Cash-strapped Chad is hosting tens of thousands of people made homeless by the insurgency
Story by Ashley Hamer
BAGA SOLA, 5 December 2016
Ali Mboudou was at home with his children one night in late 2015 when Boko Haram militants entered his village. They came in trucks and on foot from many directions, heavily armed.
It all started innocently enough: just a home cooked meal with some female friends, in the midst of the Ebola epidemic in Guinea. As is common amongst aid workers, we were swapping war stories. But ours were of a different kind: the kind where the battleground was the office, and the perpetrators many of our male colleagues.
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Par Antonio Donini
M. Donini travaille sur les enjeux liés à l’humanitarisme et à l’avenir de l’action humanitaire ; il est également spécialiste de l’Afghanistan. Il a publié « The Golden Fleece: Manipulation and Independence in Humanitarian Action » (2012)
GENEVA, 30 novembre 2016
« La crise consiste justement dans le fait que l’ancien meurt et que le nouveau ne peut naître : pendant cet interrègne on observe les phénomènes morbides les plus variés ». Cahiers de prison, Antonio Gramsci, env. 1930
By Antonio Donini
Donini works on issues relating to humanitarianism and the future of humanitarian action as well as on Afghanistan. He edited "The Golden Fleece: Manipulation and Independence in Humanitarian Action" (2012)
GENEVA, 30 November 2016
"The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.' - Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks, circa 1930.