A landlocked country located in Central Africa, the Republic of Chad is often referred to as the “Dead Heart of Africa” due to its distance from the sea and its largely desert climate. Chad is not only one of the … Continued
Video: “Come Clean for Congo” Contest entry on breaking the silence in the Congo featuring AFJN staff
This week, AFJN signed onto a policy statement providing recommendations for the incoming Obama Administration on the instability in Chad, particularly in relation to the situation in Darfur. The statement was drafted by Caring for Kaela, an international humanitarian NGO, … Continued
“Bronx Students Aid War Victims in Congo” New York Times City Room article quotes Bahati Ntama and cites AFJN.
Two hundred and fifty Notre Dame Students attended a one-day student-led symposium on human development studies at Notre Dame on February 23, 2008. Mr. Ray Offenheiser, a Notre Dame graduate who is now the president of Oxfam America, offered the … Continued
“The US War on Terror Exported to Rwanda: A Threat to Peace in DRC” Pambazuka News, article by Bahati Jacques and Beth Tuckey in reaction to President Bush’s trip to Africa