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Women and girls among most affected by Turkey Syria earthquake, says humanitarian organisation ActionAid
ActionAid says the situation for women, girls and marginalised communities in the aftermath of the Turkey Syria earthquake is becoming increasingly alarming.
Over 1200 people have now been killed and many hundreds are injured after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria today.
The death and injury toll is expected to rise as hundreds of
Commenting on the earthquake, Racha Nasreddine, Regional Director of ActionAid Arab Region said: “It’s tragic to see the numbers of casualties rising as efforts continue to try to recover and safe
On the launch of the Santiago Declaration for Public Services, ActionAid joins hundreds of organisations to demand 'Our Future is Public’
As the global polycrisis deepens, hundreds of millions continue to struggle with the cost of living. Public budgets are shrinking, and public sector wage bill cuts leave a crippling impact on the
‘Deadliest year’: Nearly 40 children among over 230 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces and settlers in 2022.
ActionAid is deeply concerned about the increasing attacks and excessive use of force imposed by Israeli forces and settlers against Palestinians, particularly the impact this is having on women and
Zambia will be expecting the IMF Managing Director alongside the US Treasury Secretary for a high-profile country visit. Against the backdrop of debt distress, the Zambian government reached an
Commenting on the appointment, Teresa Anderson, Global Lead on Climate Justice at ActionAid, said: “This appointment goes beyond putting the fox in charge of the henhouse.
“The UN Climate Summit is
“Last year’s floods in Pakistan, which left a third of the country underwater, is an unmistakable sign that the climate emergency is becoming more brutal and devastating by the month.
ActionAid Brazil strongly condemns the radical and anti-democratic attacks that took place in the capital of Brazil, Brasilia, on Sunday 8 January, with the invasion and depredation of the