UNICEF urgently needs more than US$235 million to continue its life-saving work in Yemen till mid-2022. Otherwise, it will be forced to scale down or stop its vital assistance for vulnerable children.
As the worst flooding in decades impacts over 700,000 people across South Sudan, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is alarmed at the critical needs facing the most vulnerable.
Unabating attacks by illegal armed groups in CAR are exacerbating the already fragile security situation and undermining valuable progress made in establishing institutional stability.
For the first time since February 2021, UNICEF gained access to Mindat, which has been affected by continuing armed clashes and Myanmar's third wave of COVID-19.
Restarting polio vaccination now is crucial for preventing any significant resurgence of polio within the country and mitigating the risk of cross-border and international transmission.
Hand hygiene cannot be viewed as a temporary provision to manage COVID-19. Further long-term investment in water, sanitation, and hygiene can help prevent the next health crisis from coming.
If at least US$ 55 million is not received in a matter of weeks, WFP will have no choice but to cut food rations and reduce the number of people it serves as early as November.
Families of missing migrants have little visibility and often lack access to adequate services. IOM documents community-wide, multi-generational trauma of unresolved disappearances in four countries.
This month, ReliefWeb officially turns 25 - of course, the lead-up to the launch of a data-driven website in 1996 was way more complicated, but also much easier in many respects, than a similar venture in today’s tech world. But once the idea had percolated, and seed funding had been secured, it was achieved in a mere nine months.
The motivation behind ReliefWeb’s inception was the huge numbers of...