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Subject Espresso - Desmond Tutu's climate activism, Burkina Faso's transgender troubles, Egypt's lending app success
Date December 30, 2021 1:00 PM
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Prayers, petitions and boycotts: Desmond Tutu's climate activism [[link removed]]

Following the death of South African anti-apartheid and peace icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu, here are some of the ways he also advocated for a healthy planet

In Burkina Faso, trans people self-medicate in 'dangerous' transition [[link removed]]

Many transgender people in the conservative West African nation self-medicate with hormonal drugs due to a lack of specialist healthcare

In Egypt, lending apps boost cash-strapped women business owners [[link removed]]

An age-old savings system in Egypt is going digital – helping to plug a gap in funding for women-led businesses

Germany will probably miss climate targets - environment minister [[link removed]]

The new coalition government has presented plans to step up climate protection efforts after a top court in April mandated more ambitious CO2 reduction targets

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