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ACTED celebrates World Bee Day with beekeepers in Ibb

The production of honey in Yemen has been a tradition since the 10th century and is an important way of life, especially in remote communities. For the occasion of World Bee Day on 20th May, 2020, ACTED returned to interview beekeepers supported in 2019 through OFDA funding and observe the impact of the past intervention.

Video: Update on the current status of Covid-19 in Afghanistan

While infection rates in Afghanistan at first appeared meagre in comparison to other States, the month of May saw an…

As inflation soars across Yemen, ACTED provides immediate cash assistance

The war in Yemen continues to rage into its sixth year with no clear end in sight. Communities have had…

Fighting Covid-19 with Myanmar refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border

Who could have supported ACTED Covid-19 home-visit interventions in refugee camps better than the residents themselves? To prevent the virus…

Formation sur les métiers du BTP dans la ville de Ngouri

Providing new shelters to Yemenis affected by flash floods

Isolated in the low rising mountains on the Gulf of Aden, Yemeni families displaced from Al Hudaydah as a result…

ACTED supports flood hit communities in Aden and Al Dhale’e

At the end of March, followed by months of drought, flash floods hit Yemen. Rivers soon burst their banks, inundating…