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Afghanistan: CARE mobile health teams on the ground assisting earthquake survivors

CARE Afghanistan deployed three mobile health teams Wednesday morning (June 22) to Khost and Paktika provinces, immediately following the devastating earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that is estimated to have killed between 770 and 1,000 people, left thousands more injured and destroyed homes and livelihoods.

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Dengue cases spike in super typhoon Odette-affected areas alarm civil society groups

Humanitarian organizations on Monday called for continued assistance for Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) survivors amid a rise in dengue infections in typhoon-hit affected areas. “We hope the newly elected chief executives could continue efforts in helping households and communities affected by Super typhoon Odette as there are still so many things that need to be done almost 6 months since the typhoon devastated the Philippines. Reports showed rising numbers of dengue cases in typhoon-affected areas in Visayas and Mindanao while there are also not enough health workers tending to COVID-19 response and other essential health services,” said Oxfam Pilipinas Country Director Lot Felizco.

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Millions Face Growing Hunger in South Sudan Amid Budget Cuts and Competing Global Crisis

A staggering 63 percent of South Sudan’s population will struggle to survive the peak of this year’s annual ‘lean season’, with 87,000 people predicted to be in catastrophic food crisis category – at the risk of starvation and death - whilst humanitarian agencies are forced to cut services due to lack of funds.

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