Four Polish doctors from the Polish Foundation for Africa brought medical assistance to over 3,000 inhabitants of Mampikony, a district of Madagascar. The aim of the mission was to help people suffering from leprosy.
Poles, like every nation from the northern part of the continent, love the sun and tropics. But not everyone on vacation likes to lie lazily under palm trees. Dominik Skurzak, National Geographic photographer, has opened a tourist office, thanks to which travellers are changing the world for the better, actively helping local communities.
TFN speaks with Brother Maciej, a man helping some of Africa’s poorest people, and the woman who came to his aid by raising thousands for vital medical equipment.
From a simple pasta bar for students to global franchising, TFN chats to pals Przemysław Tymczyszyn and Marcin Szworak about the phenomenal success of their fast-food franchising.
Wrocław archeologists found that Homo Erectus travelled outside of Africa not only along the Nile river, but also through what is now a desert which used to be a humid area with plants and rivers leading to the Red Sea.
UNICEF Poland collected over PLN 1.5 mln (EUR 349,308 ) for children in South Sudan, the organisation announced on Friday. The money will be used to treat children suffering from malnutrition.
The Polish Press Agency’s only communist-era correspondent covering Africa, South America and Asia, Kapuściński, who died 12 years ago today, reported on 27 revolutions and coups before being fired for his support of Poland’s Solidarity movement. He is also one of the most translated Polish writers of all time.
Africa is a strong market, interesting to Europe and also very good for Polish companies; contacts established here by Polish businesspeople are very promising, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki declared at a press conference in Vienna on Tuesday.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki is leaving for Vienna later on Monday to take part in an Africa-Europe High-Level Forum on Tuesday, planned to focus on current and future innovation and digital cooperation between Europe and Africa.
With a population of 20 million people, 77 percent of the Burkina population don’t have the basic hygiene and security living standards set by the UN. The eco social housing project has created jobs for 30 local builders, in turn giving an opportunity for 120 trainees to learn how to construct resilient houses in a sustainable way.