In the heart of Tampere, Finland, where saunas outnumber citizens, I found myself immersed in a cultural phenomenon that transcends mere relaxation.
BALOZI wa Umoja wa Mataifa (UN) Tanzania, Ami Inbar ameeleza nia yake ya kuendelea kusaidia familia duni na jamii za wafugaji kubadili maisha yao kiuchumi.
At Kibuyuni, a coastal village in Kwale County, Kenya, Fatuma Mohammed (50), a mother of two, rises as the first rays of the sun gently kiss the horizon. Donning her traditional kanga, a colorful wrap around her waist, and another one on her head to cover her hair, Fatuma begins her journey to the shore.
When passion meets purpose, our lives become meaningful and then impactful.
Thirty-eight-year-old Nanozi Sandra* welcomes me with a smile. She is carrying a child on her back as she weighs and packs up plastic bottles in a huge sack. She displays a face of resilience.