Anna Cavell

Anna Cavell

Anna Cavell is a journalist based in South Sudan. In Africa she has covered elections and investigated human trafficking in Uganda.


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The chia seed is caus­ing su­per prof­its for some small-scale farm­ers in Ugan­da. They have switched from tra­di­tion­al crops to the seed, first grown half way across the world by the Aztecs.

Published On 6 May 2017

A grass­roots cam­paign has start­ed in Ugan­da against the in­creas­ing num­bers of sex­u­al as­saults on women. Ac­cord­ing to one rights group, 90 per­cent of Ugan­dan women have ex­pe­ri­enced sex­u­al ha­rass­ment of some sort.

Published On 1 May 2017

The head of the UN mis­sion in South Su­dan, Hilde John­son, on of­fer­ing bases for peo­ple seek­ing pro­tec­tion in Juba

Published On 24 Mar 2014

When it comes to hu­man rights staff, gov­ern­ment in Juba says it “knows where they go, who they talk to, who they meet”.

Published On 14 Nov 2012

Al Jazeera speaks to some repa­tri­at­ed from Khar­toum to be­gin a new life in the world’s youngest coun­try.

Published On 24 May 2012
A refugee woman from Jonglei State in South Sudan sits inside a temporary shelter with her child at the registration centre in Kakuma refugee camp