As reported by Chris McGreal in The Guardian: “A decade of fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo is continuing to kill about 45,000 people each month - half of them small children - in the deadliest conflict since the second world war, according to a new survey.”
I…I don’t know how to react to this. I just don’t know.
I just don’t know.
It makes the show we want to do on the ethics of international aid as pressing as, well, as it’s ever been. Our attempts to contact a potentially great guest in Uganda have been marred by technical difficulties.