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In their eyes: Life in a Kurdish refugee camp

By Children of the Zharawa camp / Produced by Tracy Fuad on Dec 7, 2009 | No Comments

This is a video about a camp for Internally Displaced Peoples on the border of Iraq and Iran, as seen through the eyes of the Kurdish children who live there. All the drawings, photography, and singing are by the...

Women Raped in Goma as Cease Fire Holds

Nov 4, 2008 | No Comments

The cease-fire the rebels called on Wednesday night, right as they were about to march into the strategic city of Goma, seems to be holding. The situation is calm now in Goma and life restarted normally today. But some violence...

The Impacts of Climate Change in Rwanda

By Solange Nyamulisa on Oct 8, 2008 | No Comments

This documentary made in collaboration with Global Grassroots explores the way climate change is profoundly affecting the lives of people living in Rwanda....

Red Cross Stops Giving Aid to IDPs in Kenyan Slum

By Simon Gachugu and Lucas Odhiambo on Aug 31, 2008 | No Comments

Nine months after December's post-election violence, there are still many living in IDP camps outside Mathare, Kenya. Most of the people in the camp are members of the Kikuyu tribe and their homes were destroyed or confiscated by members...

The Enigma of Press Freedom in Rwanda

By Gonzaga Muganwa on Aug 23, 2008 | No Comments

President Kagame, for the umpteenth time, made the Reporters without Borders list of global predators of media freedom alongside renowned dictators, terrorists and drug lords. One would wonder why Paul Kagame, a man who has won a lot of kudos...

Clean Water Shortage in Kenyan Slum

By Simon Gachugu, Rosemary Ndunge, Anne Wanjiru, and Lucas Odhiambo on Aug 16, 2008 | No Comments

Tiziano students explore the issues surrounding a lack of fresh water in the Mathare slum in Nairobi, Kenya and its effects on the daily lives of the people who live there....

The UN System: Is it value for its money?

By Gonzaga Muganwa on Feb 21, 2008 | No Comments

Above: UN soldiers in Goma in DR Congo on November 17th, 2007. Photo credit: Foufou Hakizimana/Tiziano Project The irony can never be missed; the megalomaniac budgets are what infuriate the wretched that it is supposed to be looking after....

17-Month Old Baby Raped in Congo

Dec 17, 2007 | No Comments

Above: Furaha Noelle holds her raped baby daughter at the Heal Africa Hospital in Goma, DR Congo. Merveille Chance, a 17-month-old baby was raped by her uncle in the Walikale territory. "I was in the church when people brought...

Ruminations on Mass Evil

By Minega Isibo on Nov 29, 2007 | No Comments

A few months ago, I read an incredibly chilling book called A time for machetes by Jean Hatzfeld. It is a compilation of interviews with ten men who had participated in the genocide in the Nyamata region slaughtering dozens...

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