From brutal warfare in the Democratic Republic of Congo to absolute rule in the HIV-ridden kingdom of Swaziland, aid workers live with danger, writes Stuart Clark.
The dangers faced by development workers in politically unstable parts of Africa came into sharp focus earlier this month when Concern Ireland had to evacuate one of its programme off ices in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a country whose slide toward full-scale civil war seems inexorable.
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