For the millions of children who have had to flee their homes within Syria and in neighbouring countries, displacement has put those with existing disabilities closer to risks like road traffic, rivers and unexploded remnants of war.
Over the last eight months, victims of the Syrian conflict have suffered greatly as violence countrywide re-escalated to new heights, according to the latest report by the UN-mandated Commission of Inquiry.
Warder District, Warder Zone, Somali Region, Ethiopia. As the new drought in Ethiopia Somali region, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017,destitute pastoralist are moving and setting down in temporary sites close to permanent water point. Only limited assistance of food for households and water and livestock feed is for now being given in the displacement site.
@ Mulugeta Ayene/OCHA
The money will support people affected by natural and manmade disasters and help humanitarian partners provide lifesaving assistance to those in need.
Historic levels of funding, large and sustained famine prevention efforts and easing drought helped ease famine risk. But progress could easily be reversed and nearly 500,000 people might face a catastrophe.