CNN: Braving lions to deliver Maasai nomads’ vaccines – Delivering GAVI’s lifesaving vaccinations to children and families in need is a persistent challenge in Africa. But in Tanzania there is a further challenge: delivering vaccinations to its nomadic tribes constantly searching for water and fresh pastures. The search can span over 100 km, with untold dangers along the way. (Chris Endean)
NPR: A Battle For The Stolen Childhoods Of Kenyan Girls – Even today, many girls in Africa face the reality of being sold into marriage or prostitution and having their childhoods robbed from them. But with the roots of the problem in extreme poverty, solving the problem may only come with the end of poverty. (John Burnett)
VOA: Botswana Again Wins Title as Africa’s Least Corrupt Nation – Despite its reputation for being a mineral rich nation, Botswana has once again taken the title as Africa’s least-corrupt country. Yet there is still much work to be done. (Anita Powell)
Reuters: UK freezes aid to Rwanda over Congo rebel claims – As evidence stacks up against Rwanda, the UK has cut aid to the country due to reports of their government assisting rebel groups in the DRC.