Posts highlighting both problematic and helpful examples of humanitarianism in Africa.
By: Edwin Adjei
In 2016, I undertook a trip to Larteh in the eastern region of Ghana to collect folktales for a research project I was undertaking for a publication. The […]
By: Cecelia Lynch
Humanitarianism is well-known for its buzzwords – sustainability, capacity-building, partnership. One of the newest buzzwords is “resilience.” As a recent report on resilience demonstrates, both faith-based and “secular” […]
The CIHA Blog is starting a new series called “Things People Who Want to Help Africa Should Know,” which we hope students, activists and scholars will use and contribute to. Here […]
by Philip C. Aka
In the sense it is used here, humanitarian integrity is another name for humanitarian wellbeing. It is the flipside of humanitarian catastrophe, inviting humanitarian intervention to minimize […]