This brave, thought-provoking masterpiece by Louise O’Neill powerfully touches a raw nerve in Irish society.
The Small Island Developing State (SIDS) of Tuvalu is one of the countries most affected by climate change, with rising sea levels threatening the very existence of the nation.
The tropical cyclone Idai made landfall in Mozambique in mid-March and left large areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi destroyed, and possibly millions of people impacted.
Following a 150% hike in fuel prices, Zimbabwe protestors are met with extreme force as government deploys police and military personnel.
120,000 children rely on school meals, often as their only meal of the day, in drought-ridden south Madagascar.
40,000 internally displaced Syrians near Rukban receive much needed aid for the first time in 2019.
Humanitarian aid organisations are an essential part of returning refugees and displaced peoples home, following situations of conflict and disaster.
How learning from past disasters and aid operations can help in the planning and execution of future humanitarian assistance.
Meg Kloepfer expands on the 2019 Global Humanitarian Overview, providing a summary of the humanitarian aid community’s plans to deal with new and ongoing crises in 2019.
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