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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Posted on 06/20/2012 - 10:17


2012: Two-year-old Arcade Maniragarura plays with his mother, Domitile Nahimana, during a cooking session at the UNICEF-supported Positive Deviance site in the commune of Matongo, Kayanza province, northern Burundi. Credit: UNICEF Burundi/Pawel Krzysiek

Emergency fund helps UNICEF save children’s lives and improve the health-care system.

Two-year-old Arcade Maniragarura...



Posted on 06/20/2012 - 10:05
2012: Two-year-old Arcade Maniragarura plays with his mother, Domitile Nahimana, during a cooking session at the UNICEF-supported Positive Deviance site in the commune of Matongo, Kayanza province, northern Burundi. Credit: UNICEF Burundi/Pawel Krzysiek Emergency fund helps UNICEF save children’s lives and improve the health-care system.

Two-year-old Arcade Maniragarura is one of many...



Posted on 06/08/2012 - 10:22


Kaligan with some of her children outside their home in Damablak, Maguindanao. Credit: OCHA

Thousands of people remain affected by a protracted crisis in disaster-prone Mindanao.

Kaligan lives with her husband and eight children in Maguindanao on the island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines. Maguindanao, which literally means ‘people of the flood plains,’ is prone...