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Tens of thousands of hungry civilians could find themselves caught in the middle of a biometrics standoff.
The co-chair of an independent commission says reforms to safeguarding in the wake of the #AidToo scandal must be implemented ‘with teeth’.
A hospital on the edge of Taliban territory asked aid donors for money to build a new power system. Then it paid it all back.
As pro-democracy campaigners refuse to negotiate with the military rulers after a bloody crackdown, life gets worse for ordinary Sudanese.
Five years of conflict have taken a particularly heavy toll on women, as villages empty of men, and women are left to head households on their own.
As local and international health workers scramble to contain the first cross-border Ebola cases, is Uganda ready?
Residents fear a cycle of rights abuses, protests, and crackdowns will bring a new era of increased militancy.
Khartoum holds the key to peace and ending the humanitarian crisis. Will the Transitional Military Council agree to a change in direction?
Should El Niño predictions have triggered an earlier aid response?
Fire damage is driving up already high food prices in northwestern Syria, forcing more people to rely on aid.