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Somali youth deported After 22 Years in US

Recently the United States has had a fiery debate over immigration issues, generally centered around the southern border shared with Mexico.  However, this is not the only area of the world that ICE is cracking down on refugees and immigrants. 

Ethiopia’s New Prime Minister Delivers Overdue Reforms

Since being appointed as Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister in April, Dr. Abiy Ahmed has expedited massive reform to enhance the economy which sparked a new hope for the future of Ethiopia. Before his tenure, Ethiopia faced three years of violent

Urgent Need to Restoring Peace in Central African Republic

Currently, one of the crisis areas on the African Continent is the civil conflict and instability in Central African Republic. The United States Institute of Peace held a briefing on June 27 titled “Creating a Stable Peace in the Central

U.S. to apply better sanctioning tools against authoritarian regimes

On May 15, 2018 John Prendergast, co-founder of The Sentry and founder of the Enough Project testified before the Home Subcommittee on Africa. He called the attention of the US government on the need for new, more efficient and smart

Help has arrived from Uganda in Malaria testing

When it comes to the most occurring causes of death in sub-Saharan Africa, malaria takes the lead. Brian Gitta, 24, from Uganda recently, unveiled a low-cost, reusable tool to detect malaria in its preliminary stages. His invention is called Matibabu,

Thanksgiving Mass for 150 Years at the Service of God’s People in Africa

     In our ministry, we meet people of different faiths (African Traditional religion, Christianity and Islam). These encounters take different forms [1]: Dialogue of life; dialogue of social action, dialogue of theological reflection, dialogue of spiritual exchange. Whatever the