À quoi ça sert?

– Max-Landry Kassaï, 27 février 2018   À quoi ça sert de crier si ta voix n’est pas entendue? À quoi ça sert de combattre si ta lutte est comme une goutte d’eau dans la mer? À quoi ça sert de dénoncer ces crimes odieux SiRead More

Exhibition in ASCL Library: Young people after demobilization in Bangui

This is not the type of exposition one would expect when one thinks of child soldiers. Normally traumatized children in military fatigue are portrayed while they hold their guns. For a research and documentary project we interviewed young people in Bangui who recently disengaged fromRead More

Ray’s Kim EDM, le nouveau Smokey tchadien?

– Deuhb Emmanuel Zyzou, 14 février 2018 Artiste rappeur-slammeur, Ray’s Kim le «Bunda Boss» comme l’appel fièrement ses admirateurs a animé ce lundi 29 Janvier 2018 en pleine crise sociale dans son pays le Tchad une conférence de mobilisation et d’appel à rassemblement des artistesRead More

Book chapter: Experiences in Researching Conflict and Violence

Meike de Goede and Inge Ligtvoet wrote a chapter for Experiences in Researching Conflict and Violence, edited by Althea-Maria Rivas and Brendan Ciaran Browne (Bristol, Policy Press). The chapter is titled ‘Fields of Insecurity: Responding to Flows of Information’. This chapter focuses on the impactRead More

Esatis Le Bon – Arnold Ngbagalet, “Kangbi na contrainte”

We are happy to present the text of “Kangbi na contrainte“, a reflection by slam artist Arnold Ngbagalet a.k.a. Esatis le Bon on the theme of ‘duress’. Arnold is a refugee from CAR living in Congo-Kinshasa. See also the live blog post on the slam concertRead More

About the author: Max-Landry Kassaï

Born in 1990 in Bangui (Central African Republic), Max holds a master degree in public law and international relations of the University of Bangui. He is passionate about writing and has done internships in local journals in Bangui, as well as in the Congolese radioRead More

Je dénonce la fête du 1 décembre

– Max-Landry Kassaï, 21 decembre 2017 (précédemment publié le 1er decembre 2017) Entre le 1er décembre et le 13 août, toutes officielles, quelle est la fête qui doit être importante et pompeusement organisée? Doit-on placer le 1er décembre au-dessus du 13 août? A-t-on peur de dire au mondeRead More

Dawa M-Health Project

Dr. Didier Lalaye has set up a low Tech solution M-Health project in Chad to fight child mortality caused by infection of the Bilharzia worm.  An easy to treat problem when caught in time. Estimates show that worldwide till 800,000 children die a year andRead More

About the author: Deuhb Emmanuel Zyzou

Informaticien de formation à HEC TCHAD, il a été infographiste puis chargé de l’édition aux Editions Sao (une maison d’édition de livre) pendant 5 ans (jusqu’à 2015). Activiste bloggeur. Jeune ambassadeur de UNFPA Chad. Membre à Youth Council (US Embassy Chad). Chargé des affaires culturelles à l’association Tchad Plus, quiRead More

Publication of the Mobile Money research report

Earlier this week, the research report of CTD’s sister project Mobile Money was made public. The Mobile Money research project, directed by CTD researchers Mirjam de Bruijn and Inge Butter, is centred around a comparative ethnographic study into the usage, perceptions and attitudes towards mobile money in four countries.Read More

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