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Somalia’s e-commerce businesses are rising against all odds

Somalia is experiencing a strong rise in digital businesses, with local entrepreneurs transforming the way people shop.
from Quartz Africa on Oct 19, 2018.

Indonesia’s rules on foreign tsunami relief are rattling the aid sector

Indonesian restrictions on foreign aid workers are forcing some groups to rethink their relief plans – and spurring a debate about how the aid sector prepares for crises.
from IRIN on Oct 17, 2018.

Media coverage of humanitarian crises in the spotlight

Very few international news organisations routinely cover humanitarian affairs and most 'humanitarian journalism' is now funded by states or foundations, says a new report.
from University of East Anglia on Oct 16, 2018.

Meet the Liberian author helping children become anti-corruption heroes

Robtel Neajai Pailey is a Liberian academic, activist and author of anti-corruption books for kids.
from Transparency International on Oct 13, 2018.

Outrage at Prince William's 'white saviour' conservation video

A video about Prince William’s conservation trip to Africa has come under fire for including only non-Africans’ perspectives and promoting a “white saviour” stereotype.
from Survival on Oct 11, 2018.

Cameroon wildlife conservation is killing people, UK royal family told

Cameroon wildlife protection efforts have gone badly wrong and are causing deaths, an indigenous activist has told two British princes ahead of a London conference.
from Survival on Oct 10, 2018.

Save the Children urged to help whistleblowers after sex scandal

Save the Children UK should reform its whistleblowing procedures to ensure anonymous complaints are dealt with, says a post-scandal review of the charity.
from Thomson Reuters Foundation on Oct 8, 2018.

Five 'Top Idea' winners share $1m award

Five "Top Ideas" for tackling global concerns are to get a share of $1 million award.
from GHR Foundation on Oct 4, 2018.

UK charities launch joint Indonesia appeal

An appeal to help the survivors of the Indonesia earthquake and tsunami has been launched by the UK's Disasters Emergency Committee.
from DEC on Oct 4, 2018.

18 countries offer aid in wake of Indonesia's double disaster

Eighteen countries have offered aid in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia's Central Sulawesi province.
from Tempo on Oct 3, 2018.
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