Largest cholera vaccination drive in history underway in Africa. (Photo/UN).

Two Million People In 5 African Countries To Be Protected In Largest Cholera Vaccine Drive In History

Between 1997 and 2012, just 1.5 million doses of cholera vaccines were used worldwide. In 2017 almost 11 million were used, from Sierra Leone to Bangladesh. So far in 2018, over 15 million doses have been approved


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Burundi Is The Unhappiest Place On Earth, And Might Have To Wait Until 2034 To Smile Again

In Africa Rwanda, Tanzania, South Sudan and the Central African Republic reported happiness levels below that of even war-torn Syria


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A moment of joy in a bleak Mogadishu IDP camp. (Photo/Tobin Jones/AU UN IST).

Millions In Peril: Somalia’s Climate Change Refugees Hang By The Thread In Mogadishu

In December last year, bulldozers demolished homes and schools in 21 IDP settlements on the outskirts of Mogadishu, forcing more than 5,000 families to flee further from the city some to al-Shabaab-controlled areas


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A displaced Nigerian girl jumps rope in Bakassi camp, Maiduguri, September 2016. (Photo/Hlne Caux/UNHCR)

In First Six Months Of 2017, 2.7 Million People In Africa Were Newly Displaced, That’s 15,000 Every Day

At the end of 2016, 12.6 million Africans were living in displacement