Uniting To Re-brand: Organizations Join Face2face Africa for the Grand Launching of F2FA Print and Digital Magazine
Africa Foundation, Jewish Heart for Africa, There is no Limit, Africa.com, The Network Journal, Africa Style Daily, NYU Stern in Africa, MacDella Cooper Foundation and Cocody Productions are some of the organizations coming together as partners for the launching of F2FA Magazine. These outstanding organizations all share the common goal of uniting and empowering African communities around the world.
Face2face Africa invites all to the grand launching of F2FA Print Magazine, a globally distributed multi-niche magazine serving all professionals and global citizens with an interest in the many increasing opportunities and potential within Africa. More info here http://bit.ly/xy4OkZ
There are common misconceptions in various African cultures, about women and fertility. In some parts of Africa women are seen as solely responsible for determining the sex of the child and a “disgrace” if they do not conceive during the first few years of their marriage.
The goal of the African Women’s Cancer Awareness Association is to empower Africans diagnosed with cancer to be their own best advocate. Please join the AWCAA for their 7th Annual Pink Ball on November 18th 2011 at the Hilton Washington Hotel, 1750 Rockville Pike, Rockville MD. 20854. For more information please click http://www.awcaa.org/. You can also contact Mrs. Ify Nwabukwu President and Founder, AWCAA at 301-565-0420.
A radical Islamist faction known as Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for recent attacks in Nigeria’s capital, which represent the most coordinated and wide-ranging assault yet in an increasingly bloody sectarian fight with Nigeria’s weak central government. The sect, which wants the strict implementation of Shariah law, said it would carry out more attacks.