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Darfur: A Way of Life Lost Article

Darfur: A Way of Life Lost

Compared to other protracted displacement situations, the duration of Darfur’s forced migration has been short. However, the fact that Darfuris have ended up in camps means that they are not able to practice the livelihoods that they have been pursuing for generations.

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Haiti’s Changing Tide Report
Members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Task Force 2 Search and Rescue team have a meeting to prepare to leave for Haiti to help in that country's devastating earthquake. (AP/Francis Specker)

Haiti’s Changing Tide

Report from Reuben Brigety and Natalie Ondiak lays out a sustainable security strategy for Haiti that would initiate a virtuous circle of development in the country.

26 Million and Growing Interactive

26 Million and Growing

Interactive map shows the rising number of internally displaced persons worldwide, and Natalie Ondiak offers a three-step plan for addressing the issue.

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The Cost of Reaction Report
A soldier from the Sudan People's Liberation Army carries his son in the streets of Yei, Juba, Southern Sudan. Almost half the displaced in Southern Sudan are children. (IRIN/Manoocher Deghati)

The Cost of Reaction

The third in a series of reports on sustainable security examines a new long-term strategy for delivering aid to countries in crisis as opposed to a reactive approach.