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“I am better at my job than most men”

When one pictures a construction worker or a carpenter, the first thought for many is that this person is going to be male. Aye, 21, from the Tanintharyi Region in southern Myanmar is an exception. She, as one of ACTED’s most recent female construction graduates, now has a positive alternative to illegal migration which is often seen as the only possible paths for young people…

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…

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 the revival of civil society in Yemen

In 2020, ACTED is working in the regions of Al Dhalee and Lahj to revive civil society after years of…

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…

Afghanistan: Quick! Masks!

Against the background of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, ACTED Afghanistan continues to support the communities throughout the northern provinces of…