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- West Africa: Armyworm Infestation - Mar 2017
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- Plot, poison, or curse? Ebola rumours spread in Congo
- Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo: Disease outbreak news, 20 September 2018
In the humanitarian sector children are often simply seen as the recipients of assistance designed by others, rather than as agents of change who can help shape how their needs are responded to. In my experience it is quite rare, especially in a conflict affected country, that aid organisations ask children directly what their problems are and what change they want to see – let alone deliver it in a way which involves children.
Created By dmeforpeace - 03/22/2016
Author, Copyright Holder: Jared Wright
Centre Résolution Conflits (CRC) — a local peacebuilding organization in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) — has been working in the field of violence prevention and community building for over 20 years. Renowned for their work on disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR), CRC emphasizes an all-inclusive approach aimed at social cohesion, rehabilitation, and economic opportunity - key ingredients to sustainable reintegration.
Author, Copyright Holder: Ella Duncan, DME for Peace
It seems just about every peacebuilding INGO and funder is talking the talk on collaboration and participatory methods these days, but what about walking the walk? A recent 3M evaluation (multi-agency, multi-country, multi-donor) in Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and Nepal holds many lessons for how to walk the walk of collaboration and participation with children and youth in peacebuilding evaluation.
In this blog, Gabrielle Solanet of Search for Common Ground introduces the reader to FrontlineSMS technology and how SFCG is using it in Africa to monitor and strengthen media programs, and track incidences of conflict.