Nana Anto-Awuakye

About Nana Anto-Awuakye

Nana Anto-Awuakye is the Head of our World News Unit, and has worked at CAFOD since August 2005. She has previously been a BBC radio producer, producing programmes such as Woman's Hour on Radio 4, and Outlook on BBC World Service radio, and ran the United Nations radio operation in Kosovo. She is responsible for the national and Catholic media output and communications strategies in relation to all aspects of CAFOD’s international programme work, including our responses to humanitarian emergencies.

Darfur: A day in the life

By |8 August 2014|

For the last ten years Caritas's partner Norwegian Church Aid(NCA) have been at the forefront of running life-line services for camp residents. Babiker, an NCA aid worker, who comes from the area, takes us through a typical day's work.

Darfur ten years after

By |6 August 2014|

Ten years since the conflict began in Darfur 1.4 million people are still living in camps. CAFOD’s Nana Anto-Awuakye has recently returned from Darfur and shares her reflections on what life is like for Darfur’s camp communities.

Darfur voices: Farming hands

By |4 August 2014|

People are finding it increasingly difficult to return to their villages because of the ongoing conflict between government and rebel groups and the inter-ethnic fighting between tribes, and so they are doing what they can to make a life for themselves inside the camps.

Darfur voices: Vulnerable families

By |4 August 2014|

Caritas’s partner Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) provided vulnerable families like *Rawia's with household items.

Darfur voices: Providing water

By |4 August 2014|

One of the great successes of NCA’s incredible ten-year, humanitarian programme in Darfur is how together with residents, the organisation brought water to the camp.

Darfur voices: New arrivals

By |4 August 2014|

The UN reports that in the first half of 2013, there was a surge in the number of people fleeing violence, and finding refuge inside Darfur's permanent camps. This is more than the number of people fleeing in the previous two years.

Darfur voices: The midwife

By |4 August 2014|

Hassa Hissa camp in Sudan’s Central Darfur region hosts just over 60,000 people. The clinic is a very important building inside the camp as its services reach out to the host communities as well as those living inside the camps.

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