What is Coronavirus

The name for this kind of virus comes from the crownlike spikes it has on its surface — “corona” is Latin for “crown.” Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses that infect mostly bats, pigs and small mammals. In rare cases, they are what scientists call zoonotic, meaning they can be transmitted from animals to humans, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.   How does it spread Like other coronaviruses – such as the common cold – the virus is spread via droplets when a person coughs or sneezes. It can also…

Equatorial Guinea to aid China $2M  towards Fight Against Coronavirus

According to the latest updates, the coronavirus has killed almost 500 people worldwide, mostly Chinese citizens and infected over 24,000 people MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, February 5, 2020/ — Equatorial Guinea’s Council of Ministers has agreed to support China’s fight against the coronavirus with a $2 million solidarity contribution this week. Chaired by H.E. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the Council of Ministers expressed its deepest support and solidarity to the Chinese Government in their fight against the global outbreak. According to the latest updates, the coronavirus has killed almost 500 people…

AVPA Secures Ksh. 100 Million Partnership with USADF for Social Impact

The African Venture Philanthropy Alliance (AVPA) has signed a KES 100 million shillings partnership with the United States African Development Foundation (USADF) to connect and empower investors looking to support organizations willing to address societal issues over the next four years. The funds are provided by USADF – an African-led US enterprise development agency that empowers vulnerable communities to create sustainable livelihoods – and will be disbursed in amounts of 25 million shillings every year for the next four years to tackle issues affecting people ranging from health, education, financial…

Dandora kids make history as the first Kenyan talents to feature in a Cartoon Network show

Some 9 school-going children aged between 7-14 yrs, from Dandora slums, will be the first Kenyan talents to feature in a Cartoon Network (CN) show. The Cartoon Network Pop Up Party Show will be beamed to a global audience from 29th Feb. It is also the first show for the network to be shot in Kenya. The 9 dynamic talents will be performing today’s trendiest dance moves including Bazokizo, Shaku Shaku, Vimbada, Gwara Gwara among others. The talents will produce 8 brand new stylish videos highlighting one dance style performed…