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AllAfrica.com
Landslide Disaster Leaves 34 Deadhousehold needs. Since January, rain has been persistent throughout the countr
Landslide Disaster Leaves 34 Dead
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
household needs. Since January, rain has been persistent throughout the country, causing deaths and destroying infrastructure. But this is the most deadly incident since then, according to the Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugees A... Read more
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Balita
Death toll from heavy rains, landslides rises to 49 in Rwandaand three in Ngororero, according to a government statement released Monday. T
Death toll from heavy rains, landslides rises to 49 in Rwanda
Balita / Posted 18 days ago
and three in Ngororero, according to a government statement released Monday. The ministry of disaster management and refugees affairs also said 26 people have been admitted in different health facilities in the affected districts while over... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rain Kills Scores Across the Countryhousehold needs. Since January, rain has been persistent throughout the countr
Rain Kills Scores Across the Country
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
household needs. Since January, rain has been persistent throughout the country, causing deaths and destroying infrastructure. But this is the most deadly incident since then, according to the Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugees Af... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
MIDIMAR Seeks More Funds to Receive Returneesfrom UNHCR computers, we will have to receive them here. That's one of the reas
MIDIMAR Seeks More Funds to Receive Returnees
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
from UNHCR computers, we will have to receive them here. That's one of the reasons MIDIMAR has to increase its budget for refugees affairs," said MP Constance Mukayuhi Rwaka, the committee chairperson. The External Relations Officer for UNHCR in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
35,000 Sudanese Refugees in Chad in Dire NeedGoz Amer Camp — The Sudanese refugees in Goz Amer camp in eastern Chad complain
35,000 Sudanese Refugees in Chad in Dire Need
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
Goz Amer Camp — The Sudanese refugees in Goz Amer camp in eastern Chad complain of a severe shortage of humanitarian aid, health services, and food. Speaking to Radio Dabanga on Tuesday, a number of refugees from the camp said that the health... Read more

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