We often hear it said within MSF that the aid system - that is to say all the institutional actors involved in international humanitarian aid - is unable to provide effective relief, or that the aid system's ability to provide aid is in decline. In a...
The Congolese soldiers march through the night, but not towards battle. In the dark, they are hunting for women who have fled their homes in Minova to hide in the bushes. The women know that if they are seen, they will be raped and maybe killed.
In a show of pragmatism seemingly incompatible with their stated mandate, international forces in CAR have been providing protection to convoys of Muslims trying to leave towns and villages in fear of certain death, instead of stopping attacks against them.
Muslims fleeing from the nation, clashes between former Seleka rebels and Anti-Balaka militias, heightening humanitarian emergency, UN sanctions against former president François Bozizé, a government reshuffle and the closing of the Chadian border. Fourteen months from the military coup the Central Africa Republic (CAR) cannot find peace, but the multi-faceted crisis is attracting always less international media attention, especially since the United Nations approved the deployment of a peace mission, though not before autumn.
Régulièrement, sur les murs des villes, sur les écrans des téléviseurs, des images chocs. Une enfant maigre, une mouche au coin de la bouche : la faim. Une image floue, en mouvement, dans laquelle on discerne les éclats d’une arme et des membres broyés : l
Introduction Horrific levels of rape and other forms of sexual violence have plagued eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for almost two decades. Tens of thousands of women, girls, men, and boys have been raped and otherwise sexually abused. The exact number of victims is unknown.
Scientists have welcomed the development of genome sequence data on the tsetse fly, the vector responsible for the transmission of human African trypanosomiasis (HAT), commonly known as sleeping sickness. They say it could be instrumental in devising strategies to eradicate the fly and reduce deaths and the spread of other diseases associated with it.
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