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Peter’s Football Dream


Like many children in Kawangware, a sprawling informal settlement area of Nairobi, Kenya, Peter has spent his whole young life dreaming of making it big as a footballer, but unlike…

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Lighting up the lives of Rohingya refugees

“The thief tied his ankles together with a rope and shinnied up the pole” explains Mohammad* as he points to the wires dangling from the lamp post. These solar lamp…

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OptiDiag: Data collection is complete!

INTRODUCTION It is with great pride that Action Against Hunger can announce the OptiDiag project’s successful on-the-field data collection in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso and Liberia. To remind readers, the OptiDiag…

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From training to action: Moving into Phase II of PM+


In our previous post, we wrote about the PM+ master training in Cairo, Egypt, where nine international humanitarian agencies and two consultants came together to learn, share and discuss the…

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Solarising humanitarian operations

Humanitarian operations normally take place in hard to reach areas where infrastructure is sparse and logistics is a core challenge to delivering aid. To maintain efficient operations, humanitarian organisations have…

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Learning from iterative innovation during the Click-MUAC project

The easiest, most practical, means to detect acute malnutrition in young children is to measure and classify mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC). As nutritionists, we have trained countless community health workers…

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Back on air!


In the last post, I explained how we hit a snag, with our partners being forced to shutdown their satellite beam over the Western Pacific, where our testing is focussed….

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Rapid Assessment Method for Older People opens eyes in Africa

At the end of June, HelpAge International and partners organised a two-day workshop in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa to train various UN, NGO and government organisations on how to use…

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First Assessments Completed

iACT and Jesuit Refugee Service successfully completed the baseline survey assessments of children aged three to five attending the Little Ripples early childhood education program in Darfuri refugee camps Kounoungou…

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Local songs with a global voice


Local songs with a global voice: Resilience through Music Therapy in Eastern Congo By Frances Hill, Effective Partnerships Manager, Elrha, and mentor to the Healing in Harmony project through Elrha’s…

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