Sally Keys is a professional freelance writer with many years experience across many different areas. She made the move to freelancing from a stressful corporate job and loves the work-life balance it offers her.
When not at work, Sally enjoys reading, hiking, spending time with her family and travelling as much as possible.
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The Africa Food Prize is an annual monetary prize of $100,000 given to an organization, or individuals who are making a real difference to African agriculture. The prize encourages the use of technology and innovation in food production and looks to make an improvement to food security.
Food, shelter and clothing are basic needs for the humankind; but, without an adequate standard of living, these core principles are hard to achieve. With less than ten percent of Africans living in decent housing in urban areas, the need for affordable, sustainable technology for housing has never been greater. Most African governments have backed the concept of prefabricated housing and realize that it is an ideal solution to close the gap of housing problems in their countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 150,000 annual deaths in low-income countries are brought about by the adverse effects of climate change. It’s time to open our eyes and realize that overall health concerns are greatly affected by the world around us and it’s time for serious positive action.
Research undertaken by Greentech Media (GTM) predicts that over the next five years, the global solar market will demonstrate a cumulative average growth rate of around 8%, with emerging economies including India and Latin America leading the progress.