One of our goals at Pocket is to show what the web can look like when it’s curated by humans, for humans. Pocket Collections are designed to be fascinating reading lists hand-picked by experts and thought leaders that go deeper than what you can find in algorithmic recommendations or basic search results.
As part of our efforts to elevate stellar curation from around the world, we’re partnering with Aga Khan University to bring you this series of collections from outstanding Kenyan journalists and content curators. You’ll find fresh perspectives from Kenya and beyond about adjusting to post-lockdown life, East Africa’s place in African music, and the complicated ethics of the safari industry.
Stories of hope, resistance, and resilience from East Africa's queer community.
African workers are being called back to the office by their employers. But is anyone ready?
Nigerian journalist Caleb Okereke explores what it really means to build the city of the future.
The increase in the number of Africans who are single is challenging our traditional cultural concepts of happiness and fulfillment.