Central African Republic


Dr Louisa N. Lombard

Published: 7 Oct 2016

Louisa Lombard is an assistant professor of anthropology at Yale University. Previously she was a Ciriacy-Wantrup postdoctoral fellow in the department of geography at the University of California at Berkeley. She earned her PhD in cultural anthropology from Duke University in 2012. She is currently working on two book manuscripts, one of which takes a…

Prof Philip C. Burnham

Published: 7 Oct 2016

Prof. Burnham is an anthropologist with extensive research experience in West and Central Africa, returning regularly to the region. He has undertaken extensive fieldwork for over forty years on various ethnographic themes including: economic and social change, kinship structures, inter‑ethnic relations, and the political structures of the Gbaya and Fulani peoples of Cameroon and the…

Danish Refugee Council

Published: 6 Oct 2016

Amongst DRC’s activities are return facilitation; legal aid, counselling & information; community mobilisation (building capacities for self-protection); dialogue and interaction between rights-holders and duty-bearers and opposed groups; advocacy and raising awareness about rights of refugees, IDPs and returnees.