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Update on Cyclone Idai: Child receiving clean water

Update on our Cyclone Idai response

Photo: Distribution of Water in Beira, Mozambique. Photo by Guillaume Matthieu.    Cyclone Idai’s lingering effects Cyclone Idai has passed, but its impact is far from over. Mozambique has been devastated by the cyclone and now faces the added pressure of a cholera epidemic. Zimbabwe was also hit hard by Cyclone Idai and has been […]

Reducing Risk of Cholera With Clean Water

After Cyclone Idai, Mozambique faces a new emergency: cholera

Cyclone survivors in Mozambique collect water Damage from Cyclone Idai   Cyclone Idai struck Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique last month. The catastrophic flooding has impacted all three countries, but Mozambique has taken the brunt of the devastation.  According to the latest numbers from the Government of Mozambique, 1,000 people have lost their lives, 146,000 people […]

Lake Chad Basin Crisis: Food Security and Livelihoods Program in Niger

 Photo: Lys Arango for Action Against Hunger, Niger   The ongoing Lake Chad Basin Crisis, one of the most severe humanitarian emergencies in the world, has displaced 2.4 million people and caused food insecurity for 5 million people across Niger, Chad, Nigeria and Cameroon. The armed group Boko Haram has led a nine-year insurgency in […]

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GUATEMALA FUEGO EMERGENCY: ACTION AGAINST HUNGER RESPONDS AS DEATH TOLL RISES

  HIGHLIGHTS Potential flooding in the coming weeks during the rainy season could worsen the situation of the more than 1.7 million people affected. Action Against Hunger’s emergency water and sanitation (WASH) team has been mobilised to the Escuintla Department of Guatemala to assess the clean water, sanitation and hygiene needs of those affected by […]

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Somalia: Coping with extreme water shortages

Providing Lifelines to 10,000 People Affected by Drought in Bakool. Photo: Action Against Hunger, Somalia. Before drought uprooted Asha Ali’s family from their home, finding enough water for their daily needs was a major challenge that dominated her day and often pushed her to the limits of her physical strength. To get to the nearest […]

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MOSUL: DELIVERING LIFESAVING ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES

Since the beginning of the military intervention aimed at ousting the Islamic State from Mosul and its surrounding areas a month ago, more than 56,000 people have fled. Most of them have found refuge in camps but had to go on a dangerous journey to reach safe areas. Photo: © Emilien Urbano / Agence Myop […]