Human violations monthly monitoring report: May 2017

Executive Summary

The month of May stands out owing to  violations of the right to education, the right to food and civil and political rights mainly freedom of association and assembly. Most socio-economic violations that were reported this month were largely due to effects of the El-Nino induced drought, the economy’s continued downward spiral, worsening cash crisis and exacerbated lack of a diversified export base.

MMR May 2017

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