2 September Sep 2019 1300 02 September 2019
Yemen, MSF: Chaos and fighting in Aden as over 50 wounded admitted in just a few hours
The city of Aden, Yemen, has been hit by heavy fightings between various armed groups. This was stated in a note by MSF, reporting that, in the space of a few hours, their teams have admitted 51 wounded people to their hospital
24 November Nov 2016 1019 24 November 2016
Play bocce to support the needy ones
November 29 is #GivingTuesday: Nove Onlus and Italian Bocce Federation organize the only event in Italy in support of the project "Lend a hand to an Italian"
23 November Nov 2016 1005 23 November 2016
Towards a EU strategy to promote civic space ?
The state of the art, the concerns, the challenges and the proposals regarding the restrictions that civil society organizations are facing to their civic freedoms in many countries across the world,addressed by Civil Society Europe and its members.
17 November Nov 2016 0953 17 November 2016
The sacrificial lamb of the EU budget deal: the humanitarian aid
It took 18 hours of negotiations but at the end a deal that focuses on strengthening the economy and responding to the refugee crisis was reached. But there was a victim: humanitarian aid
10 October Oct 2016 1507 10 October 2016
Doctors ready to re-enter east Aleppo if given safe passage
Several doctors who worked in East Aleppo before the siege, declared to be ready to re-enter that part of the city if given safe passage. At the moment there are only 35 doctors left in East Aleppo. Only 7 of them can perform surgical operations
21 September Sep 2016 1210 21 September 2016
Refugee summit, ONE Campaign: This is a great first step...but just a first step
The ONE Campaign reacted to the Leaders' Summit on the Global Refugee Crisis on Tuesday and underlined that even if every commitment made this week is delivered, there will still be 2.7 million refugee children out of school.
4 August Aug 2016 1351 04 August 2016
EU steps up aid for Boko Haram affected regions as humanitarian crisis worsens
The European Commission is providing additional humanitarian assistance to help address the worsening situation in the Lake Chad region.
4 August Aug 2016 1204 04 August 2016
Oxfam offered help to more people than ever before
Oxfam GB provided emergency aid to almost nine million people in 2015/16, the highest number in its history, according to its annual report. The majority of these people were fleeing conflict and disaster
3 August Aug 2016 1001 03 August 2016
This new initiative is helping disaster-affected communities
People's lives across the planet are increasingly disrupted by disaster. From manmade to natural disasters, the planet is seeing more conflict and global warming. This is why the European Commission have launched a new initiative: EU Aid Volunteers.
28 July Jul 2016 1237 28 July 2016
EU giving €1.4 billion to support refugees in Turkey
The European Commission has adopted a Special Measure worth over €1.4 billion in support of refugees who have fled the war in Syria and their host communities. The money will go towards education, health, municipal and social infrastructure, and socio-economic support. In addition, a further €79 million of previously allocated funds for humanitarian aid projects has been contracted to a number of partners, including UN agencies, international organizations as well as international NGOs.