Hunger

8/17/17

The New Realities of Humanitarian Work

Looking back on 32 years as an aid worker

7/26/17

This is what happens when the world turns its back

The United Nations says it threatens to be the worst humanitarian crisis since 1945 but chances are you haven’t heard much about it. About 20 million people are at risk of starvation across four countries, mostly in Africa.

7/18/17

A day in the life of a CARE midwife in Uganda

Uganda hosts one of the largest refugee populations in the world. Of the 1.2 million refugees in Uganda, 900,000 are South Sudanese.

7/6/17

Somalia’s vicious cycle of drought and death

“This is the worst drought I’ve ever experienced in my entire lifetime”, says 50-year-old Asha, who left her home three months ago. Back in her village in Wadamagoo up in the mountains of Somaliland, she used to live happily with her husband, six children, 200 sheep and goats and 10 camels.

7/6/17

Fleeing the threat of famine in South Sudan

What do you do when faced with the threat of starvation — stay put hoping the situation will improve? Or walk in search of safety and a stable food source? This is the terrible dilemma hundreds of thousands of South Sudanese like 34-year-old Nyarmon are currently facing.

6/28/17

The faces of Yemen’s cholera outbreak: 12-year-old Bushra Abdullah

Bushra Abdullah and her family came to Hajja city, Yemen in search of a better life after being displaced from their home in Alwasha district due to the country’s conflict. Yemen is also facing a cholera outbreak that is compounding the country’s dire humanitarian crisis.

6/28/17

The faces of Yemen’s cholera outbreak: 7-month-old Hatem Hayel

Seven-month-old Hatem waits to have the tube from the rehydration kit used to treat him for cholera removed. His little hand cannot take it any more.  But the hospital where he was brought to receive treatment is crowded with new cases of infection arriving by the minute.

6/28/17

The faces of Yemen’s cholera outbreak: 10-year-old Mustafa Mohammed

Ten-year-old Mustafa was admitted to the cholera isolation center at the Aljomhuri Hospital in Hajja, Yemen, in critical condition. His parents had hoped that the infection would clear by itself and delayed bringing Mustafa to the hospital.

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