Rhoda Nduku


About Rhoda Nduku

Peace Scholar, Climate change Advocate, An Editor.

A New Approach To Conflict Resolution In Somalia

Five people are dead, and 10 have been injured from a land mine detonated in a restaurant in Baidoa on July 4th. This has happened after al-Shabab claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing carried out last month on a Turkish military base in Mogadishu. An armed vehicle sped through a […]


Syrian War 1

The Turkish military has deployed troops to Idlib to monitor the 2017 deescalation conflict. Following the agreement brokered by Turkey and Russia that has been repeatedly violated, it was hoped that the agreement would avert a government assault. The UN said this threatened to create the humanitarian catastrophe of 21st […]


Greenpeace Protests 2

Last year, an audit of plastic pollution found that Nestlé is one of the top three plastic polluters in the world. In 2017, 98% of its products, including beverages, were packaged in single-use packing. The corporation produced 1.7 million tonnes of plastic last year as a result of its throwaway […]


ISIL Fighters Lose The Last Stronghold In Syria

U.S. and Kurdish forces have attacked the last stronghold of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) . Aerial bombings of the town of Hajin, where the last remnants of ISIL are located, have increased and SDF commanders are making progress. This being the last territory, ISIL analysts […]