Round famine in Somalia, Malawi and unrest in Pakistan a year after the floods were some of the key stories in the global development site in the last two weeksSubscribe to poverty
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continued to dominate news coverage in the global development site in the last two weeks.
Days after the Kenyan government is committed to open the Dadaab refugee camp, in the room to accommodate thousands of Somalis arriving in the complex each day, the UN says the hunger in two parts of Somalia.
brand Tran explores why hunger beat back the country, and how aid agencies to respond to such crises.
The UK promises an additional $ 85.2m to help people affected by drought in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia and the United States did the same with an additional $ 28 million specifically to help the Somali people, but if you reach the greatest need was interviewed after the rebel group Al-Shabaab, a terrorist organization on the U.S. list. UU. denies has lifted the ban on foreign aid groups operating in the country, and denies there is hunger.
In response to the crisis, the Food and Agriculture convened a meeting in Rome. Somali Deputy Prime Minister told the audience that people face starvation in the rebel regions of the country. In addition, Kanayo Nwanze, president of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a specialized agency of the United Nations punishes the lack of political leadership in Africa to support agriculture.
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One year after the floods in Pakistan, Islamic Relief has criticized the international community not to provide adequate support for recovery efforts, while warning that the country is not prepared to face season of this year's monsoon.
In Malawi, anti-government supporters clash with riot police. We examine the reasons behind the protests.
AfricaSan3 conference in Rwanda, the Gates Foundation has announced the expansion of its sanitation program to foster innovation in a sector often overlooked.Mark Tran talks
and Sadako Ogata, President of Japan International Cooperation Agency, which promotes the country's relationship with Africa.on planned site
We will have more in Pakistan, one year after the floods.Claire Provost will report from Egypt in projects to fight against youth unemployment.
We are launching our latest podcast to focus this month looks at the issue of population and development.
And we will have a video showing the results of a study that found that 90% of people in some parts of the DRC continue to live in fear of the Lord's Resistance Army.
slide: Drought in Africa: When you reach Dadaabphotographer Kate Holt
traveled to refugee camps in Dadaab in northern Kenya to report on the conditions of new arrivals from Somalia.
Photographer Tom Pietrasik reports on attempts to address food shortages and hunger in rural India
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