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An IRC staff member in Somalia measures Amina’s son’s arm to show that his condition is improving after receiving treatment for malnutrition through IRC’s combined protocol approach. Photo: Harrison Thane/IRC

Nearly 80% of malnourished children are still not receiving the treatment they need to recover. A simpler, community-centered system could reach millions more children.


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How the Airbel Impact Lab is focusing our efforts in a shifting landscape



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A doctor at a clinic run by the IRC in Idlib, northwest Syria. All doctors and health workers at the health facilities run by the IRC and our partners in northwest Syria must wear protective clothing as one of the measures taken to protect staff and patients from Covid-19. Photo: Abdullah Hammam/IRC

COVID-19 in northwest Syria


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Adolescents in a reintegration project in the Central African Republic

Strengthening protection and reintegration for children in the Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of the Congo


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Lay, 20, is looking at her newborn daughter, Di Lay, born a few hours earlier in the Tham Hin camp’s maternity ward in Thailand. The first-time mother is being treated for tuberculosis and is very weak. “I’m tired but very happy,” she smiles. Photo: Peter Biro.

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No matter how connected you are, everyone should have access to learning opportunities



Applying the gold standard of research to innovative programming in a refugee context

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Introduction


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With more children out of school than ever, autonomous learning has the potential to give children a sense of stability and continuity of learning.

The Airbel Impact Lab

The research and innovation arm of the International Rescue Committee

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