With aid options dwindling, and a lapse in media coverage, War Child Country Director, Lukas van Trier urges the international community “not to forget” the plight of families across Syria, where an increase in violence is placing children in acute danger
The Black Sea Grain Initiative has made it possible for almost 240 vessels to leave Ukrainian ports, with some 5.4 million metric tons of grain and other foodstuffs, since 1 August 2022.
The World Health Organization is supporting three states in northeast Nigeria – Borno, Adamawa and Yobe, to strengthen their health workforce to respond to the humanitarian crisis affecting the region.
After more than seven years of conflict, 23.4 million people in Yemen are dependent on humanitarian assistance.
More than half (54%) of flood-hit families in Pakistan are sleeping outside in tents or makeshift shelters – often no more than flimsy plastic sheets – while one in six (16%) have no shelter at all.
UNICEF stands ready to support the government in its response efforts and has supported prepositioning humanitarian supplies to contribute to the response in the areas likely to be affected.
More than 11,000 Congolese refugees are registered to go back to DRC by the end of 2022 following the declaration of improved security in some areas of Haut-Katanga province.
Aid workers started deliveries of life-saving items just a few days after the Government of Ukraine announced it had regained control of the oblast in mid-September.
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