NAGORNO-KARABAKH AND TWO HUNDRED GRAMS OF BREAD

13/10/23

NAGORNO-KARABAKH AND TWO HUNDRED GRAMS OF BREAD

The skies are clear in Yerevan today. The sound of cars and the voices of the Vernissage flea market help its inhabitants to distance themselves, if only briefly, from a conflict that is once again ravaging the South Caucasus. More than 100,000 people – almost the entire population – of Nagorno-Karabakh fled their homes in less than two weeks after Azerbaijan launched a military offensive and the de facto authorities agreed to disband its government and armed forces.

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Action Against Hunger calls for safe humanitarian corridors and protection of civilians in the face of mass population displacement

13/10/23

Action Against Hunger calls for safe humanitarian corridors and protection of civilians in the face of mass population displacement

THE IMMEDIATE ENTRY OF FOOD, WATER AND FUEL INTO GAZA IS URGENTLY REQUIRED AND FUEL TO AVOID FURTHER HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

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Planning for the future: Georgian and Lithuanian LAGs share experiences and discuss trans-national collaboration

12/10/23

Planning for the future: Georgian and Lithuanian LAGs share experiences and discuss trans-national collaboration

On the 5th of October 2023, Zugdidi LAG hosted a joint meeting of the Lithuanian Local Action Group Association and the Georgian Association of LAGs (GALAG) with the support of Action Against Hunger (AAH). The meeting in Zugdidi came at the end of a long tour organized by GALAG where LAG members from Lithuania had the opportunity to visit and learn about the projects and activities of Georgian LAGs. During this tour, participants travelled first to Tskaltubo LAG, then up into the mountains of Svaneti to meet Mestia LAG and, finally back down to Zugdidi.

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Action Against Hunger calls for protection of civilians and immediate humanitarian access to Gaza

12/10/23

Action Against Hunger calls for protection of civilians and immediate humanitarian access to Gaza

BORDER CROSSINGS WITH GAZA MUST BE OPENED, INCLUDING RAFAH IN EGYPT, FOR HUMANITARIAN PERSONNEL TO REACH AFFECTED COMMUNITIES

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Action Against Hunger teams in Gaza and the West Bank are safe and will return to work as soon as it’s feasible

10/10/23

Action Against Hunger teams in Gaza and the West Bank are safe and will return to work as soon as it’s feasible

Action Against Hunger states that any deliberate and disproportionate targeting of civilians from parties is unacceptable and contrary to International Humanitarian Law, as well as the use of the civil population as human shields.

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Exciting News from Tusheti Protected Landscape!

26/09/23

Exciting News from Tusheti Protected Landscape!

Tusheti Protected Landscape Administration (TPLA) is dedicated to preserving the rich biodiversity of this stunning region of Georgia. Recently, Action Against Hunger and Akhmeta LAG has supported the Administration on an essential journey to monitor and safeguard the diverse flora and fauna that call Tusheti home. Thanks to the TPLA gaining support from the Akhmeta LAG grant competition, they have made significant strides in their conservation efforts. This grant has enabled the acquisition of biodiversity monitoring equipment, including photo traps, cameras, and shoulder-mounted cameras for rangers when on patrol.

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