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People in Need supported 9,168 families in Afghanistan

People in Need supported 9,168 families in Afghanistan

After four years, we are close to end of the East-West Livelihood Initiative for Uprooted People (EWLI) in Herat and Jalalabad cities. The project directly supported 9,168 families in the west and east of Afghanistan.

I encouraged parents not to send children to school during ISIL, says teacher from Iraq

I encouraged parents not to send children to school during ISIL, says teacher from Iraq

We condemn criminalization of human rights defenders in Nicaragua

We condemn criminalization of human rights defenders in Nicaragua

Now I can make four different variations of my child´s porridge

Now I can make four different variations of my child´s porridge

One of the cornerstones of our work is direct support of human rights defenders and their families. A frequent means of aid is short-term humanitarian support for families of imprisoned human rights activists in the form of financial contributions for covering basic needs or providing medical kits, hygiene products and food for their incarcerated relatives.

People in Need presents the Advancing Understanding of Dzud Risk report

People in Need presents the Advancing Understanding of Dzud Risk report

European Parliament stresses on human rights as a cornerstone for EU-Vietnam relations – but there should be more

European Parliament stresses on human rights as a cornerstone for EU-Vietnam relations – but there should be more

Eliminating violence against women from the grassroots to the parliament

Eliminating violence against women from the grassroots to the parliament

Brutal crackdown on civil society in Nicaragua continues

Brutal crackdown on civil society in Nicaragua continues

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Helping refugees in Angola