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Andrew Green
Attended Northwestern University
Lives in Juba, Central Equatoria, South Sudan
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"If the initial fatality reports hold, Guinea's outbreak is already deadlier than recent appearances of the disease in DR Congo in 2012 and in Uganda that same year."
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In South Sudan: "[If] we see no fighting after three or four months, then people will settle," says Anthony Achuil Arop, a catechist at the cathedral who is helping organise the displaced people. "But now, there is no guarantee, because they can fight at any time."
Internally displaced people are staying on in places of refuge despite shortages of food and water and the risk of disease
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Many are stuck at transit sites across South Sudan, with limited access to food and medical care.
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During the Lord's Resistance Army's campaign against northern Uganda, community radio was a key element of the reconciliation effort. Now stations are transitioning into key development partners.
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The Basua - an indigenous tribe of forest dwellers in Uganda - are disappearing. The 100 who remain have an estimated HIV rate of 20 percent.
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South Sudan is taking the first steps in what promises to be a long process of healing the fractures that prompted more than five weeks of fighting, potent
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My piece for The New Republic on the myriad problems facing South Sudan:
On a hot evening in March, with the temperature still over 100 degrees, I met a veteran journalist named Jacob Akol in South Sudan’s capital, Juba. South Sudan is the newest nation in the world,
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A look at guinea worm eradication in the world's newest country.
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My article for National Geographic News about the rise of Bujagali Dam and the flooding of a major tourist attraction.
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I think that must mean it's time for you to come and visit.
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A story I wrote for World AIDS Day about typically overlooked and underfunded mobile communities, specifically Ugandan fishermen.
On UN World AIDS Day, a Look into the Next Challenges for Combatting HIV. By Andrew Green | Dec 01, 2011. The fishing villages of Bugala—the largest island in a cluster along Uganda's side of Lake...
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  • Freelance Journalist, 2012 - present
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Freelance health and governance reporter based in East Africa.
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