Refugees

Coffee species under threat from extinction could affect Ethiopia

A new study has found that wild coffee species are now under threat from climate change....

EU adopts highest ever humanitarian budget of €1.6 billion

The European Union has increased their humanitarian response budget to €1.6 billion...

New Ebola drug trial brings hope to the Democratic Republic of Congo

A new drug trial for Ebola has brought hope to people in the Democratic Republic of...

WHO chief says Uganda’s Ebola strategy ‘will go a long way’

In the wake of the Ebola crisis, Uganda’s strategies have been recognised globally....

Severe flooding in Syria displaces thousands of families

Flash flooding, caused by unusual heavy rainfall, has forced over 12,000 to abandon...

EU humanitarian initiative helps over 1.5 million refugees in Turkey

Over 1.5 million refugees in Turkey have been helped by an EU funded programme.  ...

Schoolgirls in Kenya will face compulsory tests for pregnancy and FGM

Narok County Commissioner George Natembeya has now made it compulsory for schoolgirls...

Co-ordination is crucial to tackle Somalian drought crisis

From 2016-2017, Somalia encountered four consecutive poor rainy seasons which resulted...

Niger vaccinates 152,000 against Cholera

In collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other partners, the...

Mental health support should be a priority for Refugees

While major physical epidemics, such as viral diseases receive major recognition and...

Niger becomes first African country to introduce law protecting IDPs

Niger has become the first African country to introduce a national law for the protection...

European Union provides aid to 17,500 affected by cyclone Gaja

The European Union (EU) has allocated €105,000 to help victims affected by cyclone...

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