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Winter relief in Northern Iraq

The Qasm family inspects the food box given to them by LWF. A ration for 15 days contains 10 kg of rice, lentils, salt, tea, beans, caned vegetables and chicken meat, sugar, pasta, bulgur and four bottles of cooking oil. It is supposed to last for 15 days. 
The Yazidi family lives an unfinished builling in Chamnke near Dohuk. LWF provides them with basic food. The house they live in was given to them by a local pastoralist, in return they look after his animals. Still there are no doors, proper windows r floor insulation, and the family does not have winter clothes.

Chamnke, Northern Iraq, October 2015
Photo: LWF/ Seivan Salim
09 Nov 2015
DOHUK, Iraq 9 November 2015 (LWI) – “We thought it would be a few days, until things calmed down”, Nadine says. “My parents said: go visit your uncle. It’s just a [...]

Stability and income after fleeing war

29 Oct 2015
“I want the best life for my children” NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania, 29.10.2015 (LWI) – “We were just looking for peace,” says Bolozi Nzenze Budiaki, as if apologizing for the fact that [...]

Massive influx to South Sudan’s Ajuong Thok refugee camp

26 Oct 2015
AJUONG THOK, South Sudan, 26 October 2015 (LWI) – Due to renewed fighting in Kordofan, the refugee population of Ajuong Thok has risen from 18,000 to nearly 31,130 by 20 [...]

LWF and Islamic Relief join hands in earthquake response

07 Oct 2015
RASUWA, Nepal, 7 October 2015 (LWI) – In Nepal, LWF Nepal and IRW signed an agreement to cooperate in humanitarian relief efforts. They walked for six hours on muddy trails, crossing [...]

Early childhood centres in Tonga

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18 Aug 2015
UnitingWorld is working in partnership with the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga (FWCT) to establish local kindergartens to increase the quality of children’s education. Kindergartens help young children become accustomed [...]

Providing long term health care to thousands in East Timor

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18 Aug 2015
The fight for independence in Timor Leste (East Timor) left the country’s infrastructure battered, including health care. Health standards are poor in Timor Leste with only one doctor per 10,000 [...]

Access to clean water in rural village communities

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18 Aug 2015
Most of the population of Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea live a traditional lifestyle.  Many are living below the poverty line with few opportunities for employment or enterprise. [...]

Inter-faith cooperation on social community development

Norwegian H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon and H.R.H Crown Princess Mette-Marit meet students at Huong Toan Primary School while they're having a swim class. Photo: Pham Van Ty/NCA Vietnam
18 Aug 2015
After 20 years of work in Vietnam, NCA is today a unique actor, and the only international organisation in Vietnam with a broad programme of inter-faith cooperation on social community [...]

Pacific: solar lights and small businesses

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17 Aug 2015
The challenge More than 80 per cent of the population of the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu live in rural areas scattered across multiple islands. This makes communications, transport and service [...]

Thailand: Ongoing Karen refugees livelihood project

Karen refugees fleeing from Burma
17 Aug 2015
The challenge Karen refugees living in Mae La are caught in a legal limbo, unable to return to Burma any time soon, their restricted status denies them opportunities to live [...]
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