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New violence is hindering the humanitarian response for thousands of displaced people who have little access to food, shelter, or medicine.
So far ATCA has only impacted NGOs in the West Bank and Gaza. Experts say it could have a much wider reach.
A listing of available information on the more than 35 UN, African Union, and relief workers killed in the airline disaster.
Needs are rising, but threats and poor communication between the many actors are hindering the ability of aid groups to provide assistance.
Hundreds were killed over two December days in attacks that have left tens of thousands of people in a remote region with little assistance.
Assistance for migrants and refugees living with HIV/AIDS in much of the world is coming from a perhaps unlikely source: faith-based groups.
Ceasefires, French airstrikes, and demobilisation attempts are all failing to stem what the UN has described as ‘continuous displacement’.
Scientists say climate change was behind floods that wracked the northeast in 2017. Two years later, rice farmers are abandoning their land.
To prevent a new cycle of conflict and displacement, the international community must step in to help fund and support reintegration.
Sanctions, economic warfare, or government corruption: what is really causing the shortages?