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Girls in South Sudan just want to learn
More than 2 million children in South Sudan do not receive an education, one of the highest rates of out-of-school children in the world.


Community engagement workers are on the frontline of the Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Hundreds of “récos” - relais communautaires or contact tracers - are on the ground, searching for people who have come in contact with...


With over 1.2 million refugees, Uganda is Africa’s largest refugee hosting country. The majority are from South Sudan and over 60 percent of them are children below 18 years of age. Among the 14 to 18 teenage population, almost 90 percent are out of...


Delivering healthcare to Colombia’s Amazon villages
In August 2018, torrential rains flooded large regions of Colombia’s Amazon rainforest, where isolated indigenous peoples live in remote communities.


Ethiopia is undergoing sweeping reforms, but the winds of democracy and new-found freedoms have also fanned ethnic tensions, very often boiling over into an all-out conflict. In 2018, conflict resulted in an exponential increase in the number of...


Dr. Shah Wali
In one of the few moments of rest that the hectic workload at the EMERGENCY surgical centre for war victims in Laskar-Gah allows you, Shah Wali watches TV news about his country, Afghanistan. He listens to it, silent and serious. Shah Wali is 42...


In Uganda, a new place to call home
Monica doesn’t know exactly how old she is. She refers to herself as ‘older’. She came to Uganda from Yei town in South Sudan with her 10-year-old grandson Lazarau.


After over seven years of war in Syria, more than 350 000 refugees are still living in makeshift shelter camps in northern Bekaa, a fertile but harsh valley bordering Syria.