More than eight million people in Liptako-Gourma, spanning Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, will benefit from WB project that focuses on combatting the vicious cycle of fragility that plagues this area.
Increased funding from donors is urgently needed in order for UNICEF to reach every child across the region with critical health, nutrition, water, sanitation, education, and protection services.
Drastic reduction in rainfall has caused levels of food and water scarcity across 25 provinces in Afghanistan not seen since the drought of 2018 that displaced a quarter of a million people.
For the next six months, WFP requires $4.5 billion. The consequences of inaction and funding shortfalls will be measured in lost lives and setbacks in progress towards long-term development goals.
These funds will provide essentials such as clean water, shelter and food for people who need it most in 12 countries in Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.
COVID-19 continues to devastate the region, and the future of millions of refugees and migrants and their hosts is at stake. Solidarity and commitment are needed more than ever, said Eduardo Stein.
Preparations for the vaccination campaign for the more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees living in the camps are ongoing, but a launch date has yet to be confirmed.
Africa accounts for less than 1% of the 2.1 billion doses administered globally; so far, 2% of the continent’s 1.3 billion people have received one dose and only 9.4 million are fully vaccinated.
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