Sana'a - La dernière analyse de la malnutrition aiguë du Cadre intégré de classification de la sécurité alimentaire, publiée aujourd'hui par l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour...
For many people, accessing clean water is as simple as walking to the tap and turning the knob. Yet for the thousands of people living in Kercha district in Ethiopia, some 410 kilometers from the capital Addis Ababa, it is never that easy.
Boubacar, 65, and his two sons, consider themselves to be excellent farmers, but Niger’s adverse weather and persistent droughts make it difficult to have a stable income from the land.
Hosting over 5,000 families, Al Jufainah Camp in Marib city is Yemen’s largest displacement site. For many of the camp’s residents, collecting enough water to sustain their families was a daily struggle.
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