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Syrian refugee surge in Serbia seeking asylum, many coming to Greece first

One thousand miles separate Syria and Serbia, but the desperation to flee their war-torn country is driving thousands of refugees ...

PWRDF and DFATD Begin 5-year $17.7 million maternal, newborn and child health program

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is pleased to announce a new joint program with the Department of ...

Syrian refugees risk lives to find safety in Greece

Summer is the height of tourist season in the Greek isles, but Amina, 35, isn't on the island of Chios ...

ICCO: Balkans still recovering one year after catastrophic floods

It's been a difficult year since record rainfall drenched the Balkans last spring, unleashing the worst flooding in more than ...

Nepal: one month after the first earthquake

ACT Alliance members are continuing relief efforts as a second major earthquake struck eastern Nepal today, two and half weeks ...

Supporting midwifry with the Maasai

Noorkipali Nooloboru is one of the traditional birth attendants in Sitoka village. In the past she would advise women, including ...

Norwegian Church Aid: what we do in Cuba

Norwegian Church Aid has cooperated with local, church based organizations in Cuba since 2001. Today we focus our work on ...

Floods in the desert

Heavy rains have fallen in the Antofagasta and Copiapo regions in northern Chile, where rain hasn’t fallen for 20 years ...

Floods in Acre

In February and March, heavy rain and floods have hit Acre in northern Brazil, 80,000 people have been severely affected ...

Christian Aid Supports Vanuatu Relief Effort And Urges Prompt Climate Action

ACT member Christian Aid is to make an initial £25,000 available to partner organisations providing emergency supplies in the aftermath ...