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5 Questions with 15-year-old science champ Kpakpando Akaeze

Meet Kpakpando Akaeze, a 15 year-old high school student from Lagos, Nigeria. You may have heard of her when news spread around the world about a group of girls from Nigeria who designed a urine powered generator. Kpakpando's hobbies include traveling and conducting experiments. In January 2015, she...

What is real?

Posted no picture Mpilonde Shady Manyike

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Member since October 28, 2013
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Judge me after this; I do unconsciously admit I do not worship any form of deity, however let me substantiate myself, I fail to understand how my granny has been altered from "Unkoloko" to" God". not rebutting that, but maybe I should cross question my questioning, which could be motivated by the sudden acceptance of an Owl in the neighbour (that took some time to accept). help me with this: I do hear myself addressing myself as a lil devious demon in the acts of my wor...


What do you love?

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Member since May 14, 2014
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 14

We all encounter hardships in life, and sometimes it takes a long time to rise up, and overcome them. There is one video that I find to be uplifting when I’m feeling down, a video that grounds me and inspires me to keep going. I would like to share this video with you guys. ‘The Collaboration Project – Love by Jacksgap’ This video was a project, you had to send in what you love. Why is this video important to me? I came across this video during a very hard period of my...


Preguntas de un Venezolano.

Posted Avatar María José

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Member since January 7, 2015
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  • Age 17

La vida en un régimen dictatorial que ante el mundo se disfraza como democrático, es difícil, muy difícil no saber lo que realmente es vivir en paz, sin temores, sin miedos, sin preocuparse cada vez que tus hermanos salen de la casa, fingir que todo está bien mientras la inseguridad, la escasez y la pobreza toca tu puerta. Sin embargo debemos callar ya que la libertad de expresión solo es una palabra más sin significado en nuestras experiencias. Pero cómo tenerla si los...


Clean Water and Sanitation ( World Health Organization)

Posted no picture Caleb_UNSLCD_Hammonton_USA

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Member since November 17, 2014
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  • Age 17

780 million people still continue to suffer from unclean water . And more than 3.4 million people die annually from poor sanitation that cause disease. Many countries either lack the economical support to get clean water or the area is not able to hold water due to lack of rain. This causes the people of these areas to struggle. Since the late 40's clean water has been and epidemic ( Example - Geneva Convention 1949 - Article 89 - Sufficient drinking water shall be supplied to inte...


Happy 2015! Joyeuse année 2015!

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Member since July 2, 2014
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Happy 2015! The new year brings an enthusiasm for fresh start and endless possibilities, to tackle challenges. Joyeuse année 2015! Que la nouvelle année apporte un enthousiasme pour un début frais et des possibilités inépuisables et le renouvellement des défis


My Opinion on Poverty and Hunger

Posted Avatar Ryan_SJHSGlobalStudies_Hammonton_USA

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  • Age 16

Who: There are currently around 7.1 billion people in our world today. Most of these people will know the confort of a warm bed or know how good a warm meal tastes but there are some people who will not only not know these feelings but never will. Specifically I'm talking about 870 million people that livei in different countries. Some like Africa and India are very populated and their governments aren't able to provide for all of the citizens. What: Poverty and Hunger are...


My Voices of Youth Blogging Internship

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Member since February 13, 2014
  • 31 Posts
  • Age 20

As a young person and advocate Ive always liked looking for actions to take and opportunities to share that generate a positive impact, so as soon as I read there was a blogging internship chance for UNICEF I knew I wanted to participate I already read regularly posts by the time I applied and I even had an account myself, yet I never wrote a post until I was accepted and joined this awesome generation of bloggers and to be sincere all I could think was .. What if anybody wants t...


The Irony Behind Generation 'X'

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Member since January 6, 2015
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  • Age 18

When you hear the word GENERATION X, in TV’s and radios, it gives a different “arrive”, “power” and “style”. If you’re like 18-22 years old or in the mid-20’s, then you embody what you call GENERATION X. But I always wonder what does “X” stands for, considering youth today, if before, one great hero uttered that we are hope of the motherland…is it valid until now? As I can picture, GEN-X peoples are the ones who are always looking down not because they are...


The Value of Education

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Member since January 6, 2015
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  • Age 18

When the topic is all about studying, most probably you will see students rolling their eyes over, if not complaining, about the hellish examination they have recently undergone. While a very few have almost painted success at the back of their minds and have viewed the great horizons that hopefully awaits them, some are still searching, not even sure about how they are faring so far. Indeed, studying has been one of the most compelling and yet most overlooked issues teenagers face...


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