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Category: Africa

Tianna Mobley

Reading Time: 4 minutes Born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida, Tianna Mobley is a master’s student of Comparative, International, and Global History at Georgetown University in Washington DC. In 2019, she spent a semester abroad at the University of Edinburgh, where she conducted an independent research project on black history in Scotland. Last November she decided to launch a […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes Consultant surgeon Dr Leo Cheng was in Senegal serving with an international surgical care charity when news of the coronavirus started to circulate. Now that the peak of the pandemic appears to have passed in the UK, he reflects on the experience and whether it has changed his outlook on life. Degree: BDS Dentistry, 1985 […]

Dorcas Amoh-Mensah

Reading Time: 3 minutes Dorcas Amoh-Mensah remembers always being cold in Edinburgh when she was studying as a Global Mastercard Foundation Scholar. Now she’s in warmer climes, in her home country of Ghana, adjusting to a new way of living and supporting local businesses to continue beyond the challenges presented by Covid-19 through her work with the charity Challenges Worldwide.   Degree: MSc Africa and International […]

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