film: No War, No Peace

Forgotten Conflicts: Why landmines keep on killing in Senegal

IRIN News' multimedia series on Forgotten Conflicts
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  • journalistieke projecten
  • 2015

Produced, written, shot and edited a special feature for IRIN News' multimedia series on Forgotten Conflicts.

The low-intensity separatist struggle in Casamance is West Africa’s longest-running civil conflict.

“Demining in the Casamance region in Senegal could be done in six months. ”It is a bold claim, but Chris Natale, former country director of humanitarian relief agency Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) in Senegal, is speaking from experience garnished with frustration.