Month: September 2014

Sept 2014: Ebola (Anyar)

Few months ago West African countries faced a very tormenting epidemic which killed thousands over a short while Ebola is a highly infectious disease which spread like a wild fire. Once the disease is detected in a country, the government

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Sept 2014: US and DRC Relations Need a Change (Ajak)

United State of America’s strategies have been best focused on dealing with African issues, but US had done little to end the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, Somalia and DRC regardless of his displayed interest in DRC than any other

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Sept 2014: Zimbabwe Politics. A South Sudan Perspective (Aguet)

Another year begun which is 2014, but is promises to be less eventful than 2013,which proves to be politically and economically turbulent. The year began on a gloomy note, with many Zimbabweans unsure what is in store for them amid

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Sept 2014: Background on Ebola in West Africa (Reec)

Background Information According to an Essay by Center for Global Development, August 2007, “Sierra Leone is a small country of six million people situated on the coast of West Africa”. The Portuguese explorers Named it “Lion Mountain”. Historically, it became

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Sept 2014: Ebola Outbreak. A South Sudan Perspective (Guor)

Ebola is a virus that is transmitted through direct contact with the bodily fluids of someone who is infected. The virus is also known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever which is a type RNA that is highly contagious and is often

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Sept 2014: Boko Haram. A South Sudan Perspective (Kou)

What do Boko Haram want? Sane people would not love to see a devastating turmoil, like that of Nigeria, to engulf their own countries. I know there are some precedencies where some cases of violence are justifiable. These may include

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