What do Jane Addams, Maria Montessori and Muhammad Yunus have in common? All are exemplary social entrepreneurs, leaders who have identified sustainable solutions to social problems that have fundamentally changed society. Read more about social entrepreneurs in this document.
This is the first report from Mauritius about its progress towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals to monitor human development.
Ethical Leadership and Moral Regeneration: African Religion’s Response by Dr Nokuzola Mndende of the Icamagu Institute, Cape Town
Social entrepreneurs are individuals with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing social problems. They are ambitious and persistent, tackling major social issues and offering new ideas for wide-scale change. Read this interesting document for further information.
The decolonization of Africa, of which the dismantling of apartheid in South Africa is a recent example, led to a greater recognition of the wide variety of religions practising on its soil. Learn more in this interesting article.
Mozambique national report: a look through a gender lens.
African spirituality that shapes the concept of Ubuntu: a paper by M J S Masango (University of Pretoria).
A presentation which outlays the global HIV/AIDS pandemic and its effects, focused specifically on the role which the media can play in the fight against AIDS.
Swaziland’s report on national progress towards the Millennium Development Goals.
A presentation detailing the Millennium Development Goal of Environmental Sustainability as it pertains to the global resource of water and its use and conservation in Africa.