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Mauritania: The Ministry of Health receives medical aid to support nutritional health

July 2020

School Feeding at Home: Keeping 47,000 Senegalese Students Food Secure During COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in Senegal is increasingly deteriorating livelihoods and inducing a food crisis across the country and in the Saint-Louis region, Counterpart’s target …

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McGovern-Dole Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program in Mauritania

CHALLENGE While 75% of the population in Mauritania depends on subsistence agriculture and pastoralism, the country has been facing drought exacerbated by climate change which …

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2018 — 2021

Local and Regional Food Aid Procurement Project in Senegal

CHALLENGE In Senegal, the agricultural sector employs approximately 70% of the working population, yet in 2017 its contribution to total GDP was just over 16%. …

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2018 — 2022

McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Project in Senegal

CHALLENGE A large portion of Senegalese citizens rely on agriculture and pastoralism for their livelihood. Unfortunately, a persistent drought in 2017 severely impacted crop and …

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Moroccan civil society wins tax relief for its new role

People with handicaps limiting their mobility face challenges in countries that don’t produce many accessibility devices. In Morocco, people who try to buy assistive devices …

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Public Health Partnerships Improve Lives in Malawi

In the Traditional Authority of Masula in Lilongwe district – the capital city of Malawi, a small landlocked country in southern Africa – diarrhea and …

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Rohingya Refugees and Mental Health: An Urgent Challenge

This blog is part of our series developed in collaboration with the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University. Cox’s Bazar, a town located …

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Towards Zero Maternal Death

Andyford Zulu, 59, a member of ZINGO REFLECT Circle, recalls the not-so-distant past when child-birth was a matter of life and death in his village, …

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A Shared Vision for Better Health Care in Guatemala

Although access to health care is guaranteed in Guatemala’s constitution, the reality for many Guatemalans is that even the most basic public health services remain …

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