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Destruction in Yemen

No Strangers to War


The only practical solution to ending the desperation in Yemen is an immediate end to the Saudi-led bombardment and blockade of the country.

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Doctors in Damaged Hospital in Syria

In Syria, Drying Out the Sea to Kill the Fish


On March 28, 2015, Jabhat al-Nusra and allied opposition groups wrested Idlib city from government control in Syria. The following day, the Syrian air force attacked the city’s Red Crescent-run hospital with rockets, causing significant damage and forcing the hospital to close.

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Mobile App Being Used in Kenya

Tech & Human Rights Blog Series: Bringing Low-Resourced Areas Out of Darkness


Power cuts are a daily reality of working in low-resourced, conflict-affected countries like the DRC, and are only one of many such hurdles. These challenges are not insurmountable.

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Police Officers at Minova Training

Tech & Human Rights Blog Series: Justin and His Search for Justice


PHR’s new mobile phone application, MediCapt, will be an important tool for Justin and for police officers all over the DRC who are doing their best to secure justice for victims of sexual violence.

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MediCapt Training

Tech & Human Rights Blog Series: From the Exam Room to the Courtroom and the Bumpy Road in Between


The idea was intriguing: create a mobile application that would allow clinicians to document physical findings during medical examinations of sexual violence victims.

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