In Tchad, in Kou Kou and Goz Beida villages, near the border with Sudan, we help 127,000 internally displaced people.
Jul 28 2014
In Sudan more than 1.9 million children doesn’t go to school, the 44% of them is living in Darfur.
The major cause of the low educational level is due to the chronic instability affecting the region: 10 years of conflict, drought and floods produced 4.3 million of int...
Jul 18 2014
Central African Republic: an escalation of violence, since December 2013, is forcing thousands of civilians to abandon everything and flee to safety.
Over 388,000 people left Central African Republic, seeking refuge in neighboring countries, such as Chad and Cameroon.
Jul 14 2014
On 7 May 2014, 26 agencies asked the world to remember Somalia, where 2.9 million people are living in crisis.
Agencies are now asking for action across eight sectors to save lives and avoid a relapse to the catastrophe of 2011.
We need to work now - over...
Jul 10 2014
For children living in conflict affected countries, education is not only a fundamental right, but it represents the only opportunity to have a better future and to find againnormalcy, after the trauma of violence and escape.
This is the case of South Sudan, where, in Dece...
Jun 30 2014
Mauritania, Mberra camp.
In this camp, more than 71,000 people sought refuge, when, in 2012, as consequence of the outbreak of clashes in northern Mali between government forces and separatist militias, that forced thousands of people to flee.Since then, t...
CIVILIANS ATTACKED IN A CAMP FOR DISPLACED PEOPLE IN SOUTH SUDAN, MANY VICTIMS ARE WOMEN AND CHILDREN.Apr 18 2014
A violent attack has been reported yesterday morning in Bor, in the state of Jonglei, against the civilian population inside the camp set up for displaced people.
A group of young gunmen yesterday morning raided the camp, opening fire on civilians. Victims are 48,...
Feb 24 2014
In response to the urgent needs of Syrians seeking refuge in host communities, INTERSOS Jordan is delivering a Shelter and Protection project across multiple villages in the Northern governorate of Irbid.
The Syrian refugee crisis in Jordan is at a critical level. The number...
Feb 20 2014
Yesterday an INTERSOS staff member, working on Syrian children protection project in Lebanon, was injured in a multiple suicide attack occurred in the capital Beirut near Iranian cultural centre killing 7 and wounding more than 100 people.
Feb 19 2014
We are in Central African Republic because a serious humanitarian crisis affects more than 2.5 million people.
Our emergency staff is in Bangui now, providing health care to the displaced population. With two mobile clinics, we can reach different camps...
NGOs Welcome Ceasefire Agreement In South Sudan, Reaffirm Their Commitment To Help All Populations In Need Of AssistanceJan 25 2014
Juba, South Sudan, 25th January 2014
Fifty-five major humanitarian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in South Sudan have expressed their deep concern about the current humanitarian situation in the country and reaffirmed their commitment to help all civilian populations...
Jan 20 2014
Since clashes erupted in December 2013, the humanitarian situation in South Sudan has worsened dramatically, according to INTERSOS, one of the humanitarian organization still working in the country.
The number of people displaced by violence is constantly increasing:...
Jan 8 2014
Jan. 06 – Tacloban, Philippines.
January 6 was a day for children to celebrate their chance to get back to learning after the devastating super typhoon Yolanda (Hayian).The Back-to-Learning campaign task force composed by UNICEF, Save the Children and INTERSOS,...
The displaced will receive jerry cans, blankets, soap, clothingDec 23 2013
A week after the outbreak of armed clashes in South Sudan INTERSOS continues to distribute basic necessities as blankets, jerry cans, mosquito nets, mattresses and soap in collaboration with the International Organisation for Migration to bring relief to...
Dec 19 2013
The armed clashes started on December 15h in the Capital Juba, still ongoing in other towns, involve civilians and are deteriorating the already serious humanitarian needs and strained conditions of the population.
In the last 24 hours, armed men have looted the INTERSOS oper...
The ITCPM International Commentary- Somalia Issue- December 2013Dec 19 2013
The ITCPM International Commentary- Somalia Issue- December 2013 While being denied or granted only limited access in most of the country remains a reality, the UN integrated missions...
Coalition of 36 international aid agencies calls on global donors to respondDec 17 2013
International aid agencies working in six countries to help people affected by the Syrian crisis today calls on the international community to dig deep and be generous in responding to the UN’s new Syria and refugee appeals. The Regional Response Plan (RRP6) and S...
Dec 6 2013
The Shabelle River area looks like a green belt in a country that is otherwise very dry. We remember watching it flows peacefully following its meandering channel, when we travelled by air between Jowhar and Mogadishu last August. This green surface is pointed with villages and cities...
Nov 14 2013
OPEN DAYS IN THE CHILD AND FAMILY PROTECTIVE PLACES CELEBRATE THE BEGINNING OF THE ACTIVITIES FOR THE COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY THE SYRIAN CRISIS
Jordan, November 2013At the beginning of November, the Open Days took place in the Child and Family Protective Places (CFPs) run b...