The Gaza Strip has a population of 1.8 million people. 28% of its inhabitants are unemployed, and 38% live in poverty. * The fifty days of conflict and violence took an extremely heavy toll, both in material and human terms. Despite these difficulties, with the help of your solidarity and valued donations, thousands of children have been supported and become able to resume their usual daily life.
Days of intensive rains have left the northern part of India devastated as Kashmir is facing unprecedented floods. So far, the floods have killed 200 people in Indian-administered Kashmir. According to the authorities of Jammu and Kashmir, more than 10 million of people would have been affected.
Balanasi is a place where sand is everywhere—in the street, on the trees, underneath the covers. It reveals the closeness of the village with the water: Balanasi sits on an isthmus that straddles Chilika Lagoon, the largest body of water of its kind in South Asia. Here, nearly every one of the 145 residents squeezes out a living by fishing the nearby waters. In October 2013, Cyclone Phailin hit Balanasi, and pounded the village for hours. In its wake, almost every house was damaged and half of the boats were lost.
Present in Sudan since 2004, Terre des hommes (Tdh) held a ceremony to mark the official launch of a new juvenile justice project on September 22, 2014 in Khartoum. The project started up on April 1 and is entitled “Promotion and protection of the rights of children in conflict with the law”. The project covers all youths suspected, accused, or found guilty of having committed an offense. It aims to protect and promote the rights of children in conflict with the law and reduce their contact with the Khartoum state government’s formal justice system.
After a summer that was marked by more than 50 days of violent conflict along the Gaza Strip, life is slowly starting to return to normal. Many children are now back at school; the lengthy rebuilding of infrastructure has begun.
Despite these efforts, the humanitarian needs are still huge. The sanitary situation is disastrous: around 450,000 people still do not have access to clean or treated water. Terre des hommes (Tdh) is continuing to distribute 6,000 litres of clean water each day as well as hygiene kits, helping 600 families in the north of the Gaza Strip.
Nous recherchons pour le département des Programmes, un/e
Desk Crises Humanitaires – Réponse Ebola
Terre des hommes (Tdh) intervient en Guinée depuis 1987. La Fondation veille à la santé et la nutrition des enfants et des mères et à la protection des enfants le nécessitant. En 2013, plus de 260’000 personnes ont bénéficié de l'action de Tdh.