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Children cycling on a street flooded by rain.

A billion children live in countries with a very high risk of exposure to heat waves, cyclones, floods or air pollution, according to the Unicef ​​report on children’s climate risk index.

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Children of Africa expends all its efforts to the Kinango region in Kenya.

The director of the Figueres-based NGO, with presence in Kenya, explains how they have maintained their activity during the pandemic and reviews the current situation of the organisation.

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 NouSol has been running the Bobo-Dioulasso center project since 2018.

The Girona-based NGO NouSol has revitalized a Day Center for children and young people in the city of Burkina Faso.

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Immunisation Agenda 2030 will face diseases such as malaria, measles, meningitis, yellow fever, polio, cholera and hepatitis.

The WHO, UNICEF and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) have launched a new global health protection plan to tackle diseases such as measles, hepatitis and yellow fever.

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The campaign, launched in September 2020, aims to improve the emotional health of children through the performing arts.

The initiative, promoted by Clowns Without Borders, has already accomplished more than 500 activities in the city of Bobo-Dioulasso.

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Médecins Sans Frontières, at Cox's Bazar camp.

We talk about the plight of the Burmese minority with the MSF coordinator in Bangladesh, where nearly a million people are taking refuge.

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The fruit of the baobab is a superfood from which a powder with great health benefits is extracted.

Monkey bread, which comes from the baobab, is a superfood grown in Senegal from which a powder with great health benefits is extracted. The women of Boundou are leading this sustainable entrepreneurship project, which will benefit 700 families in the nature reserve.

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Neus Jové, the president of Pont Solidari al Món.

The Pont Solidari al Món organization has been working since 2011 for the education and health of people with serious economic difficulties and are far from the big cities in India and Nepal.

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Kristian Herbolzheimer, director de l'ICIP.

The International Catalan Institute for Peace reflects on the state of peace in the world and shares how Covid-19 has favoured and harmed the construction of a non-violent society.

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Clara Ávila is from the indigenous community of Nasa, in Cauca (Colombia).

The ADPI Observatory and Maloka Colombia Collective have organised a fundraising campaign to strengthen the health system of the indigenous communities of Colombia, a vulnerable group because of armed conflicts.

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Caritas Bangladesh has activated its emergency response system.

Caritas Bangladesh has activated its emergency response system to evacuate affected people and provide immediate assistance such as food, water and repairs to some of the 200,000 damaged homes.

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Developing countries face the pandemic with few resources.

The pandemic is affecting 180 countries around the world. The epicentre is Europe, the United States and China, though not all governments have the same reaction capacity, nor the resources, nor the support networks for the population.

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