Neha Sinha is working as an Associate Fellow in VIF. She did her Graduation and Masters in Political Science from Delhi University. She has a specialisation in the African region and has completed her MPhil. and PhD from the Center for African Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi India.

Contributions 
Operation Sahayata: Indian Navy Extends Support during Africa’s Hour of Need In the aftermath of the Category 4 Cyclone 'IDAI' that lashed Mozambique, the cyclone moved further deep into the continent causing enormous destruction and swamping the people of Zimbabwe and Malawi. It is to be noted that this cyclone in the South...

Russia’s Growing Influence in Africa With the collapse of the superpower in 1991, things began to change. Today, there is much being talked about India and China’s role in the African continent, ignoring the expanding interest of Russia and her presence in Africa. Until the end of the...

भारत-मोजाम्बिक रिश्तेः बेहतरी की ओर अग्रसर मोजाम्बिक गणराज्य अफ्रीकी महाद्वीप के दक्षिण-पूर्वी भाग में स्थित है। इस देश की आबादी 3 करोड़ ह...

Gandhi and the Question of Racism: The Statue Controversy in Ghana With the gaining of Independence from the Britishers in 1957, the Gold Coast of Africa came to be known as Ghana with Accra as its capital. The country lies in the western part of Africa, in the Gulf of Guinea; bordered by Togo, Ivory Coast, Burkina ...

India- Mozambique Relations: Surging Ahead The Republic of Mozambique, located in the south-eastern part of the African continent, has a population of 30 million. The country is surrounded by the Indian Ocean to its east, and has Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa ...

Occasional Papers 
An Overview of Indian Diaspora in Africa: Implications for India … Indian community residing in Africa is very special as it has contributed its skills to the development of the country of adoption, and is integrated with the indigenous populace ... they have retained their emotional,cultural and spiritual links...

Issue Briefs 
India and UN Peace keeping Operations in South Sudan ... India has had an extensive experience in resolving conflicts in nations both internally and regionally and has the potential to become an influential player in Africa especially, in South Sudan. ... India’s first-hand knowledge and efforts rega...

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