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  • Date: 23 June 2022

Afghanistan: the vulnerability of the population increases after the earthquake

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    WeWorld President met with the Minister of Education in Palestine

    During the last field monitoring mission, our president Marco Chiesara met on April 26, 2022 with the Palestinian minister of education, Dr. Marwan Awartani. During the meeting, a letter of intent was signed to pave the way to a formalized cooperation agreement, with the aim to continue working together on improving access to education in […]

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    Lebanon: the country’s situation and our intervention

    The economic crisis in Lebanon has rapidly deteriorated since 2019. The response to its critical impacts, which have concerned all levels of society, from institutions to households, has been hindered by several factors of which the most relevant are related to years of misgovernment, corruption, lack of planning and finally the disruption of the Covid-19 […]

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    Earth Day: the earth is asking us for help. A tale from Peru

    Religion has always walked side by side with man. Countless idols have been created, embodying different beings that were to guide and protect the path of the races. For most of them, they were mythological figures, deities molded from the stars and the curiosity they generated, or from natural phenomena and their amazement. However, one […]

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    The daily reality of single mothers in Afghanistan: the story of Morwarid

    Today the attention of international media is set on other humanitarian crises, leaving many others on the second page and some almost completely forgotten. It is the case of Afghanistan, which is facing a dramatic situation: almost the entire population that has not fled the country lives in a highly emergency context and where humanitarian […]

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    Peru oil spill: an unprecedented ecocide in the country

    From a black swell that rushed the Hamburg sea and the skill of the imagination, the tender novel of an orphaned seagull and the cat that taught it to fly was born. Unfortunately, what has happened in Peru is far from resembling Sepulveda’s magic. In fact, the scenario that is presented today, two months after […]

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    Mines: incidents in Syria on the rise post Covid-19

    Activities such as farming, tilling or collecting scrap metal can be fatal in Syria. One in three communities lives in places contaminated by mines and unexploded ordnance, but the socio-economic crisis caused by Covid-19 has in recent years encouraged many more people to take risks to generate income.    “Large-scale education and awareness-raising on the […]

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    Afghanistan: secondary schools closed for girls

    “We are very worried about the current situation of girls in Afghanistan. After almost 7 months of stop, secondary schools have not reopened for young women. The ban on attending school is terrible news that puts the future of thousands of women at risk”. These are the words of Stefania Piccinelli, Head of International Programmes […]

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    Guatemala: the Land of Many Trees crippled by climate change and severe malnutrition, what are we doing for it?

    In November of two years ago, the Hurricane Iota struck just few days after the Tropical Storm Eta hit Central America, causing severe flooding and landslides in Guatemala, already dealing with longstanding vulnerabilities, among which the high rate of chronic malnutrition and food insecurity, and the fallout of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The records show […]

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    Afghanistan: an alarming situation and our intervention

    Last summer, the entire world was watching what was going on in Afghanistan. Even though the media attention has decreased, its severe humanitarian crisis has only gotten worse since. As of today, more than 60% of the population is in need of humanitarian assistance. However, such international help is facing strong limits in accessing the […]

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