Posted on 07/11/2012 - 14:35
23 May 2012, Minova: IDPs gather in front of a building provided by local health authorities. Each night the building provides shelter for some 100 displaced families. Credit: OCHA-Bukavu/Philippe Kropf Halfway through 2012, the main UNICEF-OCHA programme to help displaced people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has nearly exhausted its financial resources.

The humanitarian crisis...



Posted on 07/05/2012 - 15:22


Denis Bahou and his extended family at an IOM managed camp in Duékoué, Côte d’Ivoire. Credit: Laura Burke/UN CERF/ UNOCHA

Thousands of Ivorians need help rebuilding lives destroyed by post-election violence.

Denis Bahou and his family are among tens of thousands of Ivorians who are still struggling to recover from last year’s post-election violence. 

When the...



Posted on 07/05/2012 - 15:12
Denis Bahou and his extended family at an IOM managed camp in Duékoué, Côte d’Ivoire. Credit: Laura Burke/UN CERF/ UNOCHA Thousands of Ivorians need help rebuilding lives destroyed by post-election violence.

Denis Bahou and his family are among tens of thousands of Ivorians who are still struggling to recover from last year’s post-election violence. 

When the conflict...


Posted on 06/29/2012 - 16:46


The French Red Cross provides water, sanitation and toilets for 11,000 IDPs at the Centre d'Hebergement Provisoire Automica Dahaitsu in Port-au-Prince. Water buckets are lined up early in the morning as children wait until the water is distributed at noon everyday by community leaders in the camp. Credit: MINUSTAH

New projects repair and install latrines, but cholera concerns...



Posted on 06/29/2012 - 16:42
The French Red Cross provides water, sanitation and toilets for 11,000 IDPs at the Centre d'Hebergement Provisoire Automica Dahaitsu in Port-au-Prince. Water buckets are lined up early in the morning as children wait until the water is distributed at noon everyday by community leaders in the camp. Credit: MINUSTAH New projects repair and install latrines, but cholera concerns remain high.

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