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As cases of Ebola fall, normality is beginning to return to Liberia. But as children return to schools and workers slowly get back to their jobs there are still some areas where the deadly epidemic is spreading. In these areas, quarantine is vital in preventing the spread of the disease. We spend a day with one of Concern’s quarantine teams working in Liberia’s last Ebola hotspots.
Ahead of International Women’s Day 2015 we discover four films that champion female empowerment from around the globe.
Massive flooding in Malawi has meant thousands are now homeless. We're supporting those affected with essential supplies.
This year’s International Women’s Day focusses on education and its role in promoting gender equality. With Ebola cases steadily declining and schools beginning to reopen in Liberia today, we reflect on the impact of emergency situations on education.
This International Women’s Day we are focussing on the power of education for girls around the globe. Faduma is one of a generation of young women whose lives can be transformed by a better quality of schooling. Here we look at some of the challenges facing girls just like her in Somalia today.
Mukankaka Seraphine and Ruilangwa Vianey have been married for almost 20 years. Their wedding was an attempt to start over after losing nearly all of their loved ones to genocide in Rwanda. This is the story of their remarkable relationship.
Concern Worldwide’s CEO Dominic MacSorley was in South Sudan recently. Despite the harsh conditions, he saw progress and transformation within the camps for people displaced by war.
Broadcaster, journalist and well-known author, Deirdre Purcell, tells the story of Aengus Finucane, a man synonymous with the life and times of Concern, Ireland’s largest aid agency.