Africa

Congolese Army Wife Stands Up Against Domestic Violence

Inspired by our human rights training for the Congolese Army, Sylvie Mirindi launched her own program to protect women from domestic violence.

New Research Sheds Light on Conflict Dynamics in South Sudan

Our new policy brief offers unique insight into the dynamics of interethnic conflict in South Sudan and strategic recommendations on how to support long-term stability in the country.

Boniface Mudenge, the genocide survivor who is healing Rwanda

Boniface Mudenge is a small farmer and a contemporary peacebuilding legend in Rwanda.

Range Wars in Nigeria’s Middle Belt

We spoke with the Council on Foreign Relations about natural resource conflicts in Nigeria — listen to the podcast here.

From hostility to hope in Tanzania’s gold mines

Human rights abuses and violence have impacted livelihoods in communities around Tanzania’s mining sites. A Police Inspector is helping turn the tide.

Life during land conflict in Africa: the story of “Terre D’Entente”

In the Great Lakes region of Africa, 90% of the population depend on agriculture to survive. Our initiatives to eliminate land conflict help rural communities thrive — and save lives in the process.

As Violence Spikes in the Central African Republic, International Community Must Act

We urge the international community to support grassroots approaches to violence prevention in the Central African Republic.