The state of Medical Education in Africa

Medical education in Africa has significantly evolved over the years. From the time when there were only 5 medical schools in the region, to the expansion era after African countries achieved independence and now when the medical education structure is making efforts in providing mhealth programmes for students. Online courses have great potential of improving healthcare in Sub-Sahara Africa. However, the medical education department has had to face challenges including

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A tribute to mummy and daddy at the brink of forty

“Jeez I miss my Dad, time to give Tata a phone call.” The only problem is when two sanguines have a phone call prepare for long conversations on the loud side of life and with expressive conversation. There are times we can laugh for a full minute before going on with the story, hehehehe Daddy. This phone call calls for ample time and a secluded spot where I will not

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WHY I SHOULD LOVE MY BODY AND DIFFERENT BODY TYPES FOR WOMEN

This past week my beloved Wellness and Inspiration blog, “ Wacha niKwambie” focussed on dressing according to body shape for ladies. Beginning a month of focus in the blog dubbed,  October 2017 – My body, my dress, my choice – a focus on dressing according to body shape  and mandatory physical wellness checks for ladies and gents. However, one thing worth noting is that each of us must love our

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Online Education: Linking Up Africa With Some of the Best Colleges in the World

Sub-Saharan Africa’s Answer to Higher Education Bill Gates wrote in his 2015 letter to his foundation, that soon, world class education will just be several computer taps away, regardless of where anyone lives. The great news is that online education and e-learning has the power to knock down the geographical barriers to close the skill gap and ensure that everyone in Africa with access to the internet can attain a

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“My mind is clearer now.” A focus on Decluttering

The following interview takes place at one  Mr. Akili Timamu’s home at  the heart of Eastlands  Nairobi, Donholm or Donnie as it is fondly referred to by its residents. Kwambie is amazed by the level of order and organization in Mr. Akili Timamu’s Home which is a far cry from many homes in Nairobi but apparently it has not always been like this in Mr.  Akili Timamu’s life. Please read

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Do you have What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur

Do you have a driving passion beyond making money? Are you self disciplined? Can you take charge of your own destiny without having a boss of your own? Are you good at creating new professional relationships and maintaining them? Are you adaptable to change? Do you have a tendency to query the status quo? Are you disruptive? Are you self- confident and optimistic? Does job security mean to you being

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A Tribute to Jack, My Husband at the Brink of Forty

With seven weeks left to my 40th birthday and as they say, Life About to Begin, as a count down to the same, there are some special people I need to thank Jehovah for as they are the propelling force in my life I will celebrate each of them each week as I count down. This week I celebrate my husband Jack, as you can see we compliment each other

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Relationships with the In-Laws

This advice was obtained from the site, “ Focus on the family.” You owe your in-laws consistent civil behaviour. Your in-laws are not just anyone. They are connected to your spouse through genetics, history and psychological dynamics. If you have conflict with your in-laws your spouse may feel caught in the middle. If you feel in-laws are intruding into your married life you need to set boundaries. Honoring ones parents

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THE FOURTEEN DAY AGELESS GODESS PROGRAM BY DR. CHRISTIANE NORTHRUP

The fourteen day  Ageless Goddess program is  one that I undertook with gusto this past August. As I approach 40, now more than ever I am determined to live a full life of wellness that shuns all negative perceptions of ageing. The first day of the program is an affirmation that one shall not be bound by the negative perceptions of growing older and to throw from ones mind that

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Why we Invest

Whether we are investing in stocks, government bonds, business, farming ventures, land, real estate, education, intellectual property, health or our children and several other investment tools there are several reasons why we invest. We invest so that WE DO NOT HAVE TO WORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERATING INCOME for the rest of our lives. We all hope to find ourselves in a position where we are not working to

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