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Save the Children has a pretty nifty project going on (a beneficiary is pictured above) in northeastern Kenya that not only gets locally produced milk to malnourished children and pregnant/breastfeeding women, but also seeks to strengthen the region’s entire milk-production chain. I wrote about it while profiling Karl Frey, a Save technical advisor to the [...]

Forgotten crises: Sudan/South Sudan

The U.N. humanitarian news agency, IRIN, reports on the burgeoning crisis in Sudan, near the South Sudan border. Often, one humanitarian crisis grabs the world’s attention and other emergencies get barely any attention at all. I’d make that case now, except I’m having a hard time recalling any humanitarian crisis around the world that is [...]

Mental health in a disaster

This from IRIN:

 

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In-Brief: First-aid guide for mental health in a disaster

GENEVA, 17 August 2011 (IRIN) - The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced the publication of a first-aid guide to help field workers deal with psychological issues during disasters, [...]

Follow-up on Pakistan floods

In my continuing effort to return the spotlight periodically to forgotten crises, this just in from Handicap International:
 February 1, 2011
PAKISTAN FLOODS, SIX MONTHS LATER

WASHINGTON – For the last six months, Handicap International’s 500-strong team has supported people stricken by the flooding that has devastated Pakistan, affecting 20 million people and damaging 1.7 million homes. The [...]

Clean aid isn’t an impossibility

Excuse the hint of exasperation in the title of this post. Oh, hell, no apologies for being fed up with humanitarian-relief organizations acting like Bernie Madoff. There’s just no excuse for practices such as the slipshod, unprofessional accounting and spending that the Associated Press reports on at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Crap like [...]

A couple of different takes on the Haiti earthquake

Media, online and offline, are swamped with stories about the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that leveled Port-au-Prince and other areas of southern Haiti. Most chronicle the slow and no rate of progress in the reconstruction, all from easily predictable circumstances and patterns of behavior. Here are two stories though that present straight-forward information, in [...]

An important one-year-after-the quake report

It comes from the nongovernmental organization Handicap International. Considering all of the crush injuries that resulted in amputations what this group did and didn’t accomplish on the ground addresses a critical aspect of this anniversary event. Read the report here.

What happens when the spotlight is gone?

The media are great at covering people with the best of intentions who rush into a crisis to help, such as when American medical personnel hurried to Haiti in the wake of its January earthquake. Some, such as a couple of Philadelphia-area doctors, did more than treat victims there. They arranged to have them sent [...]

Of short-term thinking and shortfalls

This just in from the advocacy group, Results. If you ever wonder why pilot projects that have successful results aren’t replicated, this story shows one reason why: money. It’s as unsurprising as it is nonsensical. A longer-term perspective would clearly show that money overall was being saved by investing in upfront medical services. But, even when the global economy is in the [...]

Mother’s Day gift from Save the Children

It’s the NGO’s annual State of the World’s Mothers report and it’s just out and available here from Save the Children. A cause being important and worthy, and a product about it, such as this report, coming from a well-regarded organization, doesn’t mean journalists and others will automatically give them attention. Advocates who want attention [...]