Market-making for Burundi’s farmers

By |april 30th, 2018|Africa, agricultural subsidies, Burundi, Development Policy, News|

One of the main causes of food insecurity for farmers in rural areas is limited access to agricultural inputs. Donors, NGOs and governments are using a variety of new tools to improve access to basic products.

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African ‘solidarity vote’ throws UN Burundi abuse probe into question

By |september 29th, 2017|Africa, Burundi, crimes against humanity, News, United Nations|

The UN rights council voted yesterday (28 September) to send experts to help authorities in crisis-wracked Burundi to investigate violations, casting doubt on whether an independent international probe would be allowed to continue.

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EU fails to convince ACP countries to sanction Burundi

By |junij 23rd, 2017|ACP, Burundi, Cotonou agreement, EU-ACP Joint Parliamentary Assembly, human rights, News|

Despite two years of political crisis and a downward spiral of human rights and rule of law abuses in Burundi, Europe has failed to mobilise a wave of condemnation from other developing countries. EURACTIV France reports.

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