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Lesotho + 1 more

The human cost of displacement

At the end of 1990s I made my first trip to mountainous, landlocked Lesotho, to set up a Panos London project to record interviews with people who were facing resettlement from their highland communities. The construction…

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News and Press Release
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PANOS
Posted:
14 May 2012

Madagascar

Madagascar: Pushed to the edge - Illafisignana

These life stories are from the Anosy region of southern Madagascar. In their own words, the indigenous people of Anosy, the Antanosy, describe their lives in the face of climate change, food insecurity and rapid development…

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PANOS
Posted:
26 Oct 2009

Madagascar

Madagascar: Pushed to the edge - Ambinanibe

These life stories are from the Anosy region of southern Madagascar. In their own words, the indigenous people of Anosy, the Antanosy, describe their lives in the face of climate change, food insecurity and rapid development…

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Other
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PANOS
Posted:
26 Oct 2009

Madagascar

Madagascar: Pushed to the edge - St. Luce

These life stories are from the Anosy region of southern Madagascar. In their own words, the indigenous people of Anosy, the Antanosy, describe their lives in the face of climate change, food insecurity and rapid development…

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Other
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PANOS
Posted:
26 Oct 2009

Madagascar

Madagascar: Pushed to the edge - Petriky

These life stories are from the Anosy region of southern Madagascar. In their own words, the indigenous people of Anosy, the Antanosy, describe their lives in the face of climate change, food insecurity and rapid development…

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Other
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PANOS
Posted:
26 Oct 2009

Zimbabwe

Why the truth about Zimbabwe is so hard to tell

Freedom of expression is heavily curtailed in Zimbabwe under Mugabe's government. Henry Makiwa dissects the difficulties that face its journalists in delivering accurate reports. The Zimbabwean crisis has undoubtedly been one of the longest-running news stories of the past decade.…

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Analysis
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PANOS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Uganda

Uganda: We are not eating our own food

By Joe Nam In Eastern Uganda, for generations being a farmer meant growing and eating your own food. But buying and selling food is becoming more common, and it is bringing new worries. Joe Nam reports. It is still dark…

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News and Press Release
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PANOS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Eswatini

Swaziland: Knowledge is dying

By Nathi Gule In Swaziland, farming know-how is passed on from parent to child. But for many children whose parents die of AIDS the expertise dies with them, leaving hunger and destitution. Nathi Gule reports. Delisile digs her fingers into the…

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News and Press Release
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PANOS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Ethiopia

Ethiopian women return to fight a new war

By Sisay Abebe Belaynesh Adugna was just 12 years old when she fled her husband's home to fight with guerillas in the northern province of Tigray. Now, after two decades in the bush, she is having to adapt to civilian…

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Other
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PANOS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Angola

One More Civil War in Angola?

By Carmen Miranda * LUANDA (PANOS) - "The West has new ideas about democracy in Angola - whoever loses is the winner," says Dr Antonio Agante, an Angolan war veteran who has single-handedly taken on the challenge of rebuilding a…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
PANOS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011