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In the world’s newest country, hope has long been replaced with despair

The flush of optimism that arose in the wake of independence for South Sudan a decade ago faded, then evaporated, along with the flood of foreign interest (and aid) that came in those early and optimistic…

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News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
11 Dec 2021

Angola

Lucusse in Angola celebrates landmine free status

Almost two decades after the fighting stopped and 16 years after the clearance work started, a town at the heart of decades of conflict in Angola is finally free of landmines. Situated in Moxico, Angola's largest province,…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
03 Sep 2021

South Sudan

On South Sudan’s 10th Anniversary, NGOs Call for Sustained Assistance and Safe Access for Aid Workers

As South Sudan marks its 10th anniversary, the world's youngest nation faces severe challenges of food insecurity, violent conflict, and long-term humanitarian and development needs. As organizations working to support the people of South Sudan we…

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News and Press Release
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CAFOD, Trócaire, Islamic Relief, Saferworld, Christian Aid, Mercy Corps, MAG, Oxfam, Save the Children, Rights for Peace
Posted:
09 Jul 2021

South Sudan

NGOs ask the UK government not to cut aid to South Sudan as threat of famine looms

Severe humanitarian needs across South Sudan have significantly worsened. The sustained support of the international community is critical. As organisations working to support the people of South Sudan coming out of a painful civil war, we…

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News and Press Release
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Concern, CAFOD, HNI, HELP, CRS, AVSI, Food for the Hungry, ADRA, GOAL, Carter Center, DCA, ACTED, War Child, Trócaire, Medair, Islamic Relief, MAF, NCA, NRC, INTERSOS, Samaritan's Purse, Tearfund, CARE, MENTOR, Int'l Aid Services, NP, Saferworld, Christian Aid, Mercy Corps, Action Contre la Faim, World Relief, LWR, MAG, Solidarités International, Oxfam, IRC, NPA, Save the Children, Plan International, World Vision, Diakonie, SCIAF, Dorcas, AAH - I, JAM, REACH, BBC Media Action, Amref, Alight
Posted:
11 Mar 2021

South Sudan

Healing the scars of conflict in South Sudan

The world's newest country, South Sudan, will celebrate its 10th anniversary of independence in 2021. The country grew from decades of conflict — and MAG has been working in, what is now, South Sudan to help heal…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
20 Jan 2021

Angola

Angola: the case for landmine free optimism

Jeanette Dijkstra, MAG Country Director in Angola Forty years of conflict from 1961 to 2002 left Angola strewn with an estimated one million landmines and many more unexploded bombs. But thanks to a concerted and collaborative effort, progress…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
20 Nov 2020

Angola + 1 more

Landmark US funding brings Angola closer to a landmine-free future

MAG is delighted to welcome a new $6.1 million commitment from the US government to support our work saving lives and clearing landmines in Angola. The funding will help 45,000 people in the province of Moxico in…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
20 Oct 2020

South Sudan

#UKAidWorks: Preventing death at the doorstep in South Sudan

In the world's newest country, South Sudan, the scars of decades of conflict are still raw. In the small village of Amika, Betty Kasara lives with the scars more than most. A biological mother to three children, Betty…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
06 Jul 2020

Angola

A clear path to a landmine-free Angola?

Just two months ago in Angola, Prince Harry retraced his late mother’s footsteps, 22 years after the world’s cameras famously captured her walking along a cleared track through a live minefield. That minefield is no longer a…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
MAG
Posted:
18 Dec 2019

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