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/echo/file/invisible-refugees-thailand-khadija-afghanistan_frThe invisible refugees of Thailand: Khadija from Afghanistan

The invisible refugees of Thailand: Khadija from Afghanistan
08/06/2018
In several countries across Southeast Asia, the absence of a proper legal framework for refugees means that they are often considered as 'illegal aliens', which puts them in a situation of extreme vulnerability. Thailand, Indonesia, and...

/echo/file/fighting-forest-fires-italy-eu-s-solidarity-action_frFighting forest fires in Italy: the EU’s solidarity in action

Fighting forest fires in Italy: the EU’s solidarity in action
07/06/2018
Every year, devastating fires destroy thousands of hectares of forests in Europe. Although southern European countries are particularly at risk, no country is immune. When national capacities to respond to forest fires are surpassed, the European...

/echo/file/how-congolese-community-fighting-against-child-malnutrition_frHow the Congolese community is fighting against child malnutrition

How the Congolese community is fighting against child malnutrition
06/06/2018
The reason children become malnourished is because their families have difficulty providing sufficient, quality food on a daily basis. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the EU has partnered with organisations Action Against Hunger and COOPI...

/echo/file/specialised-health-services-provide-relief-refugees-turkey_frSpecialised health services provide relief for refugees in Turkey

Specialised health services provide relief for refugees in Turkey
05/06/2018
Thousands of refugees in Turkey, children included, suffer from conflict-related trauma – both physical and mental. One example is Ayda, who is just a child. She suffered from extreme anxiety which caused her to sleepwalk. This all started when...

/echo/file/conditional-cash-transfer-education-ccte-programme-refugee-children-turkey_frConditional Cash Transfer for Education (CCTE) Programme for Refugee Children in Turkey

Conditional Cash Transfer for Education (CCTE) Programme for Refugee Children in Turkey
08/05/2018
The aim of the CCTE programme is to encourage school enrolment and improve pupils' attendance. The programme has two main components; families receive a cash transfer when their children attend school regularly, and a child protection outreach...

/echo/file/growing-uganda-away-violence-south-sudan_frGrowing up in Uganda away from the violence in South Sudan

Growing up in Uganda away from the violence in South Sudan
19/04/2018
Steven is 12 years old, he loves football. Steven is also a refugee from South Sudan who fled to Uganda with his parents where he has the chance to grow up free from fear and violence. In this video, Steven tells his story through his own words and...

/echo/file/rising-rubble-helping-victims-ecuadors-2016-earthquake-reclaim-their-lives_frRising from the rubble: helping victims of Ecuador's 2016 earthquake reclaim their lives

Rising from the rubble: helping victims of Ecuador's 2016 earthquake reclaim their lives
17/04/2018
On 16 April 2016, the strongest earthquake to hit Ecuador since 1949 devastated the country's north coast. The 7.8 magnitude tremor killed 671 people, injured over 17 600 and left close to 2 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. With...

/echo/file/scaling-treatment-severe-malnutrition-kahemba-drc-s-kwango-province_frScaling up treatment of severe malnutrition in Kahemba, DRC’s Kwango province

Scaling up treatment of severe malnutrition in Kahemba, DRC’s Kwango province
13/04/2018
Two million children suffer from severe acute malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). In a country about two thirds the size of western Europe, the town of Kahemba is reached by traveling 24 hours on mostly deserted roads from...

/echo/file/drc-manginza-s-story_frDRC: Manginza’s story

DRC: Manginza’s story
12/04/2018
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 4.2 million children suffer from acute malnutrition. It is a silent crisis of staggering proportions. Manginza lives in Kahemba in Kwango province, a remote town 80 km from the Angolan border which has...

/echo/file/teaming-help-south-sudanese-refugee-children-overcome-trauma-war_frTeaming up to help South Sudanese refugee children overcome the trauma of war

Teaming up to help South Sudanese refugee children overcome the trauma of war
10/04/2018
More than two million South Sudanese have taken refuge in Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, and Uganda. Uganda currently hosts more than one million South Sudanese refugees - some 60 per cent of whom are children. Many of these child refugees travelled alone...

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