By Hayes Brown on April 10, 2014
The U.N. has finally cleared nearly 12,000 peacekeepers for the CAR. But will they get there in time to make a difference?
By Hayes Brown on April 8, 2014
After two decades, what scars has the genocide left on Rwanda, its neighbors, and the world?
By Dara McLeod on March 19, 2014
The upcoming rainy season means the likelihood of unlivable, disease-riden displacement camps. Refugess inside the Central African Republic need an alternative soon.
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By Hayes Brown on March 12, 2014
The humanitarian system is designed to handle one or two massive catastrophes every few years. In the last 13 months, there were four.
By Hayes Brown on March 5, 2014
The White House wants $150 million to support peacekeeping missions in some of the most neglected areas of the world using the fund that has been synonymous with U.S. war efforts.
By Hayes Brown on February 18, 2014
"This is a massive catastrophe unfolding in full view of international leaders. To not respond is a conscious and deliberate choice to abandon the people of the Central African Republic.”
By Hayes Brown on February 13, 2014
The world chose the wrong 1990s atrocity to focus on when talking about CAR and the crimes against humanity taking place there.
By Hayes Brown on February 5, 2014
Gruesome pictures out of the CAR show that things are far from improving in the shattered country.
By Hayes Brown on January 21, 2014
"Men got the country into this mess. It would take only a woman to get us out."
By Hayes Brown on January 14, 2014
A new U.N. report details the early December violence that catapulted the Central African Republic to the international spotlight.