Dependency is at the heart of African insecurity

Although the African Union has something of collective ‘force’, African security has been inexorably bound to external intervention that in many cases has left a state of greater instability and insecurity among states which even after such interventions, continue to struggle with the very internal conflicts it sought to contain.

A community that looks after itself – in Tanzania

On my recent travels to East Africa I was invited to a small town just outside Dar Es Salam by the name of Kibaha. I went to aid in the setting up of an extension of a hospital. I would never look back and it has changed my whole outlook on how a charity and society should be run and …