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Humanitarian and development Aid

Lebanon. Assistance for Syrian refugees

Lebanon. Education Center in Bire

sudan południowy

South Sudan and Uganda. Nutrition and medical aid

palestyna

Palestine. Development of agricultural cooperatives

gruzja

Georgia. Disaster Risk Reduction and flood prevention.

Ukraine – renovation of schools and summer camp for children

Kenya and Ethiopia. Training and equipment support for Fire Brigades

Polish Emergency Medical Team (EMT) PCPM

Tajikistan

News

Record number of people facing critical lack of food in South Sudan

A record number of almost seven million people in South Sudan, more than 60 percent of its population, are facing severe hunger, according to a new report published by ReliefWeb. The situation is getting worse day by day. That's why Polish Center for International Aid works in Gordhim now.

Poland has sent therapeutic food to South Sudan

Polish Center for International Aid collected funds and bought therapeutic food for famine-ridden South Sudan. The sent food will help over 800 children. Transport has been dispatched from Kenya and will arrive in few weeks to Nutrition Center in Gordhim.

The firefighters from Meru are the best in Kenya [VIDEO]

- In order for a firefighter to be able to enter a room full of toxic gases, he needs a suitable oxygen apparatus. From our partner, PCPM, we have recently received a compressor, thanks to which we supplement our cylinders with oxygen. Our firefighters also participated in water rescue training conducted by PCPM experts. Tanzania firefighters were training with us - says Fire Commandant in Meru, Joseph Njoroge after receiving the main prize in firefighting competitions.

PCPM has built new clinics in the Bidi Bidi camp in Uganda [VIDEO]

We have sent 100 modular houses to Uganda. They are used as temporary clinics in one of the world's largest refugee camps, Bidi Bidi. In this way we have improved the quality of medical care provided in the camp. The project is financed by the Polish Aid program.

Kenyan firefighters are more and more proud

Kenyan firefighters extinguish fires, save newborns, take people out from the rubble of collapsed buildings, help victims of road accidents and are more and more often perceived as local heroes. PCPM for four years has been conducted the largest firefighter training program in Kenya. Now Polish instructors also conduct water rescue classes in case of floods, which are consequences of ongoing climate changes.

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