Daily Archives: June 5, 2019

UN Moving Civilian Staff Out of Sudan for Now

The United Nations said Wednesday it is temporarily removing some civilian staff from Sudan because of the security situation in the country, where security forces Monday carried out a deadly raid on a protest camp.Medics linked to the opposition said

A Sweet Deal? Study Shows Higher Cocoa Prices Could End Child Labor in Ghana

LONDON Ghana could end child labor on cocoa farms by increasing the prices it pays impoverished farmers by about 50%, a U.S. study said on Wednesday, as global efforts to end child labor stall.Paying just 3% more at

Cameroon Tops List of Neglected Displacement Crises

A conflict that has forced half a million people from their homes in Cameroon was on Wednesday named the world's most neglected displacement crisis by aid workers who said the country was edging toward full-blown war.Hundreds of villages have been

Cameroon Tops List of Neglected Displacement Crises

A conflict that has forced half a million people from their homes in Cameroon was on Wednesday named the world's most neglected displacement crisis by aid workers who said the country was edging toward full-blown war.Hundreds of villages have been

Ebola Listening Projects Take Cues from Community to Improve Response

Working in Liberia during the Ebola outbreak in 2015, researcher Katherina Thomas noticed that while experts and aid workers had lots to say, no one was listening to ordinary people affected.She and a team set about interviewing patients and community

Ebola Listening Projects Take Cues from Community to Improve Response

Working in Liberia during the Ebola outbreak in 2015, researcher Katherina Thomas noticed that while experts and aid workers had lots to say, no one was listening to ordinary people affected.She and a team set about interviewing patients and community