Search Results for Tag: Ghana
A dozen women, their bodies coated with clay, sway to beating drums as if in a trance, ankle bells jingling as they stamp their feet, in the eastern Ivorian town of Aniansue.
They are training to become certified “komians”, or priestesses, steeped in traditional lore, the properties of medicinal plants and the techniques of conflict resolution.
Date25.01.2019 | 15:03
Tagsafrica, akan, animist, Ashanti, conflict, cultural heritage, ethnic group, evangelical churchis, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Komian, priestess, women's rights
Many Afro-Germans have trouble finding hair products and stylists that understand their hair. Esther Donkor founded the online magazine krauselocke.de to fill the gap. The publication goes far beyond hair.
Date30.06.2018 | 15:08
TagsAfro-Germans, curly hair, Esther Donkor, Ghana, haircare, KrauseLocke.de, Rosa Parks, women's rights, Zeebra Tropicana
In West Africa, many people believe in supernatural powers. Every year, thousands of women are branded as witches and persecuted. They can only survive in isolated villages.
Date22.11.2016 | 14:48
Tags#allegations of Sorcery, Ann-Christine Woehrl, Gambaga, Ghana, Gushiegu, West Africa, witch, witchcraft, women's rights
Nearly 30 percent of Ghana’s population is overweight. Many of the country’s inhabitants suffer from the same nutrition problems as people in industrialized countries. Bernice Asiedu wants to change Ghanaians’ unhealthy Lifestyles.
Date15.11.2016 | 15:50
Colorful, patterned or plain – at wedding ceremonies or during funerals – African women always have the right headscarf for every occasion. For many, it is an indispensable part of their outfit.
Date15.02.2016 | 15:06
Tagsafrica, akan, Burkina Faso, Ghana, headscarf, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, tradition, Tuareg, women's rights
“What ISIS did to you, will not happen again,” said the Yazidi Patriarch to the women and children victims of ISIS taken to Germany to get help. Read more about their stories and other news about women here.
Date05.10.2015 | 9:59
Tags#ISISchan, Angela Merkel, drop-out rate, Dubai, endometriosis, Germany, Ghana, Hillary Clinton, hypochondriac, India, Irak, Syria, Taylor Swift, women's rights, womensrights, Yazidi
Things are on the move in the world of gaming. About half of all gamers are female. Now game producers are starting to employ more female developers. And women in tech are also a key focus of this year’s “International Games Week” in Berlin.
Date29.05.2015 | 13:40