South Sudan: My daily life as a relief worker
Our colleague Deborah shares a behind-the-scenes look at her daily life as a relief worker in South Sudan.
One Thousand Homes in Nepal
On 25 April 2015, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, resulting in tragedy: 9,000 people were killed, with hundreds of thousands more losin…
A Mother’s Strength
As I walked into the house of Um Ahmed, her warm smile struck me.
Um Ahmed is a mother of six who fled the violence in Syria six years…
Removing barriers to health care
Earlier this year, I met a widow—Susa Mabruki—who brought her two-year-old son Gerisha, suffering from malaria, to a health centre supported by Me…
Faith In A Time of Ebola
Fencing in Ebola
CEO BLOG: Humanitarian aid – Does it really work?
In 2017, humanitarian organisations reached more people in need than ever before and countless lives have been saved.
World Breastfeeding Week: Giving children a solid foundation for life
Astrid, Medair Nutrition Manager, shares her thoughts on the importance of breastfeeding.
This is the first week of August — World Breastfeed…
Jordan: “Oh, how much I miss home”
Athab and Mhanna have lived in a two-room apartment in Zarqa, Jordan since 2012.