Safety Nets for Vulnerable Children in Burkina Faso

22/12/15

Safety Nets for Vulnerable Children in Burkina Faso

At the age of four months, Helene Onadja had already experienced more trauma than many people undergo in their whole lives. Helene lost her mother to a sudden illness. Stories like this are all too common in countries like Burkina Faso.

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In Uganda, Investing in Women Farmers as a Force for Change

17/12/15

In Uganda, Investing in Women Farmers as a Force for Change

In August 2006, displaced people began to return to their villages, and Action Against Hunger transitioned its programs from emergency response to rehabilitation and recovery.

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We team up with the innocent foundation to beat child hunger

14/12/15

We team up with the innocent foundation to beat child hunger

Action Against Hunger and the innocent foundation are working together in Mali and Pakistan to revolutionise the treatment of malnutrition

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The Paris Agreement leaves us wanting more

13/12/15

The Paris Agreement leaves us wanting more

An historic deal on climate change was reached in Paris at the weekend which recognises the need to protect our planet and the world’s most vulnerable people by pursuing efforts to limit global warming to 1.5°C.

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Syrian families facing fourth bitter winter in camps

10/12/15

Syrian families facing fourth bitter winter in camps

Winter is the worst period for Syrian refugees in Lebanon, some of whom have been living in perilous conditions in camps for years

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Crisis deepens for Iraq's displaced

01/12/15

Crisis deepens for Iraq's displaced

Yousef had to flee his home with his family and is now living as an internally displaced person in Sheikhan camp in Ninewa, Iraq. "With the winter arriving soon it will be even tougher: we have no fuel, no heater and no winter clothes."

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