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 - A thriving agriculture sector is crucial to long-term peace and development in South Sudan. Up to 95 percent of the country’s population depends on farming, fishing or herding to meet ...READ MORE
 - The humanitarian catastrophe in Somalia continues and is as urgent as ever. CAP 2011 – List of Countries Foreword Afghanistan Central African Republic Chad Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Haiti Kenya Niger Somalia Sudan West Africa West Bank and ...read more
30/11/2010
 - West Africa’s humanitarian situation remains of deep concern. The region continues to be marked by complex and severe humanitarian crises, pushing hundreds of thousands of households ...read more
30/11/2010
 - 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
30/11/2009
 - 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
30/11/2009
 - More than 139 million people in West Africa live in extreme poverty, a population that is particularly vulnerable to the effects of widespread food insecurity, recurrent ...read more
30/11/2009
 - The humanitarian crisis in Somalia continues to escalate at an alarming rate, as confirmed by the Food Security Analysis Unit’s survey completed in August 2008. Increasing ...read more
19/11/2008
 - Two decades of civil conflict between the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Lord’s Resistance Army displaced some 1.8 million people and left northern ...read more
19/11/2008
 - Much of the population of West Africa suffers from poverty. Many people who are not officially classified as poor are only slightly above the absolute poverty ...read more
19/11/2008
 - The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is one of the poorest countries in the world. Human suffering deeply roots in decades of civil unrest and ...read more
10/12/2007
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