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As if the consequences of an ongoing armed conflict were not already challenging, Mangina Reference Health Centre has found itself at the heart of the … see more »
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WHO, IOM with the support of National Programme for Hygiene at the Borders trained more than 50 people in Mbandaka to identify ebola epicentres. see more »
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In what represents the last opportunity for Nigerian Football fans to cheer the Super Eagles at home before the World Cup in Russia, the three-time … see more »
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Fighting in Ituri province has left thousands of Congolese displaced ans in the region of 100 have lost their lives. Approximately 20,000 people are … see more »
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This was Milo Rau's starting point: Having dealt with the legal consequences of political conflicts in several of his artistic endeavors in the past, … see more »
More than 8,000 people have settled in Katale, a town located in Masisi territory in the DRC's North Kivu Province. In a small school room is where … see more »
Over 34,000 people attended the three day Amani festival in Goma Democratic Republic of Congo, reports African Arguments. see more »
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A UN report shows how the United Nations General Assembly created a mandate dedicated to better protect children affected by armed conflict. The was … see more »
The Office of the Personal Representative (OPR) in Charge of the Fight against Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment has partnered with Nos Vies en … see more »
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The World Food Programme highlights food fairs in refugee camps.
In Lusenda camp in South Kivu, the food fair operates like any other market except … see more »
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