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Somaliland issued a new NGO law this month to curb NGO activities. It establishes a legal framework for local and international organizations operating inside their jurisdiction. It’s a decent attempt to limit the presence of international NGOs, transfer responsibility to local … Continue reading
The Horn of Africa has a number of humanitarian, political and economic challenges – but its people are not short of resilience, strength and collective power. As we celebrate International Women’s Day this week, below is a collection of figures that … Continue reading
As events continue to unfold in Libya, questions are quickly arising about what Gadhafi’s departure will mean for Sub Saharan Africa. During the course of his forty-one (41!) year rule, Gadhafi has gone out of his way to redefine his … Continue reading
Did you know? Sudan’s referendum will officially kick off in less than an hour. And the global Sudan365 campaign has been telling you for over a year now – through beats, tunes, and the most delicious drum beat you will … Continue reading
Just ahead of Sudan’s historic referendum, Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim, founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, issued an op-ed, “Sudan Is A Warning to All of Africa“. From Egypt, to the Democratic Republic of Congo, to Ivory Coast, to Ethiopia, … Continue reading