As the infection rate continues to drop in all of the three remaining affected countries – Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone – UN officials are no longer describing the outbreak as a single outbreak, but rather a collection of “micro-outbreaks”…
Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas encourages you to learn more about Africare and the work we are doing on the ground.
Earlier this month, Africare “handed over” the control of a school water project to school authorities and the community of Dibaro in Mali’s Koulikoro region.
Local coverage of Africare/Mali’s Multi-Year Assistance Program in the Koulikoro region. The film focuses on the organizational activities of vulnerable communities to address food insecurity and how Africare has managed to build the resilience of these communities in response to various crises in Mali.
The good news is that hunger is decreasing globally. The number of chronically hungry people shrank from nearly one in five people worldwide between 1990 and 1992, to about one in eight people between 2010 and 2012. That is real progress, but it is too soon to celebrate.