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10 YEARS ON FROM THE EARTHQUAKE AND HAITI IS “STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE”

YEMEN: HODEIDAH STILL THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE FOR CIVILIANS

Press releases   •   Dec 12, 2019 13:35 GMT

A quarter of all civilian casualties across Yemen in 2019 were recorded in Hodeidah governorate. Despite a ceasefire in the port city being at the heart of last year’s Stockholm Agreement, there have been 799 deaths in Hodeidah since the Agreement was signed, the highest toll nationwide.

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER'S LIFESAVING ACTIVITIES TO RESUME IN NIGERIA
Action Against Hunger calls on the U.N. to implement Resolution 2417 and help break the deadly link between conflict and hunger

Action Against Hunger calls on the U.N. to implement Resolution 2417 and help break the deadly link between conflict and hunger

Press releases   •   May 31, 2019 09:27 BST

The eight most serious hunger crises in the world are in conflict-affected countries.

ALMOST 11 MILLION PEOPLE TO FACE HUNGER CRISIS IN THE SAHEL IN 2019

ALMOST 11 MILLION PEOPLE TO FACE HUNGER CRISIS IN THE SAHEL IN 2019

Press releases   •   May 03, 2019 07:00 BST

• Although the Autumn rains were better than those of former years, a lack of resilience to poor previous harvests, coupled with violence in the border areas of Niger-Mali-Burkina Faso, Lake Chad and Mauritania- Senegal, will exacerbate the 2019 hunger season. • One in five people needing humanitarian assistance globally live in the Sahel, yet this area receives only 12% of the world's aid.

​VIOLENCE DISPLACES MORE THAN 87,000 IN MALI IN JUST THREE MONTHS

​VIOLENCE DISPLACES MORE THAN 87,000 IN MALI IN JUST THREE MONTHS

Press releases   •   Apr 09, 2019 11:56 BST

Humanitarian agencies in northern and central Mali are ringing the alarm bell about their ability to respond to such a rapidly growing humanitarian crisis.

SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ACCESS NEGLECTED BY INTERNATIONAL FUNDING DURING HUMANITARIAN CRISES
CLOSE TO 12 MILLION SYRIANS IN NEED OF HUMANITARIAN AID FOLLOWING EIGHT YEARS OF CONFLICT