Rohingya refugees interviewed by Oxfam in Bangladesh say they refuse to go back to Myanmar until they can be guaranteed safety and equal rights.
A massive outpouring of support followed in the wake of the disaster, allowing Oxfam to help families recover and rebuild. “Positive things are happening here now,” says one survivor in Aceh.
Karey Kenst is a program associate working with Oxfam America's disaster risk reduction initiative. She recently returned from a trip to Cambodia. Here are some of her impressions.
It's called information overload, and if it's momentarily sinking me, whose job it is to pay attention to world crises, what must it be doing to donors and constituents and the public in general? Maybe that's where this blog can help.