West and Central Africa

Understanding the context

West and Central Africa face some of the world’s most complex challenges.  Acute and prolonged crises are deteriorating, and needs are growing. Millions of people are being driven to the edge of survival due to a confluence of factors, including conflict and violence, extreme poverty, weak governance, chronically high food insecurity and malnutrition, and the impact of climate change.

In conflict-affected regions, civilians are facing a dramatic protection crisis in an increasingly volatile context. The most vulnerable people experience multiple devastating consequences, driving persistent and fast-escalating needs. More than 1 in 10 people living in West and Central Africa (over 61 million people) will require assistance and protection in 2022.

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West and Central Africa Impact Stories

HPass Support Services: Q&A With Dr Kennedy Waningu, International College Of Peace Studies

HPass Support Services: Q&A with Dr Kennedy Waningu, International College of Peace Studies

The International College of Peace Studies (ICPS) was set up in 2019 to provide training programs in Disaster Management, Humanitarian Diplomacy, Peace building and Conflict Resolution. The ICPS is registered in the Republic of Kenya, as an independent education institution that provides practical professional training, by the State Department of Education.
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Learning With Kaya: Meet Ignatius

Learning with Kaya: Meet Ignatius

Ignatius is from Nigeria. He has over 6 years of experience in community development where he works with students and vulnerable people.
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Learning With Kaya: Meet Prince

Learning with Kaya: Meet Prince

Prince works as a farm strategist and agricultural program coordinator for a company in Nigeria. He is also a community based volunteer and has been using Kaya for two years to boost his humanitarian skills.
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