Dariusz Dziewanski

Dariusz Dziewanski is a researcher and monitoring and evaluation consultant currently based in Cape Town, South Africa. He has worked with different non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies throughout West and East Africa, South and Central America, and South Asia. He has also worked with the Canadian International Development Agency and Department of National Defence, in Ottawa. Follow Dariusz on Twitter: @ddziewan.


How traditional healers helped defeat Ebola

Health experts say indigenous healers cannot be ignored as Sierra Leone rebuilds after deadly disease epidemic.

Poverty & Development

The price of justice in South Africa

Oscar Pistorius case demonstrates the influence of money on the country's criminal justice system, critics say.


Remembering the life of Sheikh Ahmed Deedat

The fiery South African autodidact was a champion of interreligious debate.

Gang violence

South Africa: Escaping gangland through Islam

In Cape Town's Hanover Park, former gang members who found Islam are giving youth an exit strategy from violence.


Down to zero: Recovering from Ebola in Sierra Leone

Despite no new Ebola cases in the West Africa country, the effects of the outbreak will linger for years to come.