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Principles to protect the rights of internally displaced people were outlined more than 20 years ago. It’s time to start following them.
Venezuela’s de facto opposition representative in Geneva tells IRIN about behind-the-scenes efforts to get assistance into the country.
Tens of thousands of refugees who escaped a wave of attacks now need assistance, but not everyone who flees across the border finds safety.
“Are we really going to shift the needle like this? Us being here – isn’t it hiding the real issues?”
A meeting on a boat, an agreement never signed: the fate of the Hodeidah deal and, by extension, of further peace talks, is still uncertain.
‘We have no option other than migrating’: Food insecurity and malnutrition are on the rise as farmers grapple with prolonged rain shortages.
The UN’s food relief agency says it can become more efficient and save costs by tying up with the controversial US defense contractor.
Help is still slow to reach many in border town Cúcuta, where 40,000 people are crossing every day.
Journalist Magnus Boding Hansen with the view from the run-down streets of the capital.
USAID’s watchdog clamps down on corruption and saves taxpayers millions, but critics say its rigid policies also deny aid to those in need.