Is UK higher education a privilege for the few? Tuition fees have burdened many young people financially and pushed others to abandon their dreams as the high cost was discouraging. Without a doubt, a scholarship is one way to earn a degree and start your career debt-free. Unfortunately, many talented but disadvantaged students get to…
It seems like it has been an eternity since we last opened social media or watched the news without seeing COVID-19. The year 2020 has reshaped our lives in ways that we have yet to fathom. Not only has it had a great economic impact, but it also changed the way we go about our daily lives.
With news of several effective vaccines coming soon and better treatments for Covid-19, the world is now desperate for a return to ‘normality’. The global economy needs it, individual businesses of every size and shape need it, and people need it too. But what form will this ‘normality’ take? Will flexibility and change define our new normality post Covid-19, as some experts claim?
An awards ceremony was held at the Unicaf Kenya premises in Nairobi, on the 28th of July 2020, to announce the winners of the second Unicaf essay competition in Kenya and present them with their prizes. Observing social distancing and other safety guidelines, enforced to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the event was attended by two of the three winners, together with family members and friends. The first winner, Dan Basil, who is currently in California, in the USA, attended the ceremony via Zoom, while his representative and siblings were present at the event in Kenya.