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CAMPAIGNS

Africa Press International (API) and the African Celebrities Magazine support the following campaigns:

1) Campaign Against Human Trafficking:

(It is incomprehensible to demean humans into animal staus for personal gains)

 

2) Campaign Against Child Labour:

(Though recognizing Child labour as a result of economic Hardships, it encourages the destruction of the "seeds" of a future society or Nation.

 

3) Campaign Against Human Slavery:

( Slavery is one of the most disspeakable forms of humiliation of other fellow human beings)

 

4) Campaign For Press Freedom in Africa:

(Every society or Nation needs a free press. The press acts as a referee).

 

5) Campaign For Child Literacy:

(A society in which child literacy is low tends to suffer in the long run)

 

6) Campaign for Women's Rights:

(We cannot talk about growth in any society without recognizing the role played by mothers and women in general)

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Africa Press International (API) Launches Fund Raising Campaign on GoFundMe

Africa Press International has launched a worldwide campaign on the Crowd Funding website GoFundme. The campaign titled: "Save these Journalists from Death" is aimed at raising funds to provide protective equipments, communications gadgets and training guides to African Journalists in the three most Ebola affected countries in Africa (Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea). We argue that Journalists in the three most affected countries need safety equipments to basically stay alive.

It should be noted that Eight African Journalists have died from Ebola related incidences. Many are seriously Afraid, to venture into the field to report on the level of the crisis without proper protection. International Journalists are also extremely afraid to travel into infected countries. They mostly report from neighboring countries, without first-hand information on what is actually going on. As a result the crisis so far is being massively under-reported. Because of this, the understanding of what is actually happening on the ground is limited. This is actually affecting the process of seeking solutions.

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