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ActionAid is responding to the emergency in Gaza following the escalation of violence in the region.
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“Children are showing clear signs of malnutrition”: No celebrations for Eid al-Fitr in Gaza this year as people struggle to survive and the threat of a ground invasion of Rafah looms 

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“Children are showing clear signs of malnutrition”: No celebrations for Eid al-Fitr in Gaza this year as people struggle to survive and the threat of a ground invasion of Rafah looms 

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11 INGOs call on the EU to act immediately to prevent famine in Gaza

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ActionAid's reaction to flooding in Maputo

Responding after heavy rains caused flooding in Maputo, ActionAid International Climate Justice Lead, Teresa Anderson said:
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A woman walks next to a shop destroyed by the earthquake in the city of Amizmiz. The earthquake in Morocco on Friday 8 September was the worst in the country's history

Morocco Earthquake Appeal

On 8 September 2023, a magnitude-6.8 earthquake hit Morocco. It has been reported that more than 2,862 people have been killed, with more than 2,501 left injured - these numbers continuing to rise.

ActionAid is working alongside local partners to coordinate a response in some of the worst-affected areas.

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