The Changing Situation in South Sudan: The New Normal for NGOs

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South Sudan became an independent country in July 2011. From the start, ethnic friction has threatened the fragile nation. By December 2013, fighting erupted in Juba, the capital and largest city, and quickly spread to other parts of the country. Read full blog post »

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Preparing For Challenges: Uncertainty Remains in Egypt

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Over the weekend, it was announced that Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammad Mursi was declared the winner of the presidential run-off election in Egypt. This announcement was a key part of the transition process that began more than a year ago when former president Hosni Mubarak was ousted.
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Study Finds Most Dangerous Locations for Business Travel: Protect Your Employees in High-Risk Locations

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Does your organization dispatch employees to dangerous or high-risk areas? It’s likely the answer is “yes.” According to our recently released Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management Global Benchmarking Study, 95 percent of the more than 600 organizations polled said their business travelers journey to locations they consider to be “high-risk.”
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