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Guatemala: Data collection for prevention of food crisis

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In Guatemala during the summer months of 2014, the lack of rain led hundreds of thousands of small scale farmers to lose their crop. A state of emergency was declared by the government with over 276,000 families requiring food support as a result of the drought. This problem exasperates a plague of coffee rust that hit the country some six months previously leading to a food security and nutrition emergency, affecting specially to rural and indigenous communities.


NEPAL: Emergency medical data collection system

mdmFollowing weeks of first emergency operations in Nepal, TSF has now phased its actions into the post-emergency chapter of its operations.


Emergency deployment to Nepal

nepalhomeFollowing the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal, TSF deployed a team from its International Headquarters and from its Regional Office for Asia and Pacific (ROAP) on Sunday 26th of April.


End of mission in Chile


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Heavy storms have caused severe flooding in the North of Chile, affecting thousands of people in this usually arid region.  TSF received a request to work alongside UNDAC, and a team was deployed immediately from its Latin America & Caribbean base.


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