The UN says the security situation in the country remains unstable, the socio-economic situation is deteriorating, and the decision by authorities to amend the constitution in order restrict civil liberties risks escalating.
Neglected but Not Over - Burundi Crisis Continues to Bite
IRIN, 22 June 2017
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to seek a disputed third term more than two years ago, spawning a period of unrest marked by extrajudicial killings, a… Read more »
Street in Bujumbura
Refugee Crisis in the Eyes of a Humanitarian Worker
Monitor, 24 June 2017
US President Donald Trump, by all recent accounts, is not that a fan of the United Nations system and so are a good number of people out there. In Trump's words, which are probably… Read more »
The massive influx of South Sudanese refugees into northern Uganda during the past year has strained the country's already overburdened health care system. Read more »
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