KOB Fabrik

We first became aware of KOB Fabrik, when Tracy sent us an email informing us of her work. “I would like to introduce to you KOB Fabrik, an art studio developing innovative fabric concepts”, says Tracy Kobukindo, the 24 year old founder of this initiative. KOB Fabrik’s, recent nationally recognised design project features the fusion of fabric with a […]

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Young, African And Studying in The Diaspora

By Maria Dombaxi From Benin to Ethiopia, Angola to Tanzania, many African women are leaving the comfort of their homes to get a higher education abroad. They go through the ups and downs of living in the diaspora, making new friends, missing their families to get the education they deserve. Living in different cities around […]

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Fighting Against Female Genital Mutilation

On November 25th last year, I first came across the International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women and on Feb 6th I became aware of another event, the International Day of Zero Tolerance against Female Genital Mutilation. That whole week I was inundated with emails from all the international organisations I am subscribed to, […]

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Women and Inheritance of Ancestral Land

Inheritance: That which is or may be inherited; that which is derived by an heir from an ancestor or other person; a heritage; a possession passes by descent. Heir: A person who obtains right or ownership to property upon death of an ancestor, where there is no will left by the ancestor. Inheriting of ancestral […]

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