Philanthropy: NAMA Awards 2017

  This year, I am incredibly proud to a sponsor at the National Arts Merits Awards (NAMA) in Zimbabwe.  My brand, Tribal Sands is sponsoring the category of ‘Outstanding First Creative Published Writing. I love reading, so much can come from reading. Books are growth, reading is development,  we must all do all I can … Continue reading Philanthropy: NAMA Awards 2017

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Philanthropy

A moment with Debbie Ariyo OBE 3rd AFRUCA Summit on African Children and Families in The South of England 2015 AFRUCA Children’s Champion Workshop Extract From Spotlight on AFRUCA Volunteering at  AFRUCA Summit 2014

Global Health Cafe: The Role of Cultural Practices

The Global Health landscape is changing and its community is as enthusiastic as ever. In May we gathered at the Health Foundary and discussed the role of culture in Global Health. London School of Economincs student Dalia Majongwe presented on her work in Global Health Policy and then played us some delightful Mbira. London School … Continue reading Global Health Cafe: The Role of Cultural Practices

Exclusive interview with Dr Knox Chitiyo

  Tribal Sands  had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Knox Chitiyo, one of the leading figures in the African Diaspora. His commitment and insights into African development are commendable and inspiring. In this exclusive interview Knox warmly discusses his life, his love for music and his desires for the African continent to reach its full … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Dr Knox Chitiyo

Fashion

A moment with eccentric designer Diane Goldie A moment with Fashion Designer Pamela Samasuwo-Nyawiri‏

Current Affairs

On water on Mars, China in Africa on Arise TV Analysing US politics, Thailand bombings and Iraq inquiry The role of UN Women Officers in South Sudan Analyzing Charleston massacre, MERS epidemic, and the lovely Pope Discussing Migrants in Calais and gender violence in South Africa Arise Tv. Analysing South Africa, Nigeria and Burundi Dorcas … Continue reading Current Affairs

Other Posts

Historical beef between Rwanda and Burundi Cambridge Africa Business Network Conference 2015 Analyzing Austerities, Conflict in the Gulf and African Economies Gangs, Sexual Exploitation and Mental Health Analysis of War and Human Rights in Nigeria on Arise TV Fatoumata Diawara and Roberto Fonseca at Barbican Centre The Citizen Speaks in Burundi. Review on Arise TV … Continue reading Other Posts

Culture & Health

Women in Capoeira. LSC Exclusive with Global Health Lioness Dr Titilola Banjoko Gangs and Mental Health Interventions On Women Empowerment and Mental Health in Tanzania Awarded Mental Health Nurse 2015 Nursing Standards Awards 2015 Can a Ban on Witchcraft Protect People of Albanism in Tanzania Researching Gender Violence at The London School of Hygiene and … Continue reading Culture & Health

African Art

Awarded Mental Health Nurse 2015 Can a Ban on Witchcraft Protect People of Albanism in Tanzania Researching Gender Violence at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Interview with Professor Dr Vesile Senturk Cankorur Smokey death in Nepal Slum art and flying toilets in Kampala Scoping mental health in Tanzania Scotland My Dear Seminar … Continue reading African Art

Travel and wildlife

Miss Favela in New York Discussing Cecil the Lion, and Zuma’s compound Zimbabwe For Dinner Scotland My Dear Scoping mental health in Tanzania Dorcas Wins Scholarship To Undertake Research in Zimbabwe