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Ethiopian Refugees Driven into Sudan

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India Faces Floods

Torrential rains submerge thousands of homes in Hyderabad, India Non-stop rain Heavy rain lashed large parts of India, including Hyderabad, over the last week swelling several rivers to dangerous heights, flooding large parts of the city and submerging homes and cars.   The deluge…
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Our #WorldFoodDay Together

 Ramadan food distribution for Syrian refugees in Lebanon camp 2019 Why #WorldFoodDay Matters #WorldFoodDay is celebrated in October each year by the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. This year marks not only the 75th anniversary of the event but a…
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Sudan Still Needs Us

Floods in Sudan have displaced thousands, who are suffering by the hour The villagers moving their belongings in a boat in flood-affected Wad Ramli, Khartoum. For many of us, 2020 has been a year that we’ll never forget. For hundreds…
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Until We All Win

Thousands of hot meals in partnership with Nike “We underestimate that when a hot meal comes it's so much easier for families to come together than have them worry about how to make a meal. It’s something that I thought…
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Poem: Water for Life

Award Winning Poet Tariq Touré pays tribute to the impact of water projects. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM2SYvYff9w For the dried mouths of newborns  And the cops that wait ages  To taste the moisture of rain  As the clouds form to perform And dance…
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