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MALI NIGER BURKINA FASO Food Crisis Is Inevitable In Africas Poorest Nations

 10th Jul 2007    Many

Devastating but preventable food crises will hit the world's poorest countries yet again because of a failure to address the root causes of the problem.

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PAKISTAN Case Study of a Widow Surviving the Flood

 8th Jul 2007    Pakistan

Naz Bibi, a 45-year old widow, was living with her two young children in the village of Jhangeer Khan Khosoo in Shadadkot, one of the districts that has been most affected by recent flooding in Pakistan’s Sindh Province.

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MOZAMBIQUE CARE Aids Cyclone Survivors

 7th Mar 2007    Mozambique

MOZAMBIQUE (March 7, 2007) – The Category 4 cyclone that struck Mozambique in late February followed severe floods that had already devastated the poverty-stricken country. CARE predicts a long and slow recovery for people in the hardest hit areas. The humanitarian organization is seeking to help those affected meet immediate ...

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INDONESIA CARE provides emergency assistance to flood victims

 5th Feb 2007    Indonesia

INDONESIA (February 5, 2007) – CARE is distributing food and water purification solution to more than 15,000 flood-affected people in the district of Tangerang, Indonesia, after the worst floods to hit Jakarta in five years. Entire parts of the city are underwater, with the water levels reaching as high as ...

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KENYA Care Regional Director Tragically Killed in Nairobi

 28th Jan 2007    Kenya

KENYA (January 28, 2007) – Geoffrey Chege, a 25-year veteran of CARE, was killed on 28 January in Nairobi during a car jacking attempt. Chege directed CARE USA's programmes in East and Central Africa. He would have turned 57 in March.

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SOMALIA CARE Presses for Humanitarian Access

 17th Jan 2007    Somalia

The installation of the Transitional Federal Government in Mogadishu has put an end to large-scale military confrontation, at least for the time being, but an estimated 1.8 million Somalis are still at risk because of natural disasters which ravaged the country throughout much of 2006.

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