Armed groups inflict reign of fear and terror - new UN report

The UN rights chief called both sides to take great care to prevent more civilian casualties and warned that damage to civilian infrastructure, could amount to violations of international humanitarian law


Widespread household food insecurity across Karamoja continues - new assessment

Reduced access to food as a result of lack of sufficient livelihood and income generating options and high food prices are the main causes of household food insecurity.


Reaching out to all victims amidst growing crisis in Gaza

Humanitarian workers themselves face acute security risks while attempting to restore people’s access to water, medical care and shelter.


Access remains greatest challenge in Iraq's growing IDP crisis

Humanitarian actors are increasingly concerned about up to 5 million people, who may be residing in active conflict areas and locations where basic goods and services are increasingly inaccessible or targeted.

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