Home Office ignores law firm’s exhortations to inform people with no legal representation of court order limiting deportation to three Afghan provinces
A private plane chartered by the UK’s Home Office landed in Kabul on Wednesday, carrying almost a dozen failed asylum seekers despite down-to-the-wire legal challenges to prevent the aircraft’s departure.
During World Water Week, improving the accountability of Wash programmes will be vital in tackling the huge challenge of ensuring water and sanitation for all.
As water and sanitation experts gather in Stockholm for World Water Week, the sustainable development goals are likely to be on most agendas.
Moved by the plight of migrants making the perilous crossing, one man has joined a rescue boat to help
Darwit was one of the lucky ones. Ten years ago he left Eritrea on a UN scholarship to study in South Africa, and now he lives and works in London after being granted political asylum.
Microfinance for business has had mixed impacts but there is evidence that it could succeed in funding sanitation facilities in developing countries
Not having enough food is a constant threat for the families living and farming on the slopes of Telica volcano. A model farm project is trying to change that
Rosie Iron UK coordinator for Nuevas Esperanzas
In May this year, the Telica volcano in north-west Nicaragua erupted. During the two weeks that followed, over 500 gas explosions were recorded, expelling large amounts of ash and rocks. Less than 1km away, the community of Agua Fría found rocks had fallen dangerously close to their homes, still scorching hot from the vent of the volcano.