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Mozambique’s farmers in cyclone-hit areas look to fast-growing seeds and assistance to recover crops lost in the storm.
Nine months on, a UN watchdog finds survivors thrust into poverty and living in a 'climate of fear'.
Cut off from much of the country, residents in Chimanimani have become first responders, offering food, shelter, and transport to others.
How the Fragile States Index informs humanitarian work, from pointing to concerns over Cameroon to flagging (overlooked) warnings on Brexit.
It’s time to start looking beyond immediate needs and focus on longer-range collaboration and impact.
Asel left Sirte when she was 12. Returning six years later, she finds a hometown wracked by conflict and life under so-called Islamic State.
Lessons from floods in 2015 helped Malawi residents and aid groups act quickly to prepare for Cyclone Idai.
The response in Rwanda was widely criticised, and specific reforms recommended. Yet, from Myanmar to Syria, does it look like 'never again'?
A younger generation with little to no direct experience of the violence has not escaped the trauma.
The state health system is itself a casualty of decades-long conflict, leaving aid groups to fill gaps in care.