Yemeni refugee’s thriving irrigation-supported farm in Hargeisa
The drive from Hargeisa to the farm, 50 kilometres away, is on a tarmac road, then for about ten kilometres of this distance, it winds into a dusty earth road with no farming activity. There is only limited vegetation, with goats and sheep trying to graze from patches of grass and other plants’ leaves.
Training South Sudan's health professionals
It started as a small village nursing school, over 20 years ago. But it has grown to be among the top medical institutions in South Sudan that is training the country's health professionals. The Maridi School of Nursing and Midwifery (MSNM) was started in 1980’s by AAH South Sudan.
Women in Kyangwali, Uganda embrace delivery at health facilities
Asiimwe Jacqueline, 29, from Kyarusensa Village in the Kyangwali refugee settlement in Uganda is looking forward to giving birth to her third child in a month's time. And this time round it will be different; she will deliver in a health facility.
Project brings optimism to the El Wak community
She speaks with assertiveness and vigour. AlasaGurhnGuure,57, hails from El Wak, Somalia, an area that is largely semi-arid. “Women in my area face challenges such as inadequate food and poor sanitation for their families.
Yemeni woman refugee runs thriving grocery shop in Hargeisa
She poignantly reflects back on her life in Sanaa, Yemen, a few years ago. There was peace and she lived happily with her family. Life was without fear of what would happen the next day. She cooked diverse foods for her eight children and husband, a construction worker.