The final report of the Joint Rapid Needs Assessment finds 10.5 million people with limited access to essential goods and services, leaving them at notably elevated risk of harm.
Fighting with heavy weapons between the Congolese army and the rebel group M23 resumed yesterday and forced MSF to suspend activities in two camps.
Faryab is currently the most conflict-affected province in the Northern region. While needs are on the rise, funding has declined and the presence of international humanitarian staff is lower than in previous years.
Over one million people in Somalia are currently food insecure. IRIN asks experts and analysts whether the conditions that led to the famine are still in place, and whether another famine could occur.