Thousands of Yazidi families are faced with an impossible choice.
They can either remain in camps where basic services are drying up or return to homes that are no longer safe.
Their crumbling houses are riddled with leftover mines, mortars and booby traps and the remains of those killed during the massacre.
Don't forget about Yazidi children.
350,000 Yazidis were forced to flee their homes by ISIS in 2014. Many men and boys were killed and women and girls were forced into sexual slavery.
"I WANT TO SEE PEOPLE ABLE TO LIVE THEIR LIVES IN PEACE". - CREPIN, PROGRAMME MANAGER, CAR
A worsening humanitarian situation in CAR.
The desperate situation in Central African Republic has worsened amid a spike in fighting that threatens to hit almost every part of the country.
Deadly clashes between armed groups have forced 700,000 people to leave everything behind to escape the brutality.
Monsieur le Président,
Paris, 4 June 2018.
Subject: Paris Humanitarian Conference on Yemen
Dear President Macron,
We welcome French efforts to address the ongoing armed conflict and humanitarian crisis in Yemen, and your announcement during Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to Paris on 10 April that France would host an international humanitarian conference on Yemen in Paris in June.
*This news release has been updated to reflect two additional signatories, bringing the final number to 47.
This is a technical advisory role that will lead on Education-in-Emergencies to provide critical global support to the Programme Department and country teams in the development of funding proposals, programme design, capacity-building, knowledge management and research. The role sits within our Programme Quality team working with multi-sector specialists who train, support and advise staff and partners. The position is based in London with 30-40% travel.