Exploring returnee reintegration challenges following the 2015 crisis in Burundi

A report published by the IRRI (International Refugee Right Initiative and unnamed Burundi Local Partners) explicitly concluded that in Burundi “history has shown that the failures of previous return and reintegration processes have set the stage for the next round of displacement and ignited conflicts, including over land”. A quick review of available literature done before conducting this research has potentially indicated that returnees’ assistance has been taken more as a short-term humanitarian exercise which often ignore the development nexus2 and thus making return a less durable solution than expected. Following this preliminary conclusion, qualitative research among the returnees following the displacements related to the 2015 political crisis in Burundi, was organised in the province of Rutana, Giharo Commune during August and September 2022.

The impact of women economic empowerment on entrepreneurship (case study -Yemen)

The study revealed that there is an increase in the participation of women in humanitarian work in its four axes (health initiatives, relief projects, educational programs and Social cohesion) according to the demographics criterion. This participation greatly helps to empower women to be either pioneers of change if they are uninvolved with the political regime, or as decision makers in case They are involved with political regime, the study found that the Yemeni society has the eligibility to apply it since the study found that the society is primarily accepting women’s participation in peace and humanitarian issues. The study set out a set of recommendations that were supposed to enhance the participation of women in humanitarian work and to ensure their empowerment, and pointed out that the implementation of resolution 1325 required government authorities to work out a national plan for its implementation.

Competing constraints: Investigating operational mismatch between accountability principles and accountability practises

It’s time for a new age of accountability in the humanitarian sector, one that truly reflects the sector’s increased responsibilities and commitment. The gap in community responsibility should close, and a more structured approach to accountability should result in less harm to communities. Several organizations have advocated for a more meaningful accountability mechanism that ensures that policies are implemented rather than merely written down and filed away.

Protection and assistance to internally displaced persons in Africa. Case of the Republic of Congo Brazzaville

The multiplication of conflicts in the Pool department and the flooding of Les Bandas in the Niari region are among the problems faced by the Republic of Congo over the last ten years. Despite the limited achievements of the Government and some of its partners in assisting IDPs and managing war and flood-torn zones in these southern parts of the country, these humanitarian crisis have cast doubt about the effectiveness of the response brought in these localities.

This study aims 7at assessing interventions already conducted in the lights of international, regional, sub-regional and national instruments on the one hand, and strategic framework on protection and assistance of Internally Displaced Persons, on the other hand. To meet its objective, the study employed qualitative and quantitative research approaches.

Internal displacement in Ethiopia a scoping review of its causes, trends and consequences

This article sought to examine the scope, range, and nature of evidence on major drivers and socio-economic and psychological impacts of internal displacement in Ethiopia. A scoping review of the literature was conducted. A total of 9 databases and 8 other sources were searched from February to June 2021, yielding 3479 articles after duplicates were eliminated. The researcher selected and reviewed 36 articles that met inclusion criteria. The findings reveal that conflict-induced displacement is the primary driver followed by climate-induced displacement and other factors causing displacement (such as development projects, severe wind, and social tensions).

HDPN Situation in Borno State

In 2017, the United Nations (UN) stated that the world was facing the most serious humanitarian crisis since the Second World War, with over 20 million people at risk of starvation and famine (Food Security Outlook Update, 2017). The crisis was concentrated in four countries: Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen. Alongside hunger, large portions of the population in these countries were facing deteriorating living conditions and threatened livelihoods (Food Security Outlook Update, 2017).

The influence of refugee camps to the surrounding communities in developing economies; a case of Mahama refugee camp in Kirehe district, Rwanda.

This study explored the influence of refugee camps to the surrounding communities in developing economies with reference Mahama camp located in Eastern part of Rwanda. The study determined the cash out activities involved refugee population in the host community, evaluated the level of environment conservation in Mahama community and quantified the statistical relationship between refugee population activities and environmental conservation as the specific research objectives. The study was descriptive in nature. Both primary and secondary data were used thereby primary data was collected from 494 respondents including both Burundians and Rwandans for the accuracy and reliability of information gathered.

The Challenges of Girl-Child Education, A Case Study of Yobe State, North-East Nigeria

The term ‘girl-child refers to a female between the ages of 6-18 years (Mukhatar (2011). Thus, in countries affected by conflict (Northeast Nigeria), girls are more than twice as likely to be out of school than girls living in non-affected countries. According to Nigerian President Muhammed Buhari as quoted on January 16, 2020 Nigeria has 13.2 million out-of-school children. The girl-child accounts for 60% of this figure. Pervasive gender ideologies at the household and community levels always favor boys over girls and promote differential educational opportunities and outcomes.

Introduction to Menstrual Hygiene and Management amongst Teenage Girls in Gwagwalada Area Council

This project is focused on educating, empowering, sensitization and awareness of the girl child on menstruation matters. Following recent issues on menstruation practices and its ills associated such as menstruation being as a taboo, or girls feeling there are mistakes for being born into this world, absenteeism from school and menstruation stigma, a club known as Dignity for Girls’ (D4G) was initiated to sensitize girls on proper menstruation practices.

Impact of Leadership Style on Employee’ performance In (Non- profit Organizations) Taiz, Ibb Yemen Case Study

Employees performance is a critical factor in organizations success. An effective employee is a combination of an excellent skill set and a production of work environment. There are numerous factors that affect employees’ performance. One of them is leadership style, the objective of the study is to establish the perceived factors of leadership style that affect employees’ performance in the non-profit organization.