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 
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 ...

साइबर अपराध पर प्रथम अफ्रीकी सम्मेलन संपन्न दुनिया भर में इंटरनेट अफ्रीकी देशों में ही सबसे तेज रफ्तार से अपनी पैठ बना रहा है। अफ्रीकी संघ न...

Ethiopia Hosts the First African Forum on Cybercrime The African nations are facing the fastest growth rate in Internet penetration worldwide. The African Union has revealed that the digital connectivity in the continent has tripled in the last five years, and it is also expected that by 2020, nearly a...

Africa on Top Priority: Prime Minister Modi Visits Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a five day, three-nation tour to Africa. The first leg of his visit was Rwanda, followed by Uganda where he addressed the Parliament of Uganda; and finally to South Africa to attend the 10th BRICS (Brazil, Ru...

Significance of President of Seychelles Danny Faure’s Visit to India Over the last few years, India’s outreach to Africa has been considerable, particularly the relation between Indian and Seychelles has always been worthy of attention. Since 1976, when Seychelles gained independence, the relationship between the t...

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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