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Sudan takes measures to prevent cholera spread from South Sudan

Archived, 12 days ago From sudantribune.com 

Paris, FRANCE - Sudan’s health ministry on Sunday said that it has raised the alert level and took precautionary measures to prevent the transmission of cholera from South Sudan.

It also set up an emergency room for the border states to report any sus ...

Turkish charity provides food assistance indiscriminately in Romania

Archived, 12 days ago From en.cihan.com.tr 

Istanbul, TURKEY - Turkish charity organization Tuna, which operates in Romania, delivered 22 tons of food materials to disadvantaged people indifferent which race, religion and language they are. Gratified with the benevolence aid of Tuna Foundation, people those who ...

Solihull cycling trio raise £4,000 for Birmingham blood cancer charity

Archived, 12 days ago From solihullobserver.co.uk 

Leamington Spa, U K - A Solihull trio who pedalled their way from London to Paris have raised over £4,000 for a blood cancer charity.

Local residents Neil Carpenter, Rachael Wong and Ian Shirley joined former England footballer Geoff Thomas and more than 2 ...

UN agencies deliver medicines and supplies amid ongoing fighting

Archived, 12 days ago From eturbonews.com 

Haleiwa, HAWAII - With an expected humanitarian pause failing to take hold in crisis-torn Yemen over the past weekend, the United Nations said today that four out of five people in the country rely on some type of assistance, and the World Health Organization (WHO) re ...

Malala partners with UNICEF for Syrian refugee education in Jordan

Archived, 12 days ago From albawaba.com 

Amman, JORDAN - International education advocate and the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai on Monday announced new support to UNICEF to help Syrian refugee children in Jordan succeed in school.

Following a visit to the Ministry ...

Thousands of migrants rescued off the coast of Libya

Archived, 12 days ago From wsj.com 

New York, NEW YORK - About 2,700 migrants trying to reach Europe were pulled from rubber dinghies and other vessels near the coast of Libya on Wednesday, the Italian government said.

The migrants were rescued in 13 operations by Italian and German military ...

Europe to provide clean water for 120, 000 households across Ethiopia

Archived, 13 days ago From leadership.ng 

Abuja, NIGERIA - More than 120,000 households across Ethiopia are expected to benefit from significant new investment in water, wastewater and sanitation infrastructure. Three leading European development finance institutions today confirmed more than €81 million of ...

Ten thousand volunteers descend on Nepal to battle child malnutrition

Archived, 13 days ago From takepart.com 

Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA - Even before a devastating magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit central Nepal in April, claiming nearly 9,000 lives and destroying more than 500,000 homes, the country had one of the world’s highest rates of child malnutrition. More than half the children in ...

Charity sends aid as situation worsens on Haiti-Dominican Republic border

Archived, 13 days ago From sun-sentinel.com 

Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA - Amid a worsening humanitarian crisis on the Haiti-Dominican Republic border, one local charity is trying to help.

Food for the Poor is sending truckloads of supplies to the growing number of people, mostly Haitian or of Haitian descent ...

Cycling to build Haiti House orphanage

Archived, 13 days ago From mnnonline.org 

Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN - Prior to the Haiti earthquake in 2010, UNICEF estimated the country had about 380,000 orphans. After the disaster, they estimated that number had doubled.

That’s why cycling pianist Alan Curtis Tripp is riding 3,500 miles from one end ...

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A tiny plant that feeds the oceans' biggest creatures could be wiped out by climate change

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Imagine if climate change wiped out humans’ main source of food on land. That’s what is happening in the world’s oceans as th ...

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