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Briefing | What’s behind South Sudan’s delayed peace deal

'There’s no indication any of the parties are interested in genuine peace’ Sam Mednick Freelance journalist based in South Sudan Now that the implementation of South Sudan’s shaky peace agreement has officially been delayed by six months, worries are…

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News and Press Release
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TNH
Posted:
16 May 2019

South Sudan

As peace efforts stumble in South Sudan, needs in a swamp refuge grow

By Patrick Meinhardt At the centre of al-Sudd swamp, one of the world’s largest wetland areas, is Old Fangak, an isolated town that has become a haven for tens of thousands of people fleeing South Sudan’s interminable…

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News and Press Release
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TNH
Posted:
14 May 2019

Mozambique

Militant attacks complicate cyclone response in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado

‘There was no one coming to help me and my family… so I had to do something’ By Tendai Marima Freelance journalist based in southern Africa. Floodwaters from Cyclone Kenneth have receded, but damaged roads and bridges are…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
10 May 2019

Kenya + 1 more

In a Kenyan refugee camp, business ideas but little access to credit

It’s lunchtime, and customers are streaming into Gilbert Munyeneza’s small café off one of the busy main streets of the Kakuma refugee camp in northwestern Kenya. Read more on The New Humanitarian

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News and Press Release
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TNH
Posted:
02 May 2019

Mozambique

Dozens dead, tens of thousands lose homes as Mozambique suffers second storm

Tommy Trenchard The needs of stricken communities are becoming evident in northern Mozambique and the Comoros islands in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, with at least 45,000 homes destroyed and residents in remote rural areas urgently requiring…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
30 Apr 2019

Mozambique

How rampant deforestation made Mozambique more vulnerable to Cyclone Idai

‘In a few weeks, I want to have my bags of charcoal ready for sale’ Brecht De Vleeschauwer Freelance Belgian photographer and journalist based in Lisbon Cyclone Idai’s recent devastation was amplified by deforestation in the region. Mozambique…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
25 Apr 2019

Rwanda

Rwanda, part 3: A genocide forgiven, but not forgotten

With its tidy streets, buzzing nightclubs, and economic opportunities, Rwanda is considered to be one of Africa’s most promising countries – especially for young people. More than half the population was born after the 1994 genocide that…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
21 May 2019

Sudan + 1 more

After the ‘euphoria’: The humanitarian backdrop to Sudan’s protests

Whatever happens in Khartoum, the country still faces an economic crisis, poor governance, and multiple conflicts By Ben Parker Senior Editor Sudan has had three military leaders in the last week. However the political upheaval ends, the…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
17 Apr 2019

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