April 08, 2015
Central African Republic: Hear It From the People - What's Wrong in the Central African Republic?
The room was packed. Everyone wanted to speak: unsurprising after years of conflict that has claimed thousands of lives and seen the Central African Republic riven by ethnic and… Read more »
March 10, 2015
South Sudan: Cautious Welcome for New OCHA Chief
British parliamentarian Stephen O'Brien will in May take over from Valerie Amos as Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs at the helm of the UN Office for the… Read more »
February 19, 2015
Africa: 'Deterring' Migrant Boats Is Failing - UN
Late last year the Italian government scrapped its Mediterranean search and rescue operation the Mare Nostrum after funding shortages. The project was partially replaced by… Read more »
February 17, 2015
Central African Republic: Life After Combat in CAR
Helping thousands of fighters in the Central African Republic return to civilian life presents a dilemma for aid workers: offer too many incentives and risk rewarding violence;… Read more »
February 09, 2015
Central African Republic: Why Democracy May Have to Wait
Insecurity and a lack resources could derail elections in the Central African Republic, crucial for the return to normality after almost two years of intense conflict. Read more »
February 03, 2015
Central African Republic: What's Behind the Kidnappings in CAR?
A spate of kidnappings in the Central African Republic illustrates the continuing levels of insecurity and instability in the country as it strives to turn the page on almost two… Read more »
January 26, 2015
Uganda: Rebel Moves From Jungle to Justice
Almost 10 years after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant against him, a senior member of the Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army rebel group appeared before the… Read more »
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