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Resilience is the ability of people, communities and systems that are confronted by disasters or crises to withstand damage and to recover rapidly.

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5 FACTS ABOUT HUNGER IN ANGOLA_phto by Flick
24 July 2020
Angola

Angola is a country in Southern African that is home to nearly 31 million people. Of those people, at least 2.3 million of them are at high risk for extreme malnutrition.

Photo by africa business communities
15 July 2021
Angola

Angola and IFAD to promote sustainable agriculture and boost food security in the face of climate change

Motorcycle riders and commuter buses cross at the flooded section of Kigogo Road in Dar es Salaam following the heavy rainfall that pounded the city recently. PHOTO | MICHAEL MATEMANGA
30 May 2021
Tanzania

Dar es Salaam. When Jumanne Abdul, 45, built his house 18 years ago, Msimbazi River was almost 60 metres away from his plot.

By then, he couldn’t have imagined that the river bank would have eroded the huge chunk of land to just a few metres from his house today. Now, he is forced to relocate whenever the rainy season arrives as he fears for his family.

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HEKS EPER

Swiss Church Aid (HEKS/EPER )

HEKS champions the cause of a more humane and just world and a life in dignity. Internationally, HEKS/EPER focuses on rural community development, humanitarian aid and inter-church cooperation. 

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