“It will take more than grain ships out of Ukraine to stop world hunger, but with Ukrainian grain back on global markets we have a chance to stop this global food crisis from spiralling even further.”
We have a collective responsibility to ensure that urgent action is taken to prevent the deaths of hundreds of thousands of children. We cannot wait for famine to be declared before acting.
Irregular migration has increased by 85% in Panama, 689% in Honduras, and 108% in Mexico. If this trend continues in the coming months, about 500,000 people will require humanitarian assistance.
Women and girls, particularly survivors of sexual violence and an estimated 85,000 pregnant women - 30,000 of whom are due to give birth soon - are in danger from lack of access to healthcare.
UN human rights expert welcomed steps to restore constitutional order and return to civilian rule in Mali while also noting an uptick in the frequency of attacks committed by violent extremist groups.
Ahead of World Humanitarian Day, the global aid community launches the #ItTakesAVillage campaign to pay tribute to those who dedicate their lives to helping others.
WFP will run out of food by October, leaving vulnerable families who are dependent on food aid at risk of undernutrition, micronutrient deficiency, susceptibility to diseases and protection risks.
With limited access to essential healthcare services for submerged areas, consequences of unsafe water, sanitation, and hygiene are bound to cause several diseases.
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