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  • Myanmar | Victims of the Civil WarSince 2011 the Kachin region in northern Myanmar is in an ongoing conflict between liberation armies and the central government. The army is using extreme force against the liberation fighters and destroys whole villages. People are forced to leave their homes. More than 100.000 people live as Internally displaced people in refugee camps

  • Myanmar | Victims of the Civil WarSince 2011 the Kachin region in northern Myanmar is in an ongoing conflict between liberation armies and the central government. The army is using extreme force against the liberation fighters and destroys whole villages. People are forced to leave their homes. More than 100.000 people live as Internally displaced people in refugee camps

  • 10th Anniversary of the Arab SpringThe mass demonstrations across Egypt in early 2011 had a major impact on the political landscape in the Middle East. They were fueled by the hope for more freedom and social justice. Between 2011 and 2013 Egypt saw more freedom of expression and a politically active civil society. The election of its first civil president Mohamed Mursi supported the hope for lasting change.

  • 10th Anniversary of the Arab SpringThe mass demonstrations across Egypt in early 2011 had a major impact on the political landscape in the Middle East. They were fueled by the hope for more freedom and social justice. Between 2011 and 2013 Egypt saw more freedom of expression and a politically active civil society. The election of its first civil president Mohamed Mursi supported the hope for lasting change.

  • Moria | LesbosOn September 9, 2020 a fire devastated the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island Lesbos. 13,000 people were made homeless and lived on the streets and in the olive groves surrounding the camp for a week. The Greek government set up a makeshift camp on a former army target practice area that is supposed to temporarily accommodate people until spring 2021. The camp is not equipped for winter and is already overcrowded.

  • Moria | LesbosOn September 9, 2020 a fire devastated the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island Lesbos. 13,000 people were made homeless and lived on the streets and in the olive groves surrounding the camp for a week. The Greek government set up a makeshift camp on a former army target practice area that is supposed to temporarily accommodate people until spring 2021. The camp is not equipped for winter and is already overcrowded.

  • Moria | LesbosOn September 9, 2020 a fire devastated the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island Lesbos. 13,000 people were made homeless and lived on the streets and in the olive groves surrounding the camp for a week. The Greek government set up a makeshift camp on a former army target practice area that is supposed to temporarily accommodate people until spring 2021. The camp is not equipped for winter and is already overcrowded.

  • Gran CanariaIn 2020, more than 20,000 people have braved the Atlantic route from Africa to Europe, with more than 8,000 arriving in the Canaries in November 2020 alone. At least 500 people have died in their attempt to reach the islands. The Spanish government has moved about 6,000 migrants from tents at the port of Arguineguín to 17 hotels that have been shuttered by the pandemic.

  • Shattered Dreams | IraqSince the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in 2003 Iraq has been a war torn country. Despite the fact that Iraq is one of the few democracies in the region, corruption and sectarian violence thrive and leave many behind with their shattered dreams.

  • The Future of FoodUrban farming has grown in popularity over the last 10–15 years. It has largely been driven by the rapid urbanization of developing regions. More people than ever are growing food in cities, developing new ecologically friendly production cycles. More than two-thirds of the world's population is forecast to live in cities by 2050. Urban agriculture can be crucial to feeding them, potentially producing as much as 180 million tonnes of food a year - or about 10% of the global output of pulses and vegetables.

  • The Future of FoodUrban farming has grown in popularity over the last 10–15 years. It has largely been driven by the rapid urbanization of developing regions. More people than ever are growing food in cities, developing new ecologically friendly production cycles. More than two-thirds of the world's population is forecast to live in cities by 2050. Urban agriculture can be crucial to feeding them, potentially producing as much as 180 million tonnes of food a year - or about 10% of the global output of pulses and vegetables.

  • Central African Republic | Health CareEvery year over 200 million people suffer from Malaria. Between 400.000 and 500.000 die of the disease. More than 90% of the deaths occure in Subsaharan Africa. The most vulnerable are children under 5 and pregnant women. The Central African Republic's health system is due to a raging civil war since 2013 completely destroyed and those suffering from the disease heavily rely on mobile clinics.

  • Central African Republic | Health CareEvery year over 200 million people suffer from Malaria. Between 400.000 and 500.000 die of the disease. More than 90% of the deaths occure in Subsaharan Africa. The most vulnerable are children under 5 and pregnant women. The Central African Republic's health system is due to a raging civil war since 2013 completely destroyed and those suffering from the disease heavily rely on mobile clinics.

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