UN relief funds allocate US$34.6 million to assist 2.2 million people severely affected by ongoing drought in Afghanistan
The funds will allow NGOs and UN agencies to implement a multi-sectoral response bolstering efforts to promote food security, health, shelter, drinking water, sanitation and agriculture.
New WFP research shows food is ever less affordable in countries in conflict or subject to political instability. Affordability is disproportionate in relation to income across Africa and in parts of Asia.
220 temporary UNICEF classroom tents plus 200 school-in-a-box kits are arriving in Sulawesi to help restore a sense of normalcy as schools become therapeutic spaces for children.
Save the Children reveals that European states returning thousands of children and adults to Afghanistan are failing to provide appropriate reintegration support