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25 May 2017 description
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Gemena, le 25 mai 2017 ( : le Gouverneur Oscar Molambo a procédé jeudi à Gemena au lancement des travaux de construction de la Coordination Provinciale Lèpre-Tuberculose (CPLT) du Sud-Ubangi. En fait, un bâtiment de 22 mètres sur 7 sera construit durant six mois dans l’enceinte de la Division Provinciale de la Santé (DPS) pour booster la lutte contre ces maladies dans cette province.

22 May 2017 description
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Kinshasa, le 22 mai 2017 ( : La Caritas-Développement Goma, dans le Nord-est de la RD. Congo, grâce à un projet, assure un appui multisectoriel aux ménages affectés par les conflits armés au Nord-Kivu. Ce projet est intitulé comme suit : « Appui multisectoriel aux ménages affectés par les conflits armés au Nord-Kivu, République Démocratique du Congo, 2016-2018 ». Il est financé par le Gouvernement allemand, via la Caritas Allemagne, et il s’étend sur trois années de 2016 à 2018, rapporte

17 May 2017 description
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Severe cyclonic storm accompanied by rains hit the entire Hailakandi district of Assam on May 2, 2017. The cyclonic wind has blown away hundreds of houses leaving innocent villagers without shelter and source of livelihood.

Caritas India carried rapid need assessment with local partner Seva Kendra, Silchar to respond on this immediate need. 30 percent houses were completely damaged and 50 families from Lalachera, Vernarpur and Bilaipur villages suffered partial damage as the tin roof tops were blown away in the storm.

16 May 2017 description
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Child malnutrition in parts of Venezuela is now at the level of a humanitarian crisis in some areas, warns a new report from the local Caritas agency. With the economy in freefall, shortages of food and medicine and soaring food prices, half of under-fives in areas monitored by Caritas are suffering from some degree of malnutrition or at imminent risk.

11 May 2017 description
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Caritas India orients the newly recruited disaster management professionals of the State of West Bengal on “Issues related to inclusion in DRR”, on 3rd May 2017 at Banga Bhawan, New Delhi. People’s vulnerability to natural hazards, or their capacity to cope, manage and respond to disasters is dependent upon different social, economic, cultural and political processes that influence how hazards affect people in varying ways and with differing intensities. There is a greater need to adopt inclusive approach to ensure effective disaster risk reduction (DRR).

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