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E.g., 06/28/2024
E.g., 06/28/2024
A woman standing by her 'house' at an IDP Camp in Pibor, South Sudan
New WHO study finds that 43 000 “excess deaths” may have occurred in 2022 due to the drought in Somalia. The Ethiopia Humanitarian Response Plan for 2023 (HRP) was launched on 28 February 2023. The HRP requires US$3.99 billion to target more than 20 million people nationwide. Under this HRP, an...
Dried water storage facility in Somalia
The Somalia Humanitarian Response Plan for 2023 (HRP) was launched on 8 February 2023. The HRP estimates that 8.25 million people will require humanitarian assistance. The plan also confirms that prolonged drought, conflict, high food and water prices and displacement are driving the country to the...
Humanitarian emergencies affect women, girls, boys, men, in all their diversity and intersecting iden-tities, differently due to their societal roles and responsibilities. Pre-existing gender inequalities tend to be exacerbated during humanitarian crises and may result in increased burden of care;...
NEXUS is a platform for civil society leadership to advance a new community-driven model of a partnership promoting peaceful, thriving, and empowered communities in Somalia and Somaliland. This unique consortium, led by eight pioneering Somali non-governmental organizations (NGOs), aspires to lead...
NEXUS is a platform for civil society leadership to advance a new community-driven model of a partnership promoting peaceful, thriving, and empowered communities in Somalia and Somaliland. This unique consortium, led by eight pioneering Somali non-governmental organizations (NGOs), aspires to lead...
This Implementation Plan explains how Nexus operationalized aspects of the Perspective on Change into a specific project: the 2021 DRA pilot Joint Response. This project builds on Nexus’ governance and fund management structure, as explained in the separate Nexus Governance and Structure paper. Key...
Background to the Study On 19-20 August 2019, EATGN participated in an experts’ meeting to discuss the ruling on the Kenya-Mauritius Double Taxation Agreement (DTA)1 and its relevance in different jurisdictions. The meeting provided relevant experts with the opportunity to broaden their...
Oxfam in Rwanda has been implementing projects in the following four Programme pillars: Gender Justice, Sustainable Livelihoods, Humanitarian Preparedness, Response, and Resilience Strengthening. Participatory Governance is currently mainstreamed in other program pillars. From its research for...
Studies have established that the extractive industries (EI) have the potential to significantly contribute to a country’s socio-economic development if harnessed well. A good number of countries in Africa have an active and well-established extractive sector, while others are nascent but growing...
Despite financial institutions knowing women business owners have lower default rates than men, financial services are not designed to serve them. While half of urban female business owners are aware of the financial service offers, fewer than 10% have applied for a loan and half of those...
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