Posts byIsabel Bonnet

Isabel Bonnet (France, 1997) is a BSc Communication Science student at the University of Amsterdam. She has an Associate of Arts degree in Journalism from the Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida.

Africa’s Impossible Task: Preventing the COVID-19 Outbreak in 2 Weeks

  On Monday, there were roughly 5,300 registered cases of COVID-19 and over 200 deaths in the African continent.   On 17 July 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Ebola a global health emergency for the fifth time. As the world’s poorest continent continues to fight against this virus and other life-threatening diseases such

Controlling Forced Evictions to Fight Extreme Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa Should Control Forced Evictions to Fight Extreme Poverty Earlier this year, the Human Rights Watch published a report revealing that over 20,000 people would have been forcibly evicted in Conakry between February and May 2019. Bulldozers and other heavy machinery demolished the buildings to free the land for government ministries, foreign embassies, businesses, and