is a freelance journalist and photographer, currently working in the Southern Africa region. In her work, she focuses especially on social justice, human rights and the environment.
Permaculture skills improve food security and generate income
A Zimbabwean NGO teaches local people about permaculture and agroecology. New skills have encouraged people to grow their food in a sustainable manner and start businesses around organic foods.
Climate change education requires different tools in urban and rural settings
African countries suffer disproportionately from the consequences of climate change, but have little control over climate policy.
Learning one knot at a time
A Zimbabwean social enterprise is teaching women the art of macramé. The women are also learning about sustainability and creative product development.
Grandmothers learn and teach about mental health in Zimbabwean communities
A health organization trained local grandmothers, gogos, to help tackle rising mental health problems in the area. Gogos are respected in the community and easy to approach.