Afghanistan: Severe food insecurity affects vulnerable groups in informal settlements in Kabul and Nangarhar

Food insecurity is rife across Afghanistan, with an estimated 1.6 million people anticipated to suffer from a severe lack of food in 2017. Conflict perpetuates limited food availability country-wide, whilst unemployment and overcrowding affect food access. Contributing to this hardship Read more…

South Sudan: Enhancing Peaceful Co-existence and Resilience in Maban County

The ongoing displacement caused by internal Sudanese and South Sudanese conflicts has intensified population pressure on pre-existing limited resources in Maban County, Upper Nile State. The county is home to over 130,000 Sudanese refugees and 13,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Read more…

Syria: Among truces and protracted conflict, restrictions to humanitarian access continue to negatively affect people in need

The Syrian conflict, now in its sixth year, continues to plague civilian populations, causing acute shortages of food and basic services, amid protracted and widespread violence.  The situation is particularly critical in besieged and hard-to-reach areas, where restrictions on movement Read more…