New Internationalist

Africa

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Great Expectations

Mariama’s sons are all trying to make their way in the wider world. But how do you explain to Africans that the rich world is now shutting its doors to migrants?

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

The Perils of Charity

When rich and poor worlds collide, money is inevitably a problem.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Poverty Society

Autumn of the Patriarch

The latest instalment in the lives of Adama, his four co-wives and their 26 children.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

An Audience with the Chief

Former military pilot François Moné has taken on the traditional role of Chief. He explains how he is using this to pursue the development of the village.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Politics Society

Then & Now

A photographic account of changes over the years in: housing; water; education; health; sanitation; food and farming; technology; and women.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Development (Aid) Education Housing Society Water

FiSahara: the world's most remote film festival

The festival offers refugees and international guests excitement and windows into forgotten worlds, writes Stefan Simanowitz.

Filed in: Film Western Sahara

Gaelle Enganamouit: ‘We are helping the girls of tomorrow’

In the Women’s African Football Cup of Nations female players are seeking empowerment through sport. Report by Chris Matthews.

Filed in: Cameroon

South Africa faces drought and rising food prices - can GMOs save it?

Monsanto’s so-called drought tolerant GM maize won’t tackle the drought and the root causes of hunger in South Africa, write Haidee Swanby and Linzi Lewis.

Filed in: South Africa

Southern Exposure

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Filed in: Côte d'Ivoire

When a house is not a home

On the matter of decent housing, the government turns a deaf ear to poorer citizens, while bending over backwards to help the wealthy. Lindsey Collen, who penned this column from 2006 to 2007, returns with a one-off letter.

Filed in: Mauritius

Cartels to blame for Kenya’s mass school burnings, witnesses say

The cartels influence teachers to incite students, reports Henry Owino.

Filed in: Kenya

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