The humanitarian situation in southern Borno is dire, with large numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs) displaced for up to a year or more who have received little or no external assistance.
Satta Sumo is one of the hundreds of thousands of people across Liberia still struggling to recover after she lost both her husband and her economic livelihood to the Ebola crisis. But as a beneficiary of Mercy Corp’s Economic Recovery from Ebola for Liberia (EREL) funded by USAID/Food for Peace, this 35-year-old mother of two has been able to make critical gains in re-establishing her farm, rebuilding her life and contributing to the overall recovery of Liberia’s economy.
Last year, a powerful earthquake in Nepal devastated the country. As we look back, one year later, the numbers tell a story about the disaster itself, recovery efforts, and your impact.
135,000 — The number of people we reached with emergency supplies immediately after the disaster, thanks to the compassion of people like you.
7.8 — The magnitude of the initial earthquake, strong enough to shake historical sites to the ground, break roads apart and send homes sliding down Nepal’s beautiful green hillsides.
It has been 60 days since the U.S. and Russia signed the Munich agreement, calling for increased attention to address the dire humanitarian conditions inside Syria. In this time the Humanitarian Task Force (HTF)—established by the 23-member International Syria Support Group (ISSG)—has helped push for UN convoys to enter 31 communities designated by the UN as besieged and hard-to-reach areas delivering short-term supplies for 400,000 people since the beginning of the year, less than 10 percent of people in need in those areas.
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FINAL EVALUATION FOR SOMALIA EMERGENCY FOOD SECURITY RESPONSE Project
Purpose: To conduct an in-depth appraisal of the project to ensure accountability and systematically generate knowledge about the extent and determinants of project performance from evidence-based information; taking into consideration the design and implementation framework.
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