The $17m project aims to restore grain storage capacity and functionality of supply chains from harvest to export, as well as maintain productive capacity of Ukrainian farmers to enable future output.
Families facing the worst global hunger crisis in decades are resorting to desperate means to survive, drinking from cattle troughs, eating putrid meat, and fighting off wild animals for food.
Amnesty International's new report details how IDPs living in dire conditions in camps are extremely vulnerable and entirely dependent on international aid for survival.
Nearly 30,000 children fled a new wave of violence in Cabo Delgado province in June, the highest number of children uprooted in a single month in the past year, Save the Children said.
MSF has been witnessing an unprecedented influx of malnourished children to our nutrition centre in Maiduguri, Nigeria, suggesting an alarming nutritional crisis in Borno State.
There are more than two million people displaced in South Sudan and absence of funding means that those in camps risk being left in critical need of water, sanitation and hygiene, and health services.
Thousands of possible incidents of air, water and land pollution and the degradation of ecosystems, including risks to neighbouring countries, have already been identified, says environment agency.
Between 2005 and 2020, the UN verified more than 266,000 grave violations against children committed by parties in 30 conflict situations across Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.
This month, OCHA launches an upgraded version of the HumanitarianResponse.info (HR.info) platform, branded as ReliefWeb Response (RW Response), within ReliefWeb Labs. Labs projects explore new and emerging opportunities to improve information delivery to humanitarians.
RW Response will focus on aggregating operational content from existing platforms and will provide an authoritative source of...