- Electoral materials arrive in the Central African Republic ahead of presidential and parliamentary polls Feb 9, 2016
Search for a New Beginning: Perceptions of Truth, Justice, Reconciliation and Healing in South Sudan
Jan 28, 2016
A groundbreaking survey in South Sudan seeking views on how to deal with the country’s violent past has found significant support for perpetrators of violence to face trial, and for those missing or killed to be honoured publicly.
- Highlights of Abdoulaye Mar Dieye's January 2016 Trip to Japan Jan 25, 2016
The Central African Republic heads to the ballot box to achieve sustainable peace
Jan 1, 2016
More than two million Central Africans went to the polls on Wednesday, December 30, 2015, to elect their president and their representatives in the National Assembly.
Central African Republic holds constitutional referendum
Dec 14, 2015
On 13 December 2015, voters in the Central African Republic (CAR) went to the polls to give their judgment on the draft Constitution.
Addressing climate change and poverty as one in Malawi
Dec 3, 2015
The government of Malawi has been struggling to end poverty since independence in 1964, banking its strategies on the proceeds from its agro based economy. Sadly, climate change entered the scene and dramatically disturbed the farming sector.
Gambia: Enhancing resilience in coastal communities vulnerable to climate change
Dec 1, 2015
Rice has long been a way of life for communities along Gambia’s coast. But in recent decades, climate change and overdevelopment have combined to endanger the viability of rice and thus the livelihoods of many rural Gambians.
Traditional seeds keep hunger away in drought-prone Zimbabwe
Nov 30, 2015
A recent study by Care International-Zimbabwe found that female farmers were more receptive to best farming practices than their male counterparts. The Zimbabwean government has started issuing land rights to women smallholders, previously a taboo.
Hunger heralds climate change’s arrival in Botswana
Nov 24, 2015
“As climate change ushers in more stress on the water sector, it is increasingly a concern that losses in rangeland productivity will result in food insecurity, especially in rural areas,” a country analysis report unveiled recently on Botswana states.
When the rains came in Dokolo and Karamoja
Nov 16, 2015
Households in Northern Uganda are recovering from a prolonged dry spell which has devastated harvests and led to food shortages. Long-awaited rains are expected to replenish pastures, and communities are being encouraged to plant short-term crops. But those that can, fear losing their produce again, when the rains stop.