Government forces outnumbered four-to-one by dozens of unaccountable militias.
Insurgent fighters in eastern Congo find they can sign peace deals and join the army, and then desert to extract more concessions from weak government.
Political institutions and employers favour “top three” ethnic groups, leaving minorities out in the cold.
Donors gave more than one million dollars in funding and materials, but paper trail for where this went proves elusive.
Street sellers say they have to pay daily bribes to city officials if they want to continue working.
Medicines provided by international donors go missing and turn up on the open market.
Millions of dollars spent on staff who don’t turn up for work.
Latest survey suggests Marco Polo sheep numbers have risen.
Investigation suggests fatalities from drinking stagnant or polluted water are much higher than officials admit.
Most households have at least one unlicensed weapon, despite government efforts to call them in and curb deadly feuds.