• Svaha Spirit Series: The ONE Campaign ~

    ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease by raising public awareness. ONE and its partners, have played an important role in persuading governments to support effective programs and policies that are making…

  • (RED) The Lazarus Effect

    Last night on Facebook, (RED) ‘The Lazarus Effect’ film Directed by Lance Bangs, Executive Producer Spike Jonze, streamed The Red Carpet live from the screening at MoMA in NY. You can see the film’s Premiere on May 24 th on HBO, YouTube…

  • Svaha Spirit Series ~ Sing by Annie Lennox ~

    Our Svaha Spirit Series is meant to be Inspirational. I love music and was inspired while watching Annie Lennox’s video ‘Sing’. To quote directly from her website SING, “When people get together to sing, they become encouraged and inspired.” Isn’t…

  • Dancing in the Street !

    Vancouver’s very own Robson Street was hit by imagine1day’s official ‘Dancing in the Street’ flashmob on Saturday! If you knew about this event in advance you were able to rehearse on line if you wanted to take part in this…

  • History of a Tattoo…African ~

    African Tattoos or Scarification~ The history of tattooing in Africa dates back thousands of years. Until Otzi the Iceman was discovered, the oldest known tattoos belonged to the mummy of Amunet, a priestess of the goddess Hathor somewhere between 2160 BC…

  • Ryan in Africa ~

    “So You Want To Be A Safari Guide. It’s what I thought when I was twelve, now I am forty one. Let’s find out. This is a loose record of my experience at ENTABENI NATURE GUIDES six month guiding course.”…

  • Moving Windmills: The William Kamkwamba Story

    “Queues of people start lining up at my house to charge their mobile phone.  I could not get rid of them.  And the reporters came too, which lead to bloggers and which lead to a call from something called TED. …

  • Meshie: Chimpanzee Child

    Maybe it is because we both have long hairy arms or maybe it’s my monkey mind, but I seem to feel some kind of connection with chimpanzees lately.  I came across a touching story on the Natural History Magazine web…