Latest posts by Paula Odhiambo
14 July 2011
Find out about what's on the minds of a variety of African bloggers with Global Voices author Paula Odhiambo.
1 November 2010
It's been a while. I'm back now and eager to share with you this blog roundup about African women bloggers talking about "war of a different kind." “There is a constant battle in the realm of the spirits,” writes Tehilah. She says, “The choice of soldiers who will fight alongside you is probably one of the most important decisions anyone can make.”
1 March 2009
It has been a while, but as with most things, blogging did not wait for life to catch up with it – it can be said that blogging helped to keep many sane as they weather the storms that life brings them. Through struggles and fears and laughter and tears, African women bloggers have continued to tell their stories and to share their walk with God. 2008 was a year of growth for many. It follows, then, that 2009 will be a year of maturity.
13 July 2008
With this article, Paula Odhiambo salutes all mothers in Africa and reflects on children's compassion and giving, talking about sex with children and announces the birth of a blogger's baby girl.
17 March 2008
Women love to share their experiences and express themselves, but no clock will wait for them to sit and share every detail with each other - not even if they do it on their blogs. Life must go on.
2 February 2008
2008 is one month old. Different African women bloggers are going through different spiritual experiences. For many, this is just another year, exactly the same as 2007, and 2006, all the way back to the day they were born.