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Their journey to achieving viable and sustainable livelihood in Tunisia, through the “Accelerated Creation of Employment in Medenine” programme.
With 23 heads of cattle lost, Amina Abdi, displaced mother of four, has experienced first-hand the devastating impacts of the severe drought in the Horn of Africa. "I am left with one cow which I pray survives," she tells.
Together with her husband and three children Fatuma fled from Fafan Zone to Tuli Guled Woreda in search of assistance and shelter from the drought that killed most of their lifestock. The family is now one of 1,410 families that received USD 85 from DRC’s cash transfer project in order to cope with the devastating effects of the drought.
In one of the largest IDP camps in the capital Mogadishu, reprieve has come to many Somalis who DRC has supported with lifesaving multi-purpose cash, giving them a reason to smile.
Separated with her mother when she was only two years old, Faiza's maternal grandmother had to step in and take the responsibility of raising her. Now, 15 years later, Faiza is reunited with her long lost mother.
This is a story about how a small idea led to great impact on the health and dignity of displaced Rohingya women and girls from Myanmar, hosted in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
The refugee community in Uganda continues to struggle to access food and basic items, partly due to the global covid-19 pandemic leaving many with no income. To respond to the needs of the families, the Danish Refugee Council through the Uganda Cash Consortium provides Multi-purpose Cash Assistance to about 10,000 refugee households.
The bigger picture – How DRC concomitantly contributes to environmental conservation while boosting resilience and promoting a collaboration between refugees and host communities in north-western Tanzania.
Their journey to achieving viable and sustainable livelihood in Algeria.
The Horn of Africa is currently facing one of the worst droughts in 40 years. Most affected is Somalia with an increasing number of 7.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. DRC is responding, but "the needs are quickly outpacing the available funds to respond", says country director. Amina, a mother of five, fears the worst destiny for her family.
Heather Amstutz, Regional Director for DRC East Africa and Great Lakes, stresses the need for urgent humanitarian support to drought-affected communities in Somalia after a visit to the country.
Pushbacks are expulsions without legal justification and procedure, usually employed by border police, law enforcement officials or other authorities. It is being used to push foreigners such as migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers from a state’s territory to the territory of another state without regard for the individual’s circumstances and right to seek asylum.
Exploring links between gender, economic empowerment and violence against women in Iraq
8 cartoons: Meet eight men and women from Afghanistan, Myanmar and Bangladesh and learn about their journeys as refugees and migrants in Asia as they tell their own stories in these eight cartoons.
A 30-person collective runs a new butchery shop in Rubkona, South Sudan. This support the livelihood of families and vulnerable households
DRC’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes in Myanmar’s Rakhine State target camps for internally displaced people to help reduce disease transmission and build resilience to cope with health risks.