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In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, launches recovery project in Zimbabwe to rebuild communities and foster long-term resilience. 

Empowered women lead school restoration amidst , offering hope and opportunities for a brighter future.

has partnered with the to support Ukraine rebuild essential logistics infrastructure.

s PACAD project aids Central African Republic, addressing conflict displacement, improving infrastructure, and providing assistance to vulnerable communities, promoting stability.

is working to revitalize Kharkiv's Saltivka District, a residential micro-district heavily impacted by in February 2022, which left some buildings destroyed.

Amidst the myriad of global crises exacerbating the gaps between critical targets and reality, collaborative initiatives in the Lao Peoples Democratic Republic have empowered local communities, underscoring the transformative potential of public and private partnerships.

As we face growing interconnected crises, we need practical solutions to tackle climate change and build a greener future for all.

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions caused by building materials and construction is vital in the fight for global climate action.

Young people in Myanmar face challenges in accessing sexual and reproductive health and rights services (SRHR), worsened by the political crisis. The struggle is even harder for people with disabilities due to social misconceptions and stigma, social exclusion and a lack of awareness and understanding regarding these groups of people. The Access to Health Fund is supporting the Myanmar Medical Association in narrowing the SRHR knowledge gap for individuals with disabilities. This initiative brings in organizations that include and work with people who have disabilities creating a safe space for people to express their unique needs and concerns.

is partnering with the to improve energy access and reduce reliance on fossil fuels at five hospitals across Haiti.

is increasing access to educational and training opportunities, income-generating activities, gender-sensitive health services and safe drinking water for women living in rural areas across Africa.

Waterborne diseases, such as cholera are endemic in Cameroon, where outbreaks have been reported every year for the past six years. Between 2022 and 2023, almost 1,900 cases of cholera were confirmed, and hundreds of deaths were recorded. In the rural municipality of Koutaba, located in western Cameroon, most people rely on extracting clean water from deep underground. Unfortunately, the deteriorated infrastructure, or lack thereof, has made it challenging to access clean water. With funding from the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), is working with the government of Cameroon and local communities to provide clean drinking water to more than 120 villages, distributed across three different regions of the country.

In its natural state, tropical peat occurs in flooded swamps and is one of natures most effective ways of removing carbon from the atmosphere, helping to mitigate global warming. When peat catches fires, it releases up to ten times more carbon than forest fires. Indonesia is home to 40 per cent of the worlds tropical peatlands, and they hold up to 57 billion metric tonnes of carbon. It is indisputable that the protection and restoration of the Indonesian peatlands is vital for the planet. As part of this, and partners are supporting communities that are at the forefront of peatland restoration and conservation by strengthening cooperation between villages.

Facing historical discrimination, indigenous groups around the world lack access to social services and economic and political opportunities. The indigenous people of the Philippines are no different. Battling high levels of pervasive illiteracy and unemployment, even accessing a birth certificate is a challenge. Without a birth certificate, children are unable to access public education nor are they able to access government social welfare programs, intended to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty in the Philippines. With in focus, in partnership with the EU are ensuring no one is left behind by providing access to legal services in the communities.   

Villages across rural Cameroon are getting better access to safe drinking water. With funding from KOICA, is working in partnership with the government and communities to build and rehabilitate water infrastructure.