Felly, Meskerem, Freda, Janet and the others all live along the Nile. It’s them, these
contemporary heroines of African economic emergence that this magnificent web documentary called "The Valley of the Queens" invites us to discover. The film traces the lives of these heroines of the contemporary world, these women who live along the Nile, fish, eat or work at the National Water and Sanitation Company;, making water a daily debate.
A few days before the deconfinement in Morocco, the premises of the booksellers of a popular district of Marrakech, already hard hit by the Covid-19 crisis, caught fire following a fire, taking with it most of the works. To come to the help of the poor merchants, it is a formidable solidary movement which has spread around them.
Œuvrer pour l’intérêt général, s’engager, donner de son temps. Plusieurs études soulignent qu’une entreprise qui permet à ses collaborateurs de contribuer à une humanisation de la société remporte bien plus largement leur adhésion et suscite la cohésion entre les équipes.
Novissi, or solidarity in Ewe, is the universal income programme carried out by direct monetary transfer to families who lost their income during the Covid-19 crisis in Togo. An innovation on the African continent that has made it possible to help 600,000 people.
Anaïs is French, she's 23 years old. A few months before the start of the health crisis, she got a dream internship in Morocco, in Taghazout, on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. She arrived at the beginning of February 2020 and started her Moroccan life with great people, surfing and the chance to discover culinary specialities. In March, the borders closed and she found herself confined in the camp closed to the public, with a dozen people stuck like her in paradise.
Even though colonisation has cut Africa in two for the past twenty years, the attention of the Moroccans has been turned towards the South. The country has positioned itself against the global trend that saw Africa as a hopeless continent. In these times of health crisis that has affected the world, Morocco has demonstrated the solidity of its relations with Africa by accompanying fifteen or so countries during the various phases of their management of the health crisis.
Considered as the "star" of soft skills, emotional intelligence is THE skill to be acquired in order to have a good position in the company. An increasingly strong need that allows to consolidate teams, to work in good intelligence while letting the emotions of each other express themselves.
The health crisis has forced associations throughout the world to reorganize their actions to meet a growing need for food among the most underprivileged, who have been severely affected by the consequences of confinement. A quick tour of the world of the packed lunches that have been distributed.
"Racism Continues to Kill," "Black Lives Matter," "Justice for Adama," These slogans have been scrolling non-stop on the news feeds of our social networks since the death of George Floyd in the United States on May 25th. A police blunder that has rekindled the fight against racism and makes us want to remember the great historical figures who fought peacefully against racism and civil rights around the world.
Solidarity with everyone! The Spanish government had promised it, the Coronavirus crisis has accelerated things. As of June 1st, hundreds of families will receive help to have a minimum income.
Launching a blog in the midst of a health crisis is more than a gamble, but a real need!
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