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Insight

Putting the spotlight on issues following from disasters

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Education Barriers Refugees face

August 2023 | By Yolande Korkie

Mental Health and Crisis

May 2023 | By Joy Hughes

We should be on Cloud Nine

April 2023 | By Yolande Korkie

Let's talk about War

February 2023 | By Yolande Korkie

The Elephant in the Non-Profit Room

November 2022 | By Yolande Korkie

What is happening in Mozambique

September 2022 | By Alexandra Pollock

Reuters / Khalil-Ashawi Rescuers search for survivors under the rubble, following an earthquake, in rebel-held town of Jandaris, Syria February 6,2023. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi[/caption]

Archived Articles

Exclusive: how a WFP food aid revamp has gone wrong for refugees in Uganda

Published by The New HumanitarianBy Sophie Neiman and Kristof Titeca

Embracing local knowledge is the key to resilience in northern Kenya, not project box-ticking

Published by The New HumanitarianBy Ian Scoones and Tahira Shariff Mohamed

Mozambique: A Cyclonic Insurgency?

Destruction caused by Cyclone Idai. (Source: UK Department for International Development)
An analysis of the role which Cyclone Kenneth played in intensifying the Islamist insurgency in northern Mozambique.
By Michael Cruickshank

Domestic violence during COVID-19: are we asking the right questions?

Reliable data is useful but the priority is ensuring survivors have access to high-quality support and services.
26 JUN 2020 
BY ELIZABETH DARTNALL , ANIK GEVERS, CHANDRÉ

Out of school, forced to fight: Children pay price for Sahel war

Escalating violence, lack of schooling put minors at higher risk of being recruited by armed groups and child marriage.
by Annika Hammerschlag
19 Apr 2020

Marriage of survival: Will climate change mean more child brides?

by Abigail Higgins
19 Feb 2020
Evidence suggests that environmental disasters could lead to earlier marriages in the communities gravely affected.