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Voices of South Sudanese fleeing conflict

Voices of South Sudanese fleeing conflict

Apr 16, 2014

16 April, 2014 - South Sudanese people express the pain of losing loved ones and the long journeys they undertake to reach safety.

South Sudan crisis being met with silence, ACT Ethiopia says

South Sudan crisis being met with silence, ACT Ethiopia says

Apr 16, 2014

15 April, 2014 - The veil of silence over the South Sudan must be broken and peace talks resumed immediately if the conflict is to be contained

Leapfrog to a low carbon future now – ACT Alliance

Leapfrog to a low carbon future now – ACT Alliance

Apr 13, 2014

13 April 2014 - New UN climate change analysis stresses rapid need for economies to seek low carbon solutions

CAR: 1.6 million people need urgent assistance

CAR: 1.6 million people need urgent assistance

Apr 10, 2014

10 April, 2014 - The deteriorating situation in the Central African Republic brings with it more civilians killed and infrastructure destroyed. Two ACT members are responding with life-saving measures

 Breaking new ground in Philippines' recovery

Breaking new ground in Philippines' recovery

Apr 09, 2014

8 April, 2014 - The simple task of turning over new soil represented much more than the first step in a new shelter scheme for typhoon-hit Jinamoc

Flood protection urgently needed in Kakuma camp

Flood protection urgently needed in Kakuma camp

Apr 08, 2014

8 April, 2014 - The rainy season threatens to make life a misery for Kakuma camp extension residents, refugees from the conflict in South Sudan

Impacts of climate change will get worse, says ACT

Impacts of climate change will get worse, says ACT

Apr 01, 2014

28 March 2014 -As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presents its findings about the impacts of climate change this week, ACT Alliance expresses deep concern about the dramatic effect it will have on people’s lives while governments fail to agree an adequate way forward.

Mobile cash - emergency aid by text message

Mobile cash - emergency aid by text message

Mar 19, 2014

19 March, 2014 - Mobile phone cash transfers are proving a cheap and secure way to get money to Zimbabwean families most in need

Hope in the ashes of Bor

Hope in the ashes of Bor

Mar 17, 2014

17 March, 2014 - Slowly, life is returning to the streets of Bor in Jonglei state, South Sudan. ACT members and partners are helping people rebuild their lives among the ruins

Developing world calls for stronger focus on adaptation to climate change

Developing world calls for stronger focus on adaptation to climate change

Mar 14, 2014

14 March, 2014 - The worsening effects of a changing climate have been the focus of climate talks in Bonn this week, with developing countries stressing the need for equal attention to adaptation as to mitigation

South Sudan: A race against time

South Sudan: A race against time

Mar 13, 2014

13 March, 2014 - ACT Alliance is scaling up its response to the escalating humanitarian crisis across South Sudan in a race against time before the onset of the rainy season

Overhaul laws restricting civil society organisations, say development groups

Overhaul laws restricting civil society organisations, say development groups

Mar 12, 2014

12 March, 2014 - Civil society organisations need greater protection from harassment and repression, ACT and CIDSE say.

Good business sense improving Haitians' prospects

Good business sense improving Haitians' prospects

Mar 12, 2014

12 March, 2014 - Business training encourages Haitian women with good ideas but few skills to boldly improve their business models

CAR Refugees Find A New Home in Camp Dosseye, Chad

CAR Refugees Find A New Home in Camp Dosseye, Chad

Mar 11, 2014

11 March, 2014 - Long-term refugees from the Central African Republic find security in an agriculture programme

A long walk to safety: story of asylum seeker Nyagnet Req

A long walk to safety: story of asylum seeker Nyagnet Req

Mar 11, 2014

11 March, 2014 - When Nyagnet Req fled her South Sudanese town, she had no idea where her husband was. She knew only that she had to get her seven children to safety in Ethiopia