Archive for the ‘Food security’ Category

First Catch: Strengthening Fisheries and Coastal Management in Puntland

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 Posted in Conflict, Drought, Education, Food security, Gender, Governance, Humanitarian assistance, Issues, Peacebuilding, Photos, Somalia, Uncategorized | No Comments »

Fishing in Puntland [caption id="attachment_7240" align="alignleft" width="491" caption="Fishermen preparing their boats for fishing."][/caption] Puntland boasts an expansive 1,600 km coastline along the Indian Ocean. Its waters are home to some of the richest fishing grounds in Africa and present considerable potential ...

First Catch: Strengthening Fisheries and Coastal Management in Somaliland

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 Posted in Conflict, Countries, Drought, Education, Food security, Governance, Issues, Somalia | No Comments »

Fishing in Somaliland [caption id="attachment_7229" align="alignleft" width="491" caption="Fishermen preparing their boats for fishing in Somaliland. "][/caption] Somaliland enjoys a vast coastline of 850 km long that borders the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden. Its waters are home to some of ...

My Children are my strength

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 Posted in Conflict, Displacement, Education, Food security, Humanitarian assistance, Refugees/IDPs, South Sudan, Uganda, Uncategorized | No Comments »

[caption id="attachment_7208" align="alignright" width="370" caption="Nyakuoth with her 5 children and 2 others that she takes care of in Agulupi settlement. Photo: Francis Yikii/CEFORD"][/caption] Last December, Nyakuoth Kuony was living happily in Unity, South Sudan, with her husband and five children. At ...

Preventing a crisis in Somalia becoming a catastrophe

Thursday, May 8th, 2014 Posted in Agriculture, Aid, Conflict, Drought, Food security, Governance, Health, Humanitarian assistance, Peacebuilding, Refugees/IDPs, Somalia, Water/sanitation | No Comments »

[caption id="attachment_7197" align="alignnone" width="569" caption="Babies in Somalia are at the highest risk of dying on their day of birth worldwide. Photo: Oxfam"][/caption] 2.9 million Somalis are in humanitarian need while the world looks the other way

International Women’s Day; Celebrating our “Humming Birds” across our region

Saturday, March 8th, 2014 Posted in Agriculture, Burundi, Conflict, Countries, DR Congo, Drought, Education, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Food security, GROW campaign, Gender, Governance, Health, Humanitarian assistance, ICT 4 Development, Kenya, Land, Pan Africa, Peacebuilding, Refugees/IDPs, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Water/sanitation, Women's rights | No Comments »

To mark International Women's Day in HECA. We are celebrating all things women for the next 10 days. Women who have inspired our work in their own special way...women doing small things for a bigger impact within and for their ...

So close and yet so far: What does having the largest underground water reserves in Kenya really mean for the people of Turkana?

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 Posted in Agriculture, Climate change, Conflict, Drought, Food security, Governance, Kenya, Land, Water/sanitation | No Comments »

In September 2013, UNESCO and the Government of Kenya announced the discovery of massive groundwater reserves under Turkana, Kenya.1 This arid and semi arid county in the far [caption id="attachment_6982" align="alignright" width="510" caption="A pastoralist herding his goats, Turkana North"][/caption]

Somali Voices – Views from Lower Juba

Monday, December 16th, 2013 Posted in Food security, Gender, Governance, Photos, Somalia, Water/sanitation, Women's rights | 1 Comment »

[caption id="attachment_6942" align="alignright" width="235" caption="Muhumed watching his cattle drink water at a water point in Dhobley"][/caption] The political progress in Somalia has inspired confidence and hope among many Somali people for the years to come, but there are enormous institutional, political, ...

Direct Response: Addressing The Needs in Somalia

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 Posted in Agriculture, Aid, Climate change, Conflict, Countries, Drought, Education, Food security, Peacebuilding, Somalia, Water/sanitation, Women's rights | No Comments »

Situation in brief

In Our Words – Voices from Lower Shebelle

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 Posted in Agriculture, Aid, Climate change, Conflict, Drought, Food security, Peacebuilding, Photos, Somalia, Uncategorized, Water/sanitation, Women's rights | No Comments »

What it’s all about Lower Shebelle region in Somalia is named after the Shebelle River which passes through it. It is ideal for farming as it contains fertile agricultural land and is located in the highland areas which enjoy longer farming ...

Right Direction – The Journey to sustainable support in Somalia

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 Posted in Agriculture, Aid, Climate change, Conflict, Countries, Displacement, Drought, Education, Food security, Multimedia, Peacebuilding, Photos, Refugees/IDPs, Somalia, Water/sanitation | No Comments »

The journey has begun