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| Nyasha Kadandara

Ethiopians in South Sudan

Nyasha Kadandara shares the stories of Anuak refugees from Ethiopia living in South Sudan for DW Africalink. Listen here: https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/DW-Ethiopians-in-South-Sudan-Mixdown-1.mp3 [INTRO] Ethiopia’s new prime minister Abiy Ahmed has made waves in the horn of Africa…

| Shannon Sims

These Women Were Told Not to Play Soccer. Instead They Formed a Team.

Away from the lights of the World Cup, on the African archipelago of Zanzibar, a group of Muslim women are challenging a culture that says only men can play soccer. Rukia Talib Yahya, 19, resting…

| Charlotte Cosset

Fêtes de Pâques au Soudan du Sud: les Eglises chrétiennes face à la crise

Au Soudan du Sud, les fêtes de Pâques sont célébrées, notamment dans la capitale, Juba. Le plus jeune Etat du monde (2011) traverse une crise politique qui n’a pas trouvé de solutions, depuis 2013. Elle…

| Kassie Bracken, Megan Specia

In South Sudan, a Never-Ending Hunger Season Puts Millions in Danger

Even during harvest time in January, when food was most abundant, more than five million people – almost half the population – did not have enough to eat. Now, as food runs out over the…

| Laura Kasinof

In Uganda, Groups Offering Contraception and Family Planning Have Lost Millions in U.S. Aid Thanks to Trump’s Global Gag Rule

A handful of women clad in brightly colored dresses sat just out of the reach of the sun, focusing their attention on Felicity Lanyero and her presentation on family planning methods. Another woman, often with…

| Karen Coates

Warming waters hurt Zanzibar’s seaweed. But women farmers have a plan.

Zanzibar’s streets are serene in the dark moments before sunrise, and an amber glow tints the beach. The tide is out, and the air is fresh. A few women head to work, toting sticks on…

| Adrienne Surprenant, Julia Steers

U.N.-Funded Peacekeepers in CAR are Accused of Murder and Rape

BANGUI, Central African Republic – It was just after sunset when 9-year-old Aabirah went to get water from a well near her home. Her neighborhood in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, was…

| Lilian Namagembe

War, HIV/Aids and hunger: Tales from South Sudanese

In Summary Appalling. More than four million people in the world’s youngest country have been left severely food insecure since December 2013. Of these, people living with HIV/Aids are the most affected by the situation,…

| Shanshan Chen, Inna Lazareva

‘We don’t need men’: Widows and rebel wives rebuild war-scarred Uganda

Women who were abducted and raped by the Lord’s Resistance Army have teamed up to support each other By Inna Lazareva PAICHO, Uganda, May 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – At the entrance to a round…