Online Abortions Boomed During the Pandemic, and Not Just Because of Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic changed the way people all over the world accessed abortions. As lockdowns and other restrictions made it difficult to seek in-person terminations of unwanted pregnancies, some countries made-at-home abortions more accessible. In France, the government temporarily changed the law in April 2020 to allow at-home abortion until seven weeks…

Professor Freida Brown to serve as USIU-Africa Vice Chancellor in Interim Capacity

The United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) Council has announced the appointment of former Vice Chancellor Professor Freida Brown to serve as the Interim Vice Chancellor effective August 16, 2021. Speaking when he confirmed the appointment, the University Council Chairman Mr. Kris Ole-Senanu said her appointment is expected to run for…

The UK announces £132m of New Investments in Kenya and Backs Nairobi as an International Financial Centre

At the start of a three-day visit to the UK to co-host the Global Education Summit with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announce strengthened links between the City of London and Nairobi and welcome new investment package. The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab…