African women- roles and challenges

The Roles     I have spent today reflecting on the role of African women within African societies as well as the challenges that we have to overcome. I thought about the strong and hardworking African women in my life. The African women that wake up at dawn to work the land so that there is food on the table, the African women that go without in order to … [Read more...]

Access to Sanitation

Having access to a toilet is something that we in the West take for granted but the lack of access to sanitation including a toilet has implications for at least 2.6 Billion people in the developing world  as Mark Tran explains in The Guardian, Sanitation related diseases such as diarrhea impact the health of individuals and some argue and quite rightly that there is no point … [Read more...]

Most read posts on Ethnic Supplies this past week

Ethnic Supplies

A week ago I accepted a blogging challenge by Sarah Arrow. It involves me writing a blog daily for 30 days.  I must admit, I have found it challenging in more ways than one, such as finding the time to write and things to write about. I have stuck with the challenge and here is a round of the most read posts on Ethnic Supplies since I took up the challenge 10 Lessons I have … [Read more...]