Friday, September 17, 2021

Ethiopia: Comply or Leave the Dilemma Facing Humanitarian Agencies

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The Ethiopian government has suspended the activities of three foreign humanitarian organisations which had been working in the Tigray region. Moina Spooner, from The...

As Violence Soars in Refugee Camps, Rohingya Women Speak Up

A climate of fear has spread across Bangladesh’s sprawling Rohingya camps as militant groups and criminal gangs compete for control, refugees and humanitarians warn. Community...

The Covid Pandemic Has Exacerbated Existing Political Discontent

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The problem is worst in middle-income countries A PILE OF fake corpses littered the heart of Bangkok. The bodies—white sacks stuffed with hay and spattered...

Somaliland: Sanaag Specialty Hospital Opens Doors

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Hospital backed by doTERRA Healing Hands will provide sustainable, quality health care to hundreds of thousands across a remote African region doTERRA today (Tuesday) announced...

Somaliland: Sanaag Governor Pays Impromptu Visit to Erigavo General Hospital

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Following a much-publicized theft to one of the key machines in the public hospital of Erigavo, Sanaag, the regional governor, Ahmed Osman Hassan, today,...

Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis: What’s Stopping Aid Getting In?

Aid convoys are facing significant obstacles in reaching parts of Ethiopia's northern region of Tigray, due to renewed fighting between government and Tigrayan forces The...

UN Aid Workers Allege Ethiopia Harassment Before Tigray Flight

Aid workers say they were stopped by security officials at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport on Thursday afternoon, ahead of their flight to the...

World Bank Approves US$100 Mln to Improve Somalia Health Stewardship, Leadership

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The World Bank said Thursday it has approved a total of 100 million U.S. dollars to help improve healthcare services in Somalia. The project, the...

Homeland Security Extends Immigration Program for Somalia

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Monday re-designated Somalia in the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program, which allows some Somalis in the United...

Somalia: Outraged Calls to End FGM After 13-Year-Old Fartun Bleeds to Death

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Fartun Hassan Ahmed bled to death after undergoing female genital mutilation, a practice that 98% of women in the east African country undergo A 13-year-old...