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IAS responds to the drought crisis in Ethiopia and Kenya

Water flows in drought stricken Tharaka, Kenya.

August 28, 2014 | Posted in Humanitarian intervention, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Press release | By

The Horn of Africa region is experiencing severe drought. Poor rainfall has exacerbated an already precarious situation leaving large populations extremely vulnerable. The peak is expected in September and October before, hopefully, some rains will come in late October. In

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Appointment of New CEO for IAS

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June 23, 2014 | Posted in Press release | By

In 2012, the Executive Board of International Aid Services (IAS) began the undertaking of a leadership search and transition plan for the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) within the organizational structure of IAS. In February of 2014, after having

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Breaking news: IAS hostages in Somalia released

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June 5, 2014 | Posted in Press release | By

The international relief- and development agency, International Aid Services (IAS), is overjoyed to announce that three of its staff members who were kidnapped in Somalia over 22 months ago have been released and are safe and well. On 11th July

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Don’t forget mother’s day: Rescue a woman out of alcohol production

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May 22, 2014 | Posted in Press release | By

On May 25th Sweden celebrate mother’s day and this year you can give a gift that last longer than flowers and chocolate! In Uganda many women are forced to produce alcohol to be able provide for their families. The production

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Two schools collected 65 000 SEK for IAS project in South Sudan

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May 21, 2014 | Posted in Business partnerships, Civil Society Development (CSD), Humanitarian intervention, Inclusive Education (IE), Thematic areas | By

Two schools, the Mosaik freeschool and Söderbaumska school, Falun Sweden, have together collected 65 000 SEK through the Swedish campaign Operation Dagsverke. For every SEK collected SIDA will tenfold, meaning almost 700 000 SEK will go directly to one of IAS project

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