Threats and attacks against students, teachers and schools – on education itself – are casting a forebidding shadow upon children, their families, their communities and society at large.
Increasing collaboration to break cycles of vulnerability and better protect children in armed conflict
A new report presents progress and issues of concern for conflict affected children between August 2018 and July 2019, as well as recommendations to the General Assembly.
According to NRC's assessments, more than 6,800 people living in camps in Maiduguri have been hit by floods in recent weeks. In Dikwa, 500 people have been rendered homeless.
As they scale up their capacity and presence in the South American country, some 63 operational partners, including UN agencies and NGOs, are reporting a limited amount of available resources.