Provide timely and quality life-saving assistance to people in humanitarian crisis and emergency.
Enhance the scale and quality of humanitarian protection services and improve the broader protective environment through preventative measures.
Strengthen the resilience of vulnerable households and communities through livelihood support, programmes for critical gaps in basic social services and social protection that complement disaster risk reduction, recovery and development interventions.
KEY HUMANITARIAN NEEDS
Acute food and livelihood insecurity.
Global acute malnutrition levels are above the emergency threshold, particularly among internally displaced people.
Critical lack of health, water, sanitation and hygiene services are contributing to high levels of morbidity and mortality.
Lack of access to schools.
Lack of protection of civilians, particularly for over 1.1 million protractedly internally displaced people who continue to face violations and forced evictions, and are in need of durable solutions.
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
- To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit https://www.unocha.org/.