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Like many cities in the DRC, a walk through Goma’s streets reveals children employing various coping strategies for survival.
Forced child marriages are often a lifeline for struggling low-income families in the DRC, but they have serious consequences for young girls.
Arcade Nduwimana discusses linguistic politics and limited fluency of English in Burundi.
Samuel Muhindo analyses the role that motorcycle taxi drivers play in securing their clients’ security in the city of Goma.
What are the origins, operations and impact of AVECs on Goma’s low-income women-headed households?
This blog argues restrictions on who can engage in drumming in Burundi have caused it to lose its identity as an 'inclusive practice valuable to world heritage'.
Economists Professor Susan Newman and Dr Sara Stevano analyse the merger of DFID and the FCO.
Lisa Damon discusses the lived histories of Barundi who have made Uganda their home over generations.
As part of the OU-funded Idjwi Series, Jean-Paul Nizigiyimana explores the various overlapping motivations of protesters who have claimed the streets of Burundi’s capital over the last 30 years.
Based on research insights shared at the Burundi Research Network Conference in Nairobi in July 2019, Andrea Purdeková invites us to reverse the mainstream relationship between empirics and theory.
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