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Escape From Kobani: 5 Portraits From The Syrian Border

October 24th, 2014

Few kilometres from the besieged Syrian town Kobani, thousands of Syrians are now seeking refuge in the Turkish town, Suruc. Turkish towns have seen its population double with the influx of refugees over the last few weeks. They have made storehouses and unfinished buildings as their makeshift homes while their homes remain visible from the border as they recall the memories of happier times and the family members that they left behind. 

Originally posted from Escape From Kobani: 5 Portraits From The Syrian Border

Escape From Kobani: 5 Portraits From The Syrian Border

October 24th, 2014

Few kilometres from the besieged Syrian town Kobani, thousands of Syrians are now seeking refuge in the Turkish town, Suruc. Turkish towns have seen its population double with the influx of refugees over the last few weeks. They have made storehouses and unfinished buildings as their makeshift homes while their homes remain visible from the border as they recall the memories of happier times and the family members that they left behind. 

Originally posted from Escape From Kobani: 5 Portraits From The Syrian Border

Niger: Strengthening School Feeding in West Africa

October 21st, 2014

At a side summit on school feeding during the World Forum for Children and Nutrition, Ministers of Education pledged to advocate that at least 1 percent of their state budgets be allocated to the school lunch program, and they put in place specific legislation to distribute resources between the central government and local authorities for school feeding.

Originally posted from Niger: Strengthening School Feeding in West Africa