Sarah Namondo

About Sarah Namondo

Sarah is an international law expert. She is passionately interested in advocating for peace by promoting the rights of refugees. In a bit to condemn conflicts and propose durable solutions, she is detemined to outcry the plights of vulnerable people around the world especially children.

Freedom To Campaign As A Political Leader Should Be Free In Uganda

The upcoming Uganda elections seem to be stirring up common political outrage. Encaved in the heart of East Africa, Uganda has been ruled by President Kaguta Museveni since January 1986. It is public knowledge of how his terms of office and re-elections have been conducted. Having constitutional laws providing for […]

Climate Change Worsens The Humanitarian Crisis

Evolving changes in the climate continue to affect lives, especially those in vulnerable regions like Africa. After decades of decline, the World Health Organization reported in 2018 that food insecurity is on the rise. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations confirmed this in 2019. Climate change’s direct […]

From  Mentao To Goudoubo And To Dori: Malian Refugee Education Unrest

Burkina Faso has been home recently for many Malians fleeing conflicts. Counting nearly 20,000 refugees, many of whom have recently fled the camps  are “seeking safety in other parts of the country or even returning to their homeland,” UNHCR reports. Burkina Faso has equally been battling with managing a huge internal displacement of people […]

Respecting The Rule Of Law Exceeds The Promulgation Of New Laws: Sudan’s New Government

Progress in improving the laws surrounding certain practices like F.G.M. (female genital mutilation) has been slower than expected in Sudan, but it is possible. This age-old practice has not only been a grave human rights violation for young women and girls, but it has affected the mentality of the Sudanese […]

Tents Are Tents, Homes Are Homes: A Plea To The International Community For Refugees

The global migration rate keeps increasing and solutions to resolve conflicts seem to be fewer or unknown. Refugees migrate into different countries using treacherous routes. When their lives are spared, some countries have helped with the support of the UNHCR and other humanitarian organizations to provide tents. These people spend […]

New Start Or Old Story: A Pre-Election Appeal To Burundi

Burundi is the converging point of the African Great Lakes region and East Africa, but finding political stability in its presidential situation has been a complex, unanswered concern for Burundians. The world anticipates seeing fair, impartial voting in the upcoming May 20th elections largely because Incumbent Pierre Nkurunziza has promised […]

Displaced Burkinabes and Confused Malian Refugees In Burkina Faso

The Republic of Burkina Faso is home to one of Africa’s iconic revolutionists – former President Thomas Sankara. Since his death, Burkinabes have experienced consistent political instability, said to be the reason for the rise and untamed activities of armed groups within the nation. Similar to several other landlocked African […]

Who Is A Migrant, A Refugee, A Stateless Person And An Asylum Seeker?

The disastrous repurcussions of the major world wars have included several civil conflicts which were then followed by ongoing widespread migration. Nowadays, wars are increasingly complicated and primarily related to international trade and development, however, the desire for certain countries to be considered superior has increased global pressures to respond […]

Burundian Refugees Forced To Flee Tanzania

Tanzania has been home to hundreds of thousands of refugees over decades and offered citizenship to tens of thousands since 1972. Recently, Tanzania has begun coercively expelling refugees, and 163,000 Burundians have left fearing arrest or deportation. This comes following the October 11th comment by President John Magufuli that Burundian […]

EU Reports Reveal Libya’s Reason For Migrant Detentions

Since 2000, the number of migrants from conflict countries in Africa attempting to cross the Mediterranean has geometrically increased. The influx has been unmaintainable and has forced several European governments to institute strict border policies. Until recently, the Guardian reports explain how preventing migrants from entering Italy via Libya is […]

4.5 Million Venezuelan Displacements Since 2015, The UN And Partners Outcry

The political and economic instability in Venezuela seems to geometrically influence the mass exodus of now millions of Venezuelans. Since 2015 when this humanitarian crisis began, the gravity of the instability has caused the UNHCR, UN Migration Organization and the European Union to label it the “direst” displacement crises in […]