A few weeks ago we wrote about our startup in Niger, one of the world’s poorest countries. We are pleased to announce that the first waterwell is now drilled and another four will be drilled before the end of 2014.
The peak season for malaria this year has been unusually long in South Sudan, says IAS staff in Nyinbuli who are concerned that the incidence rate has been increasing year after year. – Children under five and pregnant women are
IAS is now expanding its work to Niger, one of worlds poorest countries. Niger is a country of great humanitarian needs; for example 49.12% of the poulation lack safe drinking water. This country of 17 million ranks 187/187 on the
More than 13 million people so far have been affected by the drought in the Horn of Africa. IAS is on ground distributing water, food and other necessities to 30,000 people in Ethiopia and Kenya. Thanks to this, many lives