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As data and digital tools become standard in humanitarian work, so do concerns over power, access and limiting risks
Foreign aid groups must now take the back seat in Indonesia disaster response. International responders are scrambling to adjust, as the humanitarian sector rethinks how it operates
The World Bank has big plans to defeat famine. Not everyone’s convinced.
How Nigeria’s attempts to weed out Boko Haram are backfiring
Severe drought has uprooted a quarter million Afghans this year. Could the aid sector and government have done more to prevent mass displacement?
Global warming is more than a buzzword for six million people in the Sahel, who face food shortages and may be at risk of losing the herds that sustain their way of life
Indonesia’s government is requesting water treatment equipment from international aid groups as poor sanitation and lack of clean water raise the risk of infectious diseases
Rights groups say the shadowy practice violates international law and that the fate of those who are thwarted is largely unknown.
As Cameroon votes, fighting is escalating in the anglophone regions and those displaced bear the brunt of a worsening humanitarian situation
“If the water finishes, we will leave”: Drought is forcing hundreds of thousands of Afghans from their homes
Barren fields, rising debt, and desperate measures: What daily life looks like in the drought-stricken provinces of Herat and Badghis