Andrii immediately recognizes it among dozens of other tractors in the warehouse. He jumps in the chair, adjusts it to his height, jiggles the keys and sets off on a lap of honour with a big grin on his face.
Sana’a – The ongoing conflict in Yemen has driven the country to the brink of famine.
Somalia – It is estimated that there are around 323,000 Internally Displaced People currently in Baidoa, Bay region of Somalia. Drought has been one of the primary causes of displacement. With no water, there is a severe shortage of crops and livestock, leading to loss of livelihoods or even starvation.
This week (6-12 May) is United Nations Global Road Safety Week, dedicated to raising awareness worldwide about road safety.
Beira, Mozambique — Munhava Matope here on the outskirts of Beira, Mozambique’s second largest city, is what is often described by outsiders as a “marginal” community.
Tuesday marked Children’s Day in Turkey, a national holiday celebrated widely throughout the country. Officially recognized as “National Sovereignty and Children’s Day”, April 23rd also marks the day the National Assembly of Turkey was founded in 1920.
IOM Supports a Cleaning Campaign in the Port City
Al Hudaydah’s littered streets are a constant reminder of fighting.
Kobus Botha has been growing mangos on his plantation in northern Mozambique for 11 years.
...to set ambitious goals for TB treatment success!