Map: Al-Shabab’s rapid encroachment into Kenya
Map: Al-Shabab radio stations currently in operation, along with some of the locations they have taken equipment.
Source: Information Support Team, African Union/United Nations. Note: The information presented here is part of an IST report, made public on somali-media.so, with information that is continuously being edited and is therefore not a “definitive” version.
This map reflects calls for funding in three key sectors (health, education, and services) outlined by the 2013 investment map released by the Iraqi National Investment Commission, the face of private investment in Iraq and the Government’s voice of investment needs.
In the effort to win the “hearts and minds” of Iraqis, two leading international development agencies have spent considerable funding rebuilding Iraq, since 2006. This map begs the question of whether the Sunni community has been disproportionately served.
Source: In some cases, USAID and the World Bank do not disclose the location of a project for security reasons. This map reflects the projects made publicly available through the USAID and World Bank online databases as of June 19, 2014. Ethnic boundaries are drawn based on the work of Dr. M. Izady at Columbia University’s Gulf 2000 project, and the Empirical Studies of Conflict.
What’s the story of your first days in America?
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