(September 2017) Blue Nile continues to face a dire humanitarian situation with thousands displaced by violence and flooding. Initial estimates put the number of internally displaced around 27,000, over a third of the population.
- Heavy rains and displacement threatens the 2018 harvest in Blue Nile, creating a very poor food security outlook. • Active fighting and human rights concerns continue in and around Blue Nile, more assistance is badly needed to address the ongoing conflict.
- New details from Kaw and Warni suggest the shrinking population faces a dire humanitarian situation.
(September 19, 2017) The Al Khatim Adlan Centre for Enlightenment and Human Development, together with our partners in the Horn of Africa Civil Society Forum and Pax today launched the report on how laws and policies across the Horn of Africa are shrinking the space for civil society.
(1 September 2017) On 14th August 2017, court police forced pastor/ Yahya Abdurrahman and Pastor/ Sediq Abdalla to vacate their houses due to adjudication which was wrongfully implemented. The families of the two pastors stayed on the roadside (open space) as police objected to the family’s’ pleas and explanation.