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After Nock-ten: Responding to dire needs with the START Network

Raising an alert to the START Network about the crisis sparked by typhoon Nock-ten, which struck the Philippines on 25th December 2016, ACTED and othe...

Climate resilience: Better agricultural practices for better incomes

Decades of conflict have displaced thousands of people in South Sudan and left many homeless and without hope, while reducing their capacity to cope w...

Eastern Samar farmers and municipality representatives visit Mindanao to learn from others’ experience

ACTED supports livelihoods in typhoon-affected areas of the Philippines by empowering farmers and municipalities.ACTED facilitated the organisation of...

A house for Analyn

Typhoon Nock-ten (Nina) lashed the Philippines on Christmas Day 2016, particularly the province of Catanduanes. Some 400,000 houses were either comple...

Philippines: Alliance2015 members promote alternative livelihoods among Typhoon Haiyan affected communities

In 2013, typhoon Haiyan, described as the most powerful typhoon so far, has ravaged the Philippines. With more than 6,000 deaths and 1,000 missing (ND...

2017/02/23
South Sudan | Emergency

Famine in South Sudan: Understanding food insecurity in Unity State

Since May 2016, over half of the populations assessed by ACTED's sister initiative REACH in Unity State, South Sudan, have regularly reported that they do not have sufficient [...]

2017/02/23
Philippines | Emergency

After Nock-ten: Responding to dire needs with the START Network

Raising an alert to the START Network about the crisis sparked by typhoon Nock-ten, which struck the Philippines on 25th December 2016, ACTED and other INGOs enabled the quick [...]

2017/02/23
South Sudan | Emergency

Climate resilience: Better agricultural practices for better incomes

Decades of conflict have displaced thousands of people in South Sudan and left many homeless and without hope, while reducing their capacity to cope with recurrent climate change [...]

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2017/02/23 - DRC

Pweto, a small village located in the North-East part of the Katanga region, has been affected by destructions caused by bad weather conditions. Many homes were destroyed, leaving populations in need of emergency assistance. Populations of Pweto spent several [...]

2017/02/23 - DRC

Since January 2016, torrential rains in the health zone of Manono, in theSouth-Eastern part of the Tanganiyka province of DRC, have caused heavy flooding. 56,000 people living in the territory of Manono have been exposed to the consequences of natural [...]

2017/02/07 - Philippines

The model house is a milestone for the construction project in Guiuan, PhilippinesA model house is now on display in Cogon relocation site, Guiuan, Eastern Samar. The house is the first of 126 permanent shelters to be achieved to relocate typhoon-affected [...]

2017/01/24 - Uganda

Supporting coordination and effective response in KaramojaACTED Uganda has published an assessment report on the factors that affect pastoralists livelihoods and migratory patterns in the Karamoja, Northwest region of Uganda. The report was published with [...]

2017/01/20 - DRC

 The Libenge team organized an awareness campaign on the risks of contamination and spread of HIV/AIDS as part of a project to improve food security, access to water, sanitation and hygiene for refugees and vulnerable host populations in the North and [...]

2017/01/20 - Philippines

In order to improve the living conditions of populations affected by the increase of typhoons in the Philippines, ACTED and LafargeHolcim entered into partnership in order to reinforce the on-going construction of permanent shelters through the provision of [...]

2016/12/23 - South Sudan

ACTED engages the population in Akobo in agro-pastoral field schools activities to alleviate food insecurity. Akobo is a continuously flooded area where movement is very difficult, making it one of the hardest to reach regions in South Sudan. The population [...]

2016/12/12 - Uganda

Yunus Social Business Uganda (YSB) is part of a network of YSB iniatives co-founded by Professor Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel Peace prize winner and founder of Grameen Bank. Yunus Social Business supports early-stage enterprises through the provision of social [...]

2016/12/12 - Libya

Since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, approximately 430,000 individuals have been forced to leave their homes. The eastern region of Libya has been particularly suffering from military operations, with Benghazi being one of the most affected cities that [...]

2016/11/18 - Uganda

ACTED Uganda hosted the country planning team from the Global Green Growth Initiative to support a multi-stakeholder review of green growth planning in Uganda. On November 14, ACTED Uganda team met with the national planning team of Global Green Growth [...]