Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection

Service tools

Field blogs

[picture]
[name]
[value]

A disaster in slow motion: Interview with ECHO Head of West Africa office about Ebola

29/08/2014
Ever since the outbreak of the Ebola epidemic in March this year, the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO)...
[picture]
[name]
[value]

Another chance to be a child in the Democratic Republic of Congo

28/08/2014
The ongoing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has already cost the lives of close to 3 million children. Apart from this...
[picture]
[name]
[value]

More and more are fleeing Somalia's Lower Shabelle

27/08/2014
Having recently visited some of the many settlements for internally displaced people (IDP) dotting the outskirts of Mogadishu, Concern Worldwide...
[picture]
[name]
[value]

Algeria: How can we bring fresh food to Sahrawi refugees in the heart of the desert?

25/08/2014
Providing fresh and nutritious food to the Sahwari refugee community, in the heart of the Sahara desert, is a great logistical challenge. Our...
[picture]
[name]
[value]

Containing Ebola: Interview with ECHO epidemiologist in the field Jorge Castilla

22/08/2014
Declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Ebola outbreak is far from under control. In...
26/08/2014
A staggering 2.2 million children under the age of five are acutely malnourished in Bangladesh. What's more, natural disasters, which occur with...
25/08/2014
Children account for half of the victims of conflicts across the world and are among the most vulnerable victim groups and are often hardest hit by...
05/08/2014
More than 100 000 new refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR) have crossed the border to Cameroon since violence escalated in December 2013...
17/07/2014
Your house has been damaged, your crops destroyed and your fowls have been killed by a flood. You are facing crippling debts and family members need...
19/06/2014
In Papua New Guinea rates of family and sexual violence are very high. According to research, nearly two-thirds of women have experienced beatings...
29/08/2014
Moving from working in commercial airlines to organising humanitarian aircraft in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo was a career choice that...
29/08/2014
Escaping the war in Syria, baker Abu Mohammed has been trying to rebuild a life with his family in Zaatari camp, Jordan. Living in camps compared to...
28/08/2014
Meet Rahel, who trained as a midwife in Wolyata, Ethiopia and uses her skills to help the most vulnerable mothers and families. We believe providing...
27/08/2014
Over 200 000 Central Africans have fled CAR for Cameroon. Which such a large amount of people arriving into the country with no possessions, tired,...
26/08/2014
Over half a million people have recently been displaced due to military operations against insurgent groups on Pakistan’s restive border with...