How ICTs Help WFP Increase Food Security in DRC

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Election Monitoring in the DRC

[Guest post by Galya Ruffer, J.D., Ph.D., Director, Center for Forced Migration Studies at the Buffet Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Galya lead a team deployment for the recent Democratic Republic of Congo.]

Voix des Kivus: A Crowd-Seeding System in DRC

[Guest blog post by Peter van der Windt, PhD candidate in Political Science at Columbia University focusing on Africa.

If The World Can Mobilize Like This for Haiti, Why Not for Sexual Violence in Congo?

Suffering is suffering. We should act decisively and immediately no matter if man made or a natural disaster.

On Tuesday evening, I received a short email from Mark.  The message was this:
"massive, 7.0 earthquake in Haiti. really, really devastating"
Mark is an even-tempered and measured guy and I knew that he wouldn't exaggerate the severity of the situation.
In the days since the quake struck, I've tried, like so many millions of people, to do as much as possible to raise awareness, donate money, and help the victims of the Haiti catastrophe.

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