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Uganda’s School Plan for Refugee Children Could Become a Global Template

By Wambi Michael **KAMPALA/KIKUBE/RWAMWANJA, Uganda , Dec 21 2020 (IPS) **- Thirteen-year-old Wita Kasanganjo is a pupil at Maratatu Primary School in the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement based in Uganda’s Hoima district. But last month, when Uganda’s President…

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IPS
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21 Dec 2020

Malawi

Malawi’s Vulnerable Shortchanged in Human Trafficking Prevention Efforts

Malawi is a source, destination and transit country for human and sex trafficking. But the poverty-stricken nation, where almost 80 precent of its population is employed by the agriculture sector, doesn't have the funds to combat…

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IPS
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13 May 2020

Kenya

Fight, Not Flight, Must Be the Strategy for Flattening the COVID-19 Curve

By Siddharth Chatterjee NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 16 2020 (IPS) - The number of coronavirus cases in Kenya has jumped to three after the government confirmed two more cases. President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced a raft of proactive…

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IPS
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16 Mar 2020

Kenya

Realising Women’s Rights Difficult for Africa’s Fragile States

By Miriam Gathigah NAIROBI, Mar 6 2020 (IPS) - Pokot girls are expected to face the knife stark naked and with courage. To inspire confidence, their fathers sit a few metres away from them with a spear…

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IPS
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06 Mar 2020

Eswatini

Climate-Smart Agriculture means More Time for Eswatini Women Farmers

By Mantoe Phakathi In the southern African nation of Eswatini, women, who already have too many household chores, have had to spend many hours for days on end in the fields, tilling and weeding the soil. But…

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IPS
Posted:
27 Feb 2020

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