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Kenya + 6 others
Field Exchange No. 44 (December 2012)

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  • Food, goats & cash for assets in Kenya

  • SMART anaemia analysis in Bolivia

  • Cross-sectoral approach to Konzo in DRC

  • Food security in Afghanistan

  • Early warning system in Somalia

  • Integrating IYCF support in Ethiopia

  • Mitigating soil salinity effects in Bangladesh

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World + 20 others
Development for Results 2010-2011: At the heart of Canada's efforts for a better world

Ottawa―The results of Canada's commitments to developing countries are now easier to access after Canada's Minister of International Cooperation, the Honourable Beverley J. Oda, released the Development for Results 2010-2011 report today.

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World + 13 others
Choose to Invest in Development and Humanitarian Relief FY2013

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InterAction

Apr 6, 2012

InterAction’s latest publication, Choose to Invest in Development and Humanitarian Relief FY2013, outlines key funding recommendations for the U.S. government to support accounts in the federal budget. This strong investment will make great strides to reduce global poverty, tackle environmental challenges and increase peacekeeping efforts to support stability and security.

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World + 2 others
Humanitarian Issues: Safeguarding people with disabilities during emergencies

Humanitarian aid workers must do more to care for the needs of people with disabilities during emergencies, the UN humanitarian chief, Valerie Amos, has said.

In the keynote address to the fifth International Shafallah Forum in Doha, Qatar, Ms. Amos said that while “the challenges facing people with disabilities in conflict and natural disaster rarely make the headlines… we must find ways to meet everyone’s needs.”

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Somalia + 3 others
FSNWG Update - Horn & Eastern Africa, August 2011

More people require emergency assistance as the drought worsens

The number of people needing emergency assistance in Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia has increased from about 11.5 million in mid-July 2011 to about 12.42 million. These increases have been mainly due to new arrivals of refugees from Somalia who are fleeing into neighbouring countries in pursuit of humanitarian assistance.