Countries must ensure adequate and full immunisation of every child to curb polio mutations.
The Banyamulenge have been viewed as strangers in their own country – the violence targeting them revolves around this misconception.
A specific regional protocol could ease the management of internally displaced persons in the region.
The East African Court of Justice has been a keen promoter of the rule of law, democracy and human rights.
In 2018, Africa accounted for 70% of the world’s people displaced by armed conflict and human rights abuses.
The president has used coup rumour to get rid of anti-reform elements in government, and consolidate his power ahead of 2025 elections
Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo is used to win a place in government, not to overthrow it. And it keeps working.
Beitbridge and Musina are two border towns in Zimbabwe and South Africa that see many migrants pass through – with different health needs.
Kenya’s ethnic-based politics often leads to electoral violence that hurts regional trade.
Belgium wants to frame its relationship with Congo, Rwanda and Burundi as one looking into the future – but the past weighs heavily.
Violence in the DRC can be brought to an end if the geographical scope of the conflict is broadened to include all neighbouring countries.
Stricter measures had major impacts on farmers’ livelihoods and food security.
The return of financial inflows from foreign investment or aid support will go a long way towards jump-starting economic recovery.
Prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding has increased across all countries but few are likely to meet the 2030 goal of 70%.
The deaths have important symbolic value and have been associated with shifts in COVID-19 policies in some countries.
Lockdowns to curb the spread of COVID-19 had various effects on food as it went from farms to plates.
A survey of the commemorations since 2014 reveals the politicking behind the writing of history and Rwanda’s place in the world.
Digital media shutdowns in Africa will lead to higher economic costs and greater public outrage.
On average, countries that adopt ethnic recognition experience less violence, more economic vitality, and more democratic politics.
With the demise of Pierre Nkurunziza, all eyes are on Burundi’s new president as he inherits a political framework that has repressed press freedom and silenced independent media voices.