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Children struggle for a living in Gulu, Uganda. (Short Story) 8-08-2007
by senkungu ibrahim
I eased my way into a conversation with Morris Opira and Samuel Ojwiya, and a different picture began to emerge. Morris and Samuel are childhood friends from Purongo, 50 kilometers northwest of Gulu. They fled their village to avoid the war...

SPLA/SPLM's crimes against humanity in Southern Sudan will not go unanswered (Opinions) 19-12-2008
by John Sunday Martin, Chairman of Mundri Youth Development Association- (MYDA)
The history of the liberation struggle in the Republic of Sudan, particularly in the Southern part, has its foundations on human rights- the desire to be free and to enjoy rights that are alienable to all mankind by Universal Declaration of Human...

War Child (Opinions) 12-12-2005
by Tinashe
In the chaos of political, social and economic conflict- children are often left with no rights and many times, silenced. Children around the world are being used in warfare as part of suicide bombings, messengers, mine detectors, spies and so on....

War Child Canada (Opinions) 16-10-2006
by Saurabh Sunil Chitnis
Children have always been considered our future. They are expected to learn from adults’ mistakes and carry the world into a new and prosperous age as leaders and champions of a glorious tomorrow. But, for the thirty thousand or so children...

We are alive! (Poetry) 20-05-2008
by Zaid Shopeju
We’re passing thru’ hell in the hands of tyrants calling themselves our leaders. They sacrifice our children to wars and kill our young ones before their time. They turn a nation flowing with milk and honey into a land of pain and severe...

What hope for Somali children? (Opinions) 20-04-2010
by Ahmedsadik yusuf Mohamed
In general, Somali children’s lives are endangered everywhere in the country, because their mothers face a very high risk of dying during the period of pregnancy or in childbirth. Contagious diseases like diarrheas, disease-related dehydration,...