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Displaced by jihadist violence and living far from their land and aid hubs, a group of farmers are thriving thanks to their own initiative
Roads and bridges are being repaired in a dash to reach cyclone survivors.
As Colombian border towns struggle to meet the needs of Venezuelan migrants, new camps are being erected to house the most vulnerable for up to a month.
Years of failed efforts to solve one of the world's least known conflicts have left some young Sahrawi refugees believing that “war is the only solution.”
The government is focusing on anti-terrorism measures, but communities torn by worsening cycles of militant violence say little help comes their way.
Not long ago, the Tillabéri region beckoned tourists. Now, tens of thousands of people have fled and more are following.
Frustration is growing as displaced families question government rebuilding plans.
Huge medical advances for tackling Ebola have been made in the last few years, but the success of the response still boils down to trust.
Battling fake news and a fading spotlight, local journalists try to keep Sulawesi tsunami survivors in the headlines.
The humanitarian situation has worsened since the 2016 peace deal, with more than one in 10 Colombians now requiring assistance.