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Yvonne Nyaga

I am a versatile writer and UX designer. I contribute to various websites by writing and uploading engaging articles. I also create impactful newsletters that connect with audiences. Currently, I am expanding my expertise in website development, bringing creativity, technical skill, and a keen eye for detail to every project. In collaborating with clients, I am dedicated to delivering high-quality content that informs, inspires, and captivates.
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Africa doesn’t have a choice between economic growth and protecting the environment: how they can go hand in hand

By Lite Nartey Heathrow Airport in the UK currently uses more energy than the entire west African country of Sierra Leone. Despite Africa accounting for less than...

Senegal’s remote Bassari people talk about climate change, and how their local knowledge is key to coping strategies

By Anna Porcuna-Ferrer, Laura Calvet-Mir and Victoria Reyes-García The Bassari people, a farming community of about 20,000 people, live in an area between Senegal and...

How do I plan for my retirement? Step one – start right away

By Bomikazi Zeka Planning for retirement is important because it will help you build the nest egg you’ll need to financially sustain your retirement years. Past studies have...

Does sleep clear more toxins from the brain than when we’re awake? Latest research casts doubt on this theory

By Eleftheria Kodosaki There’s no doubt sleep is good for the brain. It allows different parts to regenerate and helps memories stabilise. When we don’t get enough sleep,...

Bicycles can change lives, especially in rural Africa – new report looks at their use in Ghana and Malawi

By Daniel Frey To many people around the world bicycles are a crucial means of transport, especially for carrying loads in rural areas. While their...

Hydropower damages river systems in Africa: how more solar and wind power can solve this problem

By Angelo Carlino, Andrea Castelletti and Rafael Schmitt Across the African continent, more than 300 new hydropower projects are planned to meet the growing demand for electricity. Some...

Cholera can kill you within hours if left untreated: how to recognise the symptoms and protect yourself

By Samuel Kariuki Cholera is a deadly disease caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, associated with poor sanitation and limited access to clean water. But...

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