly raising five orphaned great grandchildren by herself.

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