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 - Thanks to a decent harvest and a strong response from the international humanitarian community, the United Nations declared an end to famine in southern Somalia in early 2012. More than ...leer más
 - 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 ...leer más
 - An unprecedented food emergency has left 4 million Somalis – about half of the country’s population – in crisis. CAP 2012 – List of Countries Foreword Afghanistan Central African Republic Chad Cote d'Ivoire Democratic Republic of the ...leer más
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 - On 9 July 2011, the Republic of South Sudan achieved independence, ending decades of conflict. CAP 2012 – List of Countries Foreword Afghanistan Central African Republic Chad Cote d'Ivoire Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Haiti Kenya Liberia Niger Philippines Somalia South Sudan Sudan West Bank and ...leer más
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 - On 20 July, the United Nations declared a state of famine in parts of southern Somalia, which has killed tens of thousands of people in recent months and could grow even ...leer más
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 - 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 Gaza Strip Yemen Zimbabwe The 2011 CAP ...leer más
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 - 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 into severe poverty. CAP 2011 ...leer más
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 resilience of conflict- and ...leer más
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 million IDPs have been ...leer más
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 natural disasters, climate change, ...leer más
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 - 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 civil insecurity has intensified ...leer más
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 - 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 Uganda severely underdeveloped. Poverty ...leer más
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