As thousands of families began fleeing Mosul, Relief International’s medical teams raced toward the crisis. United Nations officials estimate that up to 200,...
IRAQ — As the residents of Iraq’s Darashakran Camp sheltered from the heat in their tents, Suhaila Ahmed Muhammad stood outside one of the public latrines...
Violence in both Sudan and South Sudan has pushed hundreds of thousands of people to the border region of Maban County. By October 2015, almost 200,000 people...
Afghanistan is frequently devastated by natural disasters — earthquakes, flooding and drought are common and they often trigger landslides and avalanches...
At least three-fourths of the 23 million people living in rural Afghanistan depend on livestock for food and income. Years of conflict have left many of these...
More than 80 percent of Nepal’s population is involved in farming and animal husbandry as a part of an agricultural lifestyle. Therefore, a majority of the...
Bangladesh is a largely agrarian society, with many people depending on animal husbandry for their income. Virtually every inch of agricultural land in this...

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