Examinations of humanitarianism, charity, and development in Africa, whether from NGOs operating on the continent, foreign aid from outside of Africa, or philanthropists based anywhere in the world.
By Cilas Kemedjio
On May 30, 1967, Lieutenant-colonel Chukwumeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, the South Eastern Region’s military governor, proclaimed the Republic of Biafra at a champagne party in the city of Ennugu, […]
By Cilas Kemedjio (University of Rochester) and Cecelia Lynch (University of California, Irvine), Co-Editors of The CIHA Blog (Critical Investigations into Humanitarianism in Africa, www.cihablog.com)
Our panel on the impact of […]
In our ongoing series, “Track Changes,” we link to online content that we have found to be problematic in its assumptions, framing, or language and provide a question […]