Photographer Pete Muller spent a week in Yida, South Sudan and neighboring camps providing visual media support for an Amnesty International research mission looking into wide-ranging human rights concerns in the area.
"The refugees are pouring into South Sudan because the government of neighboring Sudan is using starvation as a weapon in its South Kordofan and Blue Nile regions," said John Prendergast, co-founder of Enough Project.
Africa: Altered States, Ordinary Miracles By Richard Dowden. This book follows the personal experiences of the author and touches on several aspects of current culture in Africa, as well as explains historical change. Some topics and countries discussed include Oil and the Internet in Nigeria, aid for Sudan, and problems Zimbabwe, and other countries have encountered.
UNESCO | Education - Prof. Joel Samoff. Joel Samoff is an Africa scholar and professor of African Studies and Political Science at Stanford University where much of his courses focus on South Africa, and much of his current research focuses on improving education in this area.
Association of Concerned Africa Scholars: Analysis and Action on Policies Impacting Africa. This website is specifically for Africa Scholars and several of the members of the board are American University professors or directors. This association is making efforts to help solve current problems in Africa, and the website serves as a good source to locate experts in the field.