Posted on 05/29/2012 - 11:59


Dimitri Okoulokami folds the shirt of his nephew who died of cholera, Isle M'bamou, Republic of the Congo. Credit: CERF/Guy Hubbard

Annual Report highlights Central Emergency Response Fund’s work to support urgent, life-saving projects.

The diarrhoea and vomiting started before dawn. By 8 am, 12 year old Steward Okoulokami was weak and losing weight. His panicked father...



Posted on 05/29/2012 - 11:49
Dimitri Okoulokami folds the shirt of his nephew who died of cholera, Isle M'bamou, Republic of the Congo. Credit: CERF/Guy Hubbard Annual Report highlights Central Emergency Response Fund’s work to support urgent, life-saving projects.

The diarrhoea and vomiting started before dawn. By 8 am, 12 year old Steward Okoulokami was weak and losing weight. His panicked father, Dimitri, packed...



Posted on 05/25/2012 - 09:33


14 May 2012: South Sudanese refugees return to Juba. Credit: UNHCR

Humanitarian workers in Sudan have helped thousands of South Sudanese refugees stranded in Kosti to return home.

More than 4,500 of the 12,000 South Sudanese who were stranded at the Sudanese river port of Kosti have completed their journey home. This comes just over a week into the airlift operation to...



Posted on 05/25/2012 - 09:23
14 May 2012: South Sudanese refugees return to Juba. Credit: UNHCR Humanitarian workers in Sudan have helped thousands of South Sudanese refugees stranded in Kosti to return home.

More than 4,500 of the 12,000 South Sudanese who were stranded at the Sudanese river port of Kosti have completed their journey home. This comes just over a week into the airlift operation to transport the...



Posted on 04/25/2012 - 11:13


A Malian refugee mother and her children waiting for relief items from UNHCR in Gaoudel, Ayorou district, northern Niger. Credit: UNHCR/ H. Caux

Conflict and displacement in northern Mali are exacerbating the food and nutrition crisis across the region.

Conflict and displacement in northern Mali are continuing to exacerbate the food and nutrition crisis throughout...