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Ghana’s Nancy Abu-Bonsrah is Johns Hopkins’ First Black Female Neurosurgeon Resident

Nancy Abu-Bonsrah is making waves and history as the first black female neurosurgeon resident at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine ...
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Rwandan Genocide Survivor, Claudine Humure, on Changing Prosthetics for the Developing World

Claudine Humure is a remarkable Rwandan genocide survivor whose story includes losing a leg to cancer and falling in love ...
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Nneile Nkholise on Leading South Africa’s Prosthetic Industry

At just 27, Nneile Sandra Alexandrina Nkholise is founder and director of iMED Tech Group, a South African company which uses ...
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Judith Adem Owigar: Inspiring Kenyan Women in Tech

Although women still remain largely underrepresented in Kenya’s flourishing tech scene, there appears to be a handful of extraordinary females paving the way for more women ...
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How Technology Can Empower African Women #BeBoldForChange

According to Intel's report women and the web, "on average across the developing world, nearly 25% fewer women than men ...
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Meet the Ladies Behind Skrife: The Online Solution for Those Who Hate To Write, But Constantly Need To

After months of being in private beta, Skrife, an online platform that creates quality written content, is officially launching to the ...
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God, Motivation and the Power of Not Giving Up – Patience Mboti

My name is Patience Dzidzeme Mboti, and I am a 25 year old HND Mechanical Engineering graduate of Cape Coast ...
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Levers in Heels meets the African Science Academy for girls

During our recent visit to the African Science Academy (ASA) based in Ghana, our founder, Larisa Bowen-Dodoo, spoke about Levers in ...
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