Three United Nations agencies are urging for scaled-up humanitarian assistance as nearly 7 million people in South Sudan face acute food insecurity at the height of this lean season.
Colombia hosts the highest number of refugees and migrants from Venezuela, with over 1.1 million. With rising numbers, the needs of the refugees and host communities continue to increase.
According to a recent report, the 2018 rainy season was worse than normal with parts of Somaliland receiving only 25 to 50 per cent of its average rainfall.
Even though the acute phase of the emergency is over, it is essential that additional resources are allocated to support the health system in the long term.