Refugees as a Burden: Dispelling the Common Myth

Over 10 million people have been refugees for more than five years, and the average length of exile is almost 20 years. This means that refugees are not being reintegrated but are becoming trapped in a cycle that does not allow them to return to their native countries or make a home in a new one. A new study from Oxford University and the Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP) has analyzed existing approaches for assisting refugees. They came up with recommendations for a new way of thinking about refugees and their needs.

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How iDE and the Pressure Pump Empowers Female Farmer’s in Zambia

Who does it help? Women, in particular those whose survival depends on agriculture as a source of sustenance and livelihood. Zambia has been experiencing deficits in food production lately due to droughts that have been affecting small-scale farms that rely on the rains to water their fields. Due to increasing populations the pressure is on these farmers who make up …

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