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Ongoing recovery in Haiti

Food, fishing and a miracle plant – with these, ACT in Haiti is helping survivors of two hurricanes and a ...

Syrian refugees in Armenia

More than 11,000 Syrian refugees have arrived in Armenia. Most are ethnic Armenians whose families originally fled the 1915-16 Armenian ...

Campaigning for peace

The 2007 general elections in Kenya erupted in ethnic violence. To prevent a repeat in 2013, the ACT Kenya Forum, ...

Middle East: EU action

In 2012, the European Union announced that future agreements with Israel must exclude settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories (oPt) ...

India: Cyclone Phailin

In October, only a few months after the flooding in the north of India, Cyclone Phailin hit the eastern Indian ...

Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan, considered the world’s deadliest typhoon and one of the most powerful to ever make landfall, tore through the ...

Climate change and conflict in Mali

Existing chronic food insecurity in Mali was compounded by three years of low rainfall, reducing the availability of food and ...

Initiating inter-religious dialogue

The Civil Society Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) has assessed international policies such as the Millennium Development Goals and concluded ...

Ongoing humanitarian crisis in Syria impacting neighbouring countries

The civil war in Syria has been raging for three years, causing a severe humanitarian crisis. According to the UN, ...

Burundi: Radio Ivyizigiro brings hope to people living with HIV

When Aline was first diagnosed with HIV, she was ashamed and frightened. Now she provides support and advice to others ...