Our mission is ‘to save lives, promote self-reliance and dignity through human transformation, going beyond relief and development’

Facelift of IAS logo and brand


March 5, 2018 | Posted in Press release | By

Today we are pleased to announce a facelift of the IAS logo and brand. We believe the changes are timely, appropriate and will enhance the communication of the IAS brand globally. Our current logo and brand has been in use

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USAID funding secured for response in Uganda

November 24, 2017 | Posted in Press release, Sanitation, Uganda, Water | By

Stichting ZOA Uganda, International Aid Services Uganda, and Malteser International Consortium secured USD 1.5 million as a gift of the United States Government under the Population Refugees and Migration (PRM) fund. This fund is for the implementation of a Water,

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ECHO funding for continued response in Niger


September 19, 2017 | Posted in Humanitarian intervention, Niger, Press release, Water | By

The Boko Haram crisis in the Lake Chad basin has impacted hard on the Diffa region in south east Niger. Before the first attacks on Niger soil in February 2015 the region was already host to over 100,000 refugees from

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September 1, 2017 | Posted in Inclusive Education, Inclusive Education (IE) | By

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August 19, 2017 | Posted in Press release | By

One Million! On this World Humanitarian Day we have a sad reflection as reports indicate that the number of South Sudanese refugees arriving in Uganda has now hit (and probably passed) 1 million. This is the sad reality of the

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July 10, 2017 | Posted in Humanitarian intervention, Somalia/Somaliland | By

REPORTER: Milward Mwamvani – International Aid Services Three weeks ago I returned from visiting the Sanaag Region of Somaliland/Somalia, following up on IAS’ various interventions. It was initially very encouraging to see the sprouting grass and fresh shoots from the desert

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I also need water.. close!


June 7, 2017 | Posted in Civil Society Development (CSD), Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Quality, Security, Uganda, Water | By

ANGOLO EAST VILLAGE – Ailang District – UGANDA Walking long distances to fetch water takes time and effort. The heavy responsibility usually falls upon women and girls which means that girls don’t have time to go to school. Walking long distances

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