Dolphins hold a special place in the minds of humans. Jumping and darting off the bows off a boat. We’ve managed to at once anthropomorphize them while longing for the freedom their lives seem to have. But dolphins aren’t just one thing, with over 32 species these highly intelligent mammals live in complex social structures. The largest species is the Orca Whale, more commonly known as the “killer whale” that came into public consciousness with the famous Sea World shows.
The Sub-Saharan continent holds nearly a third of the world’s population living in poverty. The majority of the country lives in darkness, with 7 out of 10 people living without access to electricity. Yet, it is the children who are at the most risk, millions of whom are without access to proper health care and education. Of the children worldwide who die from malnutrition before the age of five, 42% are from Sub-Saharan Africa.