How Weavers Are Now On Europe's Migration Front Line
[IRIN] Ouagadugu -Speed, endurance, dexterity and an eye for colour: just some of the skills needed when weaving on a loom. Eveline Ou├ędraogo masters them all. Without visible effort, this Burkinab├ę woman rapidly moves her feet over the pedals, her hands manoeuvring 40 brightly coloured coils of thread.
Prices, Products and Priorities - Meeting Refugees' Energy Needs in Burkina Faso and Kenya
[Chatham House] As the number of displaced people increases, and aid budgets come under further pressure, the imperative to identify cost-effective and sustainable solutions for delivering energy to refugees is more pressing than ever.
'We're Here to Stay' - Vigilante Policing Spreading Across Burkina Faso
[African Arguments] In the absence of the state, local armed units have emerged to enforce law and order. They have been welcomed by many, but not all.
A Report's Conclusions, Presented On the Ground
[ICG] A Crisis Group report would never come to be without months of field work, drafting and discussion. And as this photo essay shows, our analysts' presentation of a new publication to its readers is also the beginning of a new cycle of research.
CHAN 2018 - Quarter-Final Line-Up is Complete
[CAF] Angola played out a barren draw against Congo in a Group D clash on Wednesday in Agadir, as the two sides progressed to the knockout stage.
Congo Confirm Last Eight Spot
[CAF] Second half goals from defender Carof Bakoua and substitute Kader Bidimbou inspired Congo to a 2-0 win over Burkina Faso on Saturday in Agadir and confirm their place at the knockout stage.