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Yemenis receive aid in Sa’ada, Yemen. © ICRC
26/02/2019 - News
As millions of people continue to suffer in Yemen, the European Commission has announced its intention to provide €161.5 million in humanitarian aid for 2019.
Uganda education
23/01/2019 - Photo story
Zoka Central Primary School in Uganda’s West Nile region had closed down, but after a massive influx of South Sudanese refugees the school re-opened.
21/12/2018 - News
The Commission has committed an additional €5 million to address the urgent needs of Burundian refugees living in neighbouring countries.
13/12/2018 - News
The European Union has allocated an additional €4 million to continue delivering much needed humanitarian assistance in eastern Ukraine at the onset of winter.
rohingya_bangladesh
10/12/2018 - News
The European Commission has committed an additional €5 million to provide life-saving food assistance to Rohingya communities stranded in Bangladesh.
04/12/2018 - News
The European Commission has allocated an additional €20 million to respond to the urgent needs of those affected by the socio-economic crisis in Venezuela.
29/11/2018 - News
The European Commission has committed an additional € 500 000 to continue assisting the most vulnerable refugees and migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
23/11/2018 - News
As millions of people continue to be in need of humanitarian assistance in Sudan, the European Commission has announced an additional €18 million in emergency aid.

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Venezuelans on the road for a better future
07/11/2018 - Video
Once South America’s richest nation sitting on the world’s largest oil reserves, Venezuela’s deepening economic collapse is sending millions on the roads. Every day, thousands of Venezuelans leave their country in search of food and healthcare, in...
Yemen
06/11/2018 - News
The European Commission has pledged €90 million in humanitarian aid for civilians in Yemen, as the conflict-torn country plunges into the world’s worst hunger crisis.

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