In DRC, concerns that manipulated data for those in need could drastically harm the ability to respond to their needs. (Photo/Riccardo Gangale/EU/ECHO/Flickr).

In DR Congo, UN Accused Of Bowing To Pressure To Cook The Books And Downplay Numbers Of People In Crisis

Aid groups say overlooking three million displaced people will dramatically impact their ability to respond to needs.


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Severely malnourished Erukudi, her mother Helen and baby sister, in Lodwar Hospital, Turkana, Northern Kenya. (Photo/Russell Watkins/DFID).

3.4 Million Kenyans Need Food Aid, 480,000 Children Hit By Acute Malnutrition: How Did It Get To This?

There have been wholesale staple food price increases of between eight and 32% above average in the urban markets of Nairobi, Mombasa, and Eldoret


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Some committed democrats held their nose and welcomed the coup against Mugabe.

Smoke And Mirrors: Five Things We Learnt About Democracy In Africa In 2017

The next 12 months are not likely to be kind to African democracy.