Ten African countries account for 88 percent (28 million) of all forcibly displaced people on the continent. Each of these top 10 are in conflict, says Africa Center for Strategic Studies.
The international medical humanitarian organization calls on the Security Council to renew the cross-border resolution for the provision of humanitarian aid by July 10.
"We are seeing alarming trends that show many refugees around the world are unable to pay for food or rent and are struggling to access health care and education," says IFRC's Jagan Chapagain.
This plan, which calls for $708 million, aims to provide life-saving emergency assistance, secure livelihoods through improving access to basic services, and ensure protection of the most vulnerable.
According to UNHCR’s latest annual Global Trends report released today, this is a further four per cent increase on top of the already record-high 79.5 million at the end of 2019.
More than eight million people in Liptako-Gourma, spanning Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, will benefit from WB project that focuses on combatting the vicious cycle of fragility that plagues this area.
For the next six months, WFP requires $4.5 billion. The consequences of inaction and funding shortfalls will be measured in lost lives and setbacks in progress towards long-term development goals.
Save the Children reveals that some of the world’s most persecuted children are denied safety, citizenship and education in Myanmar, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.
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