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15 May 2018 description
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15 May 2017 - World Vision is rushing to respond to 1.2 million of people affected by flooding in parts of Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya. Continual rains have submerged homes, schools and businesses, displacing more than 700,000 people from their homes, and they are now camped out in tents on higher ground, in schools or other evacuation sites.

24 Mar 2017 description
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With famine declared in parts of South Sudan, the hunger crisis in Somalia is on the cusp of becoming a famine, and Kenya experiencing severe drought, the lives of 700,000 children who are suffering severe acute malnutrition are now in the balance.

The situation in Somalia is deteriorating quickly as well, with acute levels of food insecurity increasing each day. World Vision is deeply concerned that hundreds of children could die if they do not get the nutritious food supplements they urgently need, as well as water and food.

20 Jul 2012 description
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A year on from famine in Somalia, the food situation has improved, but for millions of Somali children, survival is still a daily struggle. Around one million people are living outside of their country’s borders and another 1.36 million are internally displaced. Many have sought refuge in camps in neighbouring countries, taxing an already challenging living situation.

16 Jul 2012 description
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A year after the food crisis in the Horn of Africa peaked and famine was declared in some parts of Somalia, the situation has improved but much more help is needed to reduce the vulnerability of people from drought and hunger. To date, nearly nine million people continue to live in desperate conditions and require aid in the region.

World Vision continues to respond to the immediate needs of the affected people while aggressively calling for investments that allow for long-lasting solutions.

26 Dec 2011 description
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World Vision welcomes the news that the famine is easing in parts of Somalia. The United Nations has officially downgraded the situation in Bakaool, lower Shabelle and Bay. At the peak of the crisis, malnutrition was affecting 53 per cent of the population in some areas of Somalia; now, that figure has fallen below the famine threshold of 30 per cent. But although conditions have begun to improve in the Horn of Africa for some, challenges remain great for the families who live there and the aid workers trying to respond.

04 Dec 2011 description
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World Vision and other humanitarian agencies are sustaining relief interventions, but the needs in the Horn of Africa remain great.

08 Sep 2011 description
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Before the
Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights
House Committee on Foreign Affairs

Regarding the Drought and Famine in the Horn of Africa


Mr. Chairman, thank you for inviting World Vision to testify before your Committee and thank you for holding this hearing. My name is Kent Hill. I am the Senior Vice President for International Programs for World Vision.

30 Aug 2011 description
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Guatemala, 30 de agosto de 2011

26 Apr 2006 description
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by Christine Head -- World Vision Relief Communications Manager (Horn of Africa)