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After a two-year hiatus caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, RVI held its first in-person residential course at the end of June 2022 in Naivasha, Kenya. The programme restarted with the popular Horn of Africa course, which focuses on the history, politics and culture of Somalia, Somaliland, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. The course was directed by…

A Year in the Horn of Africa: Latest Developments in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland and Djibouti.

The third in a series to help understand the causes of the drought-related crisis in the Somali regions of the Horn of Africa.

The second in a series to help understand the causes of the drought-related crisis in the Somali regions of the Horn of Africa.

The first in a series to help understand the causes of the drought-related crisis in the Somali regions of the Horn of Africa.

The Rift Valley Institute is advertising for full time Grants Officer job for the Somali Dialogue Platform based in Nairobi with regular travel to Somalia (up to 50%). For more information on job requirements, salary and benefits see the attached advert. 

Drawing our way through South Sudan's archives and history. 

As part of secured funding from the EU to strengthen women’s research in South Sudan, RVI is pleased to invite applications for research grants. 

RVI's incoming Research and Training Manager introduces the Research and Communities of Practice Project and through it our organisation's strategy of decolonizing knowledge.