Author: sabirahoniyangi

Let’s Talk Religion — How Prayer Camps Address the Mental Healthcare Shortage

Let’s Talk Religion — How Prayer Camps Address the Mental Healthcare Shortage By: Sabirah Oniyangi and Ashley Hill  You can’t discuss African countries without hitting on the topic of religion. Religion is embedded into almost every facet of life — from laws to curriculum, and everything in-between. This is partly a remnant of colonial times […]

Is data the missing SDG?

Is Data the Missing SDG?  By: Sabirah Oniyangi and Ashley Hill  In 2015, the United Nations put into practice the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a specified continuation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Plain and simple, SDGs are a strategic blueprint for improving health and education, reducing inequality, and catalyzing economic growth. With a 15-year […]

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