Frontline reflections on Guinea's battle against EbolaBy Misha Hussain
Poverty, bad habits and tradition are fuelling the spread of Ebola
Milk making a real impact on malnutrition in the SahelBy Misha Hussain
When funds run short, what is the best way to tackle malnutrition among young children in the Sahel region? Should we try an intensive, but expensive, approach or carry on as before, controlling but not reducing the problem?
Sahel needs innovation, ALIMA has some good ideasBy Misha Hussain
A little known medical charity comes up with some effective ways to help to ease suffering in the Sahel, where 5 million children have acute malnutrition
At UNHCR, there’s nothing to fear but bright ideasBy Misha Hussain
The UN refugee agency, long known for its aversion to new and risky ideas, has launched an internal drive for innovative approaches to refugees' problems. Here are a few bright ideas from outside too.
Longer programmes needed for real behaviour change on FGCBy Misha Hussain
Behavioural change programmes need to be much longer if we want to see a real reduction in female genital cutting, and the short-term goal-orientated approach of some NGOs is at odds with this
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