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“I hate war and weapons. They took away my education.” The EU and UNICEF help thousands of children in Syria cope with years of conflict.

30/05/2018
Six months ago, as violence escalated near their home, Abdullah and his family were faced with another challenge. Together with his parents and six...
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Mali : « L’aide humanitaire européenne permet de traiter chaque année 80 000 enfants dont la vie est menacée par la malnutrition »

23/05/2018
expert Marion Saurel gives a presentation on malnutrition
Quels sont les différents types de malnutrition?Plusieurs formes de malnutrition existent entre les déficits de croissance et les carences en...
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Cash as a lifeline for Syrian families in Lebanon

02/05/2018
Aman left Syria in 2012 with her children. They crossed the border, registered with the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), and took their papers...
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Back to School in Jordan

20/04/2018
Munir Ahmed al-Mahmoud, a volunteer teacher
Muddy shoes pile up at the entrance of the small tent as morning classes are about to begin. A group of children, all Syrian refugees, listen...
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"Pen instead of a sword": education to overcome hardships

09/04/2018
Luay, young zorro by Unicef Turkey
Luay and his family fled the war in Syria. He says that he "will never return to Syria. There are planes there.” He hates the sounds of planes. Life...

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28/03/2019
Ethiopia is undergoing sweeping reforms, but the winds of democracy and new-found freedoms have also fanned ethnic tensions, very often boiling over...

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Dr. Shah Wali
11/03/2019
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...

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In Uganda, a new place to call home
28/02/2019
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...

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22/02/2019
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...

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15/02/2019
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29/03/2019
Six months ago, on 28th September 2018, a series of strong earthquakes struck the province of Central Sulawesi in Indonesia, triggering a series of...
What if? When innovation saves lives
07/03/2019
A small coloured band is changing the fight against severe malnutrition. It started out as an innovative approach that was then researched and proved...
Giving children in South Sudan a space to learn
01/03/2019
South Sudan has the highest rate of out-of-school children in conflict-affected areas. With education being one of the most underfunded areas in...
11/01/2019
Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar are home to nearly one million people; 80 percent of the refugees are women and children. They survived...
Reyhab IMC Jordan
08/01/2019
Jordan hosts more than 660 000 people who fled the ruthless war in neighbouring Syria. International Medical Corps (IMC), an EU humanitarian partner...