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A month after Typhoon Haiyan, three leading development NGOs are calling for the debt of the Philippines to be cancelled.
Guarani Indian leader and film-star Ambrósio Vilhalva has been murdered, after decades of campaigning for his tribe’s right to live on their ancestral land.
The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights has called for the forced relocation of tribal people in Ethiopia to be halted, and has raised concerns over Botswana’s Bushmen.
A leaked map shows large parts of Botswana’s Central Kalahari Game Reserve – home to the Bushmen – have been opened up to international companies for fracking.
Child-friendly spaces are being set up in Northern Cebu to give children a place to play, learn, and recover from trauma after the horrific Philippines typhoon.
A new photo gallery from Survival International highlights appallingly high levels of suicide and social breakdown amongst tribal children whose lands have been taken.
Christian Aid is inviting those concerned for victims of Typhoon Haiyan to fast today, in solidarity with the leader of the Philippines delegation to UN climate talks.
With funding from the European Union, Christian Aid is launching a £1.2 million maternal and child health project in Narok County, south-western Kenya.
The Philippines government may have been slow in its response to typhoon Haiyan, but it has been extraordinarily quick in trying to put the blame on others.
News that the M23 rebel group will become a political movement is no ‘quick fix’ solution for DRC, says Christian Aid.