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  1. Property rights exist at many different social levels (individual, nuclear or extended family, clan or tribe, larger group, etc.), and at different levels of “formality” or official status. For example, an urban property may have an individual owner and a government-issued (formal) title. For...
  2. 20-02-2018 PermacultureForRefugees (P4R) has released their first booklet in a series to bring permaculture solutions to refugee situations. Permaculture for Refugees in Camps is a 20 page how-to guide outlining a positive approaches to transforming refugee camps. It is the culmination of ideas, experience...
  3. In 2015, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees accommodated over 15 million refugees, mostly in refugee camps in developing countries. The World Food Program provided these refugees with food aid, in cash or in kind. Refugees’ impacts on host countries are controversial and little...
  4. Abstract, The Journal of Nutrition, 2002 Policies for protecting the nutrition of displaced people (including refugees) have evolved significantly since the sharp increase in numbers began in the 1970s. Food supplies have often been grossly inadequate, probably contributing to the very high...
  5. 28-10-2014 While coming back, returnees are facing many challenges: Lack of shelter, Lack of food, Lack of the other items like cloths and houses materials, Lack of water and sanitation, Drop out school, Lack of employment Etc Working with returnees is helping them to meet these needs.
  6. The plight of refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, and Democratic Republic of Congo made international headlines between 1993 and 1998. Throughout central Africa, roughly 3.4 million refugees crossed international borders, 2.3 million persons became internally displaced, and 600,000 exiles returned to...
  7. A project of the Nationalities Service Center, Philadelphia Healthy communities emerge when people work together. Our gardens area space in which families can relax, enjoy healthy activity and foster new connections with their South Philadelphia neighbors.For those who may have experienced trauma...
  8. The most recent figures from the un refugee agency show that in 2016, more than 65 million people were forced from their home by wars, conflict, and persecution — more than at any other time since records began. When the humanitarian needs are great, so too is the need to work harder to find...
  9. An alternative approach to managing transition camps can be found through permaculture, which offers theory and practice to support bottom up designs and solutions to complex problems in the process of building self sustainable social and built environments. It is especially important to provide...
  10. 09-02-2016 ชมรมเพาะปลูกระดับเริมตนที Dalat International School ในปีนัง มาเลเซีย กำลังยืนมือเขาชวยผูอพยพโรฮีนจาจากประเทศพมา ชมรมนีพบกันอาทิตยละครังเพือเรียนรูเกียวกับการเพาะปลูกอยางเหมาะสมและหลักการเกียวกับการปลูกพืชแบบไฮโดรโปนิกส นักเรียนไดใชงานเครืองมือไฮโดรโปนิกสขนาดเลกแบบเคลือนยายได ซึ...
  11. With initiatives that focus on disaster response, health and child development, refugee and immigration services, economic development and peacebuilding, we work holistically with the local church to stand for the sick, the widowed, the orphaned, the alienated, the displaced, the devastated, the...
  12. The Border Green Energy Team (BGET) has been working to implement renewable energy and sustainable technologies along the Thailand/Burma border since 2005. We are a lean organization focused on reaching those in need with appropriate technology and the training to utilize it. Our technologies...
  13. More than 80 years after Albert Einstein helped create the IRC, the number and intensity of humanitarian crises across the globe warrant a dose of Einstein-inspired innovation. Our strategic plan — IRC 2020 — answers that call. The IRC has grown because our teams have gone to the toughest places,...
  14. We are a non-profit organization working with individuals, corporations and churches to bring love and hope to hurting children and families all around the world. We believe that whole societies can be transformed by creating healthy, safe and enriching environments that benefit and sustain the...
  15. Heifer International's mission is to work with communities to end world hunger and poverty and to care for the Earth. Dan West was a farmer from the American Midwest and member of the Church of the Brethren who went to the front lines of the Spanish Civil War as an aid worker. His mission was to...
  16. We pilot innovative approaches to greening refugee camps and communities by building capacity, monitoring effectiveness, disseminating good practice and sharing knowledge. We aim to stimulate research, influence policy and advocate for the importance of gardens in forced displacement. In all our...
  17. 21-12-2017 ECHO staff member Renee Gill reflects on the plight of refugees as we remember the first Christmas.
  18. 06-08-2013 Like many seekers of the authentic life, Fred Bahnson sought answers to big questions likeWhat does it mean to follow God? and How should I live my life?But after divinity school at Duke, Bahnson began to find answers not in a pulpit, but at the handle of a plow. After his agrarian conversion,...
  19. 29-11-2017 As development practitioners, researchers, and changemakers we are confronted by situations in which armed conflict has torn apart the physical and social structures of societies. Smallholder farmers are deeply impacted and often take part in these conflicts. Rebuilding small holder agriculture...
  20. 15-11-2017 As development practitioners, researchers, and changemakers we are confronted by situations in which armed conflict has torn apart the physical and social structures of societies. Smallholder farmers are deeply impacted and often take part in these conflicts. Rebuilding small holder agriculture...
  21. 27-04-2016 Presented at the ECHO International Agriculture Conference 2015 Vegetable growing can provide nutrition and livelihood for those isolated by poverty, recovering from crisis, and/or diversifying their food and income options -- but gains are not automatic. What should be considered in designing...
  22. Half the world still lives on less than $2 per day. On this budget, it can be impossible to sustain life. Malnutrition in the developing world causes dire consequences for nearly a billion people, 60% of them women and girls. Yet, there is hope for change as the majority of those who are hungry...
  23. 18-11-2015 Vegetable growing can provide nutrition and livelihood for those isolated by poverty, recovering from crisis, and/or diversifying their food and income options -- but gains are not automatic. What should be considered in designing and deploying vegetable gardening programs? What seed...
  24. 15-05-2018 This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 38. Refugee camps are almost always located on sparsely populated “waste” land, so the host country does not need to displace a large population. For example, reports suggest that the government of Bangladesh may plan to settle 400,000 Rohingya refugees on...
  25. CRS used SenseMaker in evaluating a refugee support project that filled critical gaps in the humanitarian response and integration of Colombian and Venezuelan refugees in Ecuador, as well as assisting vulnerable Ecuadorians. SenseMaker is a research method that captures people’s experiences in...
  26. 15-08-2016 Over 200 million people live abroad; more than 50 million are temporary residents, intending to return to their country of origin. Misunderstood explores the impact international life can have on the children of such families--while they live overseas, when they return, and as they mature into...

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