Insecurity Insight is a team of experts who apply an innovative method for generating data on the impact of insecurity on people's lives and well-being.
This overview document presents available information on KIK incidents that affected aid agencies and their staff. This report is based on incidents identified by Insecurity Insight's monitoring of open sources and confidentially shared by Aid in Danger partner agencies using the Security in Numbers Database (SiND). It covers a total of 52 incidents in 19 countries in which 116 aid workers were affected between July and September 2017. The available open-source and confidentially shared information is an indication of the number of aid workers killed, injured or kidnapped.
This overview presents available information on the reported perpetrators of incidents where the use of explosive weapons affected the delivery of aid. It is based on 195 reported events that were identified by Insecurity Insight in open sources or confidentially provided by aid agencies to the Security in Numbers Database (SiND) during the first six months of 2017.
This document is part of the Aid in Danger project.
It is published by Insecurity Insight and funded by European Union Humanitarian Aid.
It presents analysis of 397 NGO security incidents for which details have been shared or made public.
It does not present a representative sample, but instead provides insight into the nature of these incidents.
Data collection is ongoing and data may change as more information is made available.
This overview document presents incidents reportedly affecting educational workers between January 2016 and June 2017. It includes 83 KIK incidents identified by Insecurity Insight's monitoring of open sources. The actual number of KIK incidents affecting educational workers is undoubtedly higher.
Insecurity Insight's monitoring of open sources identified 83 KIK2 incidents that affected 119 educational workers1 in 19 countries. A high number of incidents were reported in Pakistan (20%, 17 out of 83 incidents) and Afghanistan (14%, 12/83).