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Ethiopia + 2 more

Concurrent Crises in the Horn of Africa

Jacob Kurtzer, Hareem Fatima Abdullah, Sierra Ballard Introduction The greater Horn of Africa, stretching from southern Ethiopia to northern Kenya and Somalia, is experiencing its worst drought in four decades. A fourth consecutive failed rainy season caused by…

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Analysis
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CSIS
Posted:
07 Jul 2022
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South Sudan

Accessing South Sudan: Humanitarian Aid in a Time of Crisis

By Erol Yayboke The Issue Since gaining its independence from Sudan in 2011, South Sudan has struggled to fulfill the promise of a new nation, eventually descending into civil war in late 2013. The country is now bearing…

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Analysis
Source:
CSIS
Posted:
09 Dec 2018
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Kenya

Kenya’s Elections: A Nation Holds its Breath

By Richard Downie The people of Kenya go to the polls on March 4th in the country’s first general elections since December 2007, when a disputed outcome led to serious violence that brought the country to the…

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News and Press Release
Source:
CSIS
Posted:
01 Mar 2013

South Sudan

The State of Public Health in South Sudan: Critical Condition

Less than 18 months into its life as an independent nation, South Sudan is facing a desperate struggle for survival. Because the terms of its separation from Sudan were not decided before independence, negotiations have dragged…

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Analysis
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CSIS
Posted:
19 Nov 2012
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Ethiopia + 1 more

Advancing Health in Ethiopia

With Fewer Resources, an Uncertain GHI Strategy, and Vulnerabilities on the Ground By J. Stephen Morrison, Suzanne C. Brundage Over the last decade, the United States' health partnership with Ethiopia has contributed to significant health gains in a…

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Analysis
Source:
CSIS
Posted:
06 Jun 2012
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South Sudan + 1 more

The Two Sudans on the Brink

By Richard Downie APR 19, 2012 There are fears that Sudan and South Sudan are edging closer to all-out war. The latest crisis has been precipitated by a dispute over oil, which propels the economies of both countries.…

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Analysis
Source:
CSIS
Posted:
20 Apr 2012

Kenya

The Dadaab Refugee Complex: A Powder Keg and It’s Giving Off Sparks

By William J. Garvelink, Farha Tahir Mounting tensions in the Dadaab refugee complex in Kenya have escalated to explosive levels in recent weeks. Built over 20 years ago with a maximum capacity of 90,000 refugees, the complex…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
CSIS
Posted:
02 Mar 2012

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