#Aid

  • Article: Floods in Niger Displace 23,000 People in Less Than a Month

    Floods in Niger Displace 23,000 People in Less Than a Month

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Nov. 1, 2019

    The West African country has a history of extreme weather, and climate change is making it worse. Read more

  • Article: This Groundbreaking App Lets You Experience What It's Like to Be a Life-Saving Aid Worker

    This Groundbreaking App Lets You Experience What It's Like to Be a Life-Saving Aid Worker

    By Helen Lock|Oct. 25, 2019

    The app, created by Islamic Relief, also combats negative portrayal of Muslim characters in media. Read more

  • Article: Brazil's President Will Accept $22M Amazon Aid After All — But Not Without Conditions

    Brazil's President Will Accept $22M Amazon Aid After All — But Not Without Conditions

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 28, 2019

    Bolsonaro won't accept the offer unless Brazil can dictate how the money is spent. Read more

  • Article: The UN Will Double Food Rations for People Hit by the Congo's Ebola Crisis

    The UN Will Double Food Rations for People Hit by the Congo's Ebola Crisis

    From Voice of America|July 30, 2019

    The move will address growing need and allow health workers to monitor those affected by Ebola. Read more

  • Article: South Korea Gives Major Aid Package to North Korea Amid Hunger Crisis

    South Korea Gives Major Aid Package to North Korea Amid Hunger Crisis

    By Joe McCarthy|June 19, 2019

    In the 1990s, a similar famine killed more than 3 million North Koreans. Read more

  • Article: UN Accuses Myanmar of Creating ‘Apartheid State’ and Threatens to Withhold Aid

    UN Accuses Myanmar of Creating ‘Apartheid State’ and Threatens to Withhold Aid

    By Joe McCarthy|June 17, 2019

    “Rakhine has been an apartheid state for years.” Read more

  • Article: 3 Ways You Can Help the Victims of Cyclone Fani

    3 Ways You Can Help the Victims of Cyclone Fani

    By Joe McCarthy|May 6, 2019

    The recovery effort will likely go on for months. Read more

  • Article: UN to Investigate Reports of Cyclone Idai Survivors Asked to Trade Sex for Food

    UN to Investigate Reports of Cyclone Idai Survivors Asked to Trade Sex for Food

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 29, 2019

    Women say local leaders demanded sex in exchange for food aid. Read more