"Famine is on the wind across the Horn of Africa and services designed to treat malnourished children are struggling to keep up with demand. The time for deliberations has passed. People are dying now."
"As we risk entering a protracted stage of the conflict and humanitarian needs continue to surge, we will continue to scale up and work side by side with the Ukrainian Government and its people."
A gender analysis suggests taking the following immediate actions for the most vulnerable groups: mitigate GBV and protection risks; ensure food security; and provide lifesaving essential services.
The Kigali Summit on Malaria and NTDs featured pledges totalling more than $4 billion, with endemic countries committing more than $2.2 billion in domestic resources towards ending these diseases.
Deep inequalities persist between and within countries, despite a steady decline in the proportion of schools without basic water, sanitation and hygiene services, according to UNICEF and WHO.
Comprising the Steering Group on Solutions to Internal Displacement, five agencies will step up their own engagement and embody the collaborative spirit called for in the Action Agenda.
According to a first assessment conducted by IOM, more than 3,200 mine workers, including 172 children, are stranded in the towns of Zouarké, Wour, Zouar, Kollou, Faya and Puits 80 in northern Chad.
32% of the population—181,000 people—face acute hunger, marking a massive reversal of hard-won gains in food security in recent years and forcing the government to declare a national emergency.
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