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  • Date: 23 January 2023

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    European Solidarity Corps, join us.

    You can apply as a volunteer for a unique humanitarian aid experience in several countries in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. Thanks to the international volunteering initiative European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps, part of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) promoted and financed by the European Union, you can apply as a volunteer […]

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    Afghanistan: the situation continues to deteriorate

    While the humanitarian situation keeps deteriorating in Afghanistan and temperatures are decreasing to -20 Degrees Celsius, there are no positive developments concerning the ban of female Afghan NGO employees imposed by the Taliban administration. At the moment it is extremely difficult and unsafe for aid to reach women and children without the presence of female […]

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    Afghanistan: the ban on female aid workers puts people’s security at risk

    Banning women from working with NGOs further endangers the future and security of people in Afghanistan, especially women and girls, the most vulnerable to malnutrition, poverty and lack of human rights. WeWorld, a member of ChildFund Alliance, has decided to temporarily suspend its activities in the country, with the exception of those considered lifesaving, in […]

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    Growing up in Mozambique

    15 days in East-Africa with humanitarian aid workers of WeWorld NGO. Mozambican children have dreams and hopes but they also face several challenges in a country that is dealing with an armed conflict and an unprecedented climate crisis. Their stories and those of their families often remain unheard, but Italian-Tunisian cartoonist Takoua Ben Mohammed is […]

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    Haiti’s forgotten crisis

    Natural disasters, extreme poverty, corruption, insecurity, and popular uprisings are just some of the factors that pour the Haitian peninsula into a state of persistent crisis. The context Haiti was already in a situation of institutional fragility, lack of basic services and infrastructure, vulnerability to hurricanes and tropical storms, when a magnitude 7 earthquake struck […]

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    Giving voice to Afghan women on Human Rights Day

    Recently, and especially since August 2021, most families in Afghanistan have been surviving in very harsh conditions, due to persistent droughts and unprecedent compounding crises. Numbers speak for themselves: from 2021, the people in need of humanitarian assistance have increased by more than 50% and they are estimated to be 28.3 million in 2023 – […]

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    BE A CHANGE MAKER: YOUNG ACTIVISTS DRIVERS OF CHANGE

    Many youngsters are looking for tools and opportunities to make their voices heard and to be drivers of a concrete change in our society. According to the Survey carried out as part of the European People & Planet project and promoted by WeWorld in Italy among more than 300 young people, nearly two-thirds of respondents […]

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    World AIDS Day: Our work in Burundi

    “We must continue to work to eliminate the stigma and spread the message that there is life after the diagnosis of HIV.”  With these words, Dr. Happy Pauliane, head of the health centre in Burundi’s Musasa refugee camp, tells us about the work in refugee camps in te country where, along with her and with […]

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    Mapping protection risks in South Libya

    Health, education and livelihood are the main sectors at risk. Insecurity and political instability, the main root causes of internal displacement. Denial of access to services and providers and forced movements of population. These are the two high protection risks identified in Southern Libya, as a result of the protection analysis conducted by We World […]

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    WEWORLD INDEX 2022

    It twill take 182 years to achieve a level of adequate inclusion for women and children globally. Today, 1 in 2 children and more than 1 in 3 women live in countries where they experience some form of exclusion.   A world that is still profoundly unequal, where low levels of inclusion of women and minors […]

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    Save the date: WeWorld Index 2022

    ChildFund Alliance and its member WeWorld will re-lease the findings of the 8th edition of the WeWorld Index, which monitors the living conditions of women and children around the world in nearly 170 countries. Appointment: November 9 2022 – from 8 am to 9.30 am (EST) The 2022 edition delves into the overlapping effects of […]

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    Access to education in the Syrian context

    Eleven years after the beginning of the crisis, there are still large numbers of girls and boys in Syria who do not have access to quality education services in safe and secure environments. In recent years, the conflict has overlapped with the pandemic and a worsening of the economic crisis. According to the Education Sector […]

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