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In hazard-prone Pacific Island nations, women do much of the work to guard against disasters but still have to fight to be heard.
Despite wildfires, 2018 was a quiet year for natural disasters – but don’t relax, warns Debarati Guha-Sapir.
What would it take to prevent or shorten humanitarian crises? Peter Maurer of the ICRC and Tara Nathan of Mastercard have some ideas.
Recounting why they made the journey north, Hondurans speak of a country failing them, of a faltering economy and unchecked drug violence.
Thousands of people are pouring out of the militant group’s last enclave.
New US immigration rules, threats of camp closure, and more extremist violence are adding to the uncertainty in this sprawling refugee city.
Our Middle East editor's interview with Mohammed al-Jaber.
In an interview, the ambassador to Yemen also discusses reconstruction plans and concerns extremist groups could gain ground if the war fragments.
The UN’s humanitarian coordinator for Central African Republic says increasing violence may push the strife-ridden country closer to famine.
With inadequate public funding for mental healthcare, aid groups try to step in.