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 - The Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP) provides life-saving and time-critical support to millions of crisis-affected men, women and children around the world. Three quarters of these people ...read more
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 - Conditions in Afghanistan have continued to deteriorate throughout 2009. An escalation in armed conflict has decreased civilian security, inhibited access to basic services and slowed the ...read more
30/11/2009
 - Despite hopes for greater peace and stability in the Central African Republic, this year saw the breakdown of the inclusive dialogue for peace and an upsurge ...read more
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 - Years of conflict and instability have profoundly impacted the people of Chad, and lie at the heart of the country’s food security and livelihood difficulties. CAP 2010 ...read more
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 - The humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to escalate at an alarming rate, especially in the east of the country. CAP 2010 – ...read more
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 - The intensification of drought conditions throughout 2009 has led to a 170 percent increase in the number of food insecure people in Kenya since the end of 2008. ...read more
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 - Nepal suffers from chronic food insecurity, severe and recurrent natural disasters, poor health and sanitation infrastructure, and water and energy scarcity. These factors combined with political ...read more
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 - Somalia remains one of the most challenging and worrying humanitarian crises in the world. Human suffering has soared despite the progress of recovery efforts and the ...read more
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 - Over the past year, Sudan’s Darfur Region has seen an easing of the conflict, with continued talks between the Government of National Unity and the main ...read more
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 - The security situation continues to normalize across the north of the Republic of Uganda despite the uncertain fate of the peace process. Almost 80 percent of 1.8 ...read more
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