On November 7, 2015, Sierra Leone was officially declared Ebola free. That seemed to suggest that the country could now move on, but the epidemic had left its mark everywhere: people’s faith in the health service and the authorities had been shaken; the virus had torn families and whole villages apart; friends became enemies, as fear of picking up the virus spread; suspicion was rife and ubiquitous, as was mourning, for the thousands who had succumbed to Ebola.
Xchange Perspectives (XcP) supported the GIZ Governance Programme (GovPro) to establish a Community Radio Station in Morobo County, Central Equatoria State, Republic of South Sudan. Ochan A. Hannington provides insight into the Radio Morobo project.
The film ‘A call for arms: Community security and arms control in Darfur’, produced by Xchange Perspectives (XcP) for BICC, sheds light on the traditional-leader led approach to control arms, outlining different aspects of the initiative and how it benefits the people of Darfur.
“The Five — Merry-Go-Round to Fantomia” is the title of a play by the theatre on stilts project Merula. “The Five” will premiere Saturday evening 08:00PM, August 2, 2014 at the Albanian League in Prizren, Kosovo -- don’t miss.
Xchange Perspectives (XcP) supported Weltfilme e.V. to implement the Juba Youth project in South Sudan. XcP and Weltfilme worked with five South Sudanese film-makers to produce fictional and documentary short films on issues affecting the youth and their way of living in South Sudan.