Villagers in the southern areas of Mauritania live in the most remote part of the country that is vulnerable to even the smallest changes in food prices brought on by the onset of droughts.
When Moldova became independent in 1991, the government faced an economic crisis and only funded programs deemed essential. This left scarce funding for early education, which led to many educational institutions falling into disrepair.
By Kulsoom Rizvi The dramatic collapse of the former Soviet Union in 1991 left several newly independent states in a turbulent situation, casting a shadow …
Even in a place like Niger, where most families struggle through chronic food shortages, some people are especially vulnerable to hunger.
Georgian authorities will resume responsibility for all disaster response packages in one year, according to a timeline agreed on by the U.S. State Department, Counterpart International and Georgia’s Emergency Management Department.
Deaf Georgians in need may not speak loudly, but their words of thanks are heard.