Tag Archives: Central African Republic

Widespread Violence and Insecurity Strikes the Central African Republic

BY NAKE HAKEN AND HANNAH BLYTH The Central African Republic (CAR) is a vast, beautiful land about the size of Texas, but with a fraction of its population. It is home to sprawling herds of forest elephants roaming the Dzanga-Ndoki national park along the Sangha River. Logging towns have sprung up where Muslim merchants sell […]

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The World’s Ten Most Fragile States in 2014

BY KENDALL LAWRENCE Identifying and exploring the fragility of states creates the opportunity to address how they might be able to combat pressures in the future. Learning what pressures states have been able (or unable) to reduce in the past year gives insight into the capacities that exist (or do not) within each state and […]

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Happening Now:

@PINDFoundation @NdpIfdn @fundforpeace: Building Resilience in Nigeria – A Better Approach for Peace and Development in the Niger Delta.

We screened an impact video showcasing the work of our network of peace actors; @P4P_NigerDelta.

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