Change is afoot in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo, where women are finding new power in working together to confront the challenges of life in an unstable region.
Why Armin Rosen's article in The Atlantic tells a story about DRC that we need to hear.
When I catch the eye of the woman in the first photo below and recall the camps for displaced people I visited a few years ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo, I know why an international arms trade treaty is more important than ever. Conflict, fueled by a steady flow of poorly regulated weapons, […]
"Our nation has the opportunity and the responsibility to stand on the right side of history."--Scott Stedjan, Oxfam America's senior policy advisor for humanitarian response
Since April, rebel groups have been tightening their grip on the region as civilians suffer profound abuses.
Among the hundreds of white tarp-covered shelters is a splash of color.