Navanti wins prime IDIQ ($40M ceiling) at USAID Bureau of Management to strengthen operations performance management.
3 Major Impacts of the Yemen crisis on Livelihoods and Income
This is the second in a two-part series examining iterative negotiations in al-Waer, the final remaining opposition-held neighborhood in Homs, Syria.
This is the first in a two-part series examining iterative negotiations in al-Waer, the final remaining opposition-held neighborhood in Homs, Syria.
Throughout 2016, we have seen signs that ISIS and other jihadis are looking to South East Asia. Can we expect an uptick in incidents there over 2017?
It’s been 21 years since the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords in 1995 that signaled the end of war in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH). And on 02 October 2012, the local and municipal elections were held, the first major election in which a generation born after the war could vote. Yet, even this new generation of voters could not make changes to the country’s entrenched ethnically based political parties.
Did You Know: Lithuania is among the top consumers of illicit cigarettes in Europe?
As the "Theft of the Century" continues to ripple through Moldovan politics, Navanti analyst Alexsei Lund assesses the long term impact of the event on Moldova and the wider region.
The Aftermath of Boko Haram
Across Nigeria’s Borno state, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) are living in formal camps and informal settlements. During the past few months, humanitarian organizations have begun shedding light on malnutrition and desperate need for food assistance inside IDP camps and across Borno and the rest of northeastern Nigeria. A series of reports and site visits culminated in a 23 August 2016 news release from the World Food Program (WFP) indicating that the number of people in need of food assistance in northeastern Nigeria has increased two-fold since March 2016 to 4.5 million people.
As those living in northeastern Nigeria, particularly IDPs affected by Boko Haram (BH)-related violence, wait for much-needed assistance — which has recently been hindered by BH attacks on humanitarian convoys and general insecurity — many struggle to survive off income sources such a farm labor, trade, firewood sales, and other odd jobs. Included in this is the reality that some female IDPs, in their desperation to feed their children, even sell their bodies in exchange for money.
In July 2016, Navanti bore witness to IDPs and residents across Borno State, photographing many of them as they worked to feed themselves and their families.
Post-Euromaidan Ukraine is rife with examples of civic unity at the grassroots level. One only has to look to efforts of unpaid volunteers working to help wounded Ukrainian military veterans or assisting internally displaced peoples from the conflict zones to see tangible examples of a unified Ukrainian society.