Libya: Multi-sector needs assessment sheds light on Libyan households’ needs and vulnerabilities

Since 2014, the intensification of the conflict in Libya has affected millions of people, both displaced and non-displaced. Libya’s complex political and community landscape created further divisions and security concerns as conflict erupted in different regions of the country, leading Read more…

Afghanistan: 80% of Informal Settlements households have limited access to food

Widespread and protracted conflict in Afghanistan is contributing to large-scale internal displacement, with over 350,000 newly displaced people in 2017. Many of them are joining already saturated Informal Settlements (ISETs) across the country. According to the 2018 Afghanistan Humanitarian Overview, Read more…

Nigeria: REACH study finds cash is the most appropriate food assistance modality in Konduga

Food insecurity is one of the greatest challenges North Nigerian populations have to face. As of October 2017, 30% of the population in Borno State faced critical food insecurity situations.[1] Eight years of conflict led to the displacement of farmers Read more…

Syria: Worrying situation in the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta, despite slight improvements

Since October 2017, the humanitarian situation in the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta has strongly deteriorated. Following a ban on the entry of commercial vehicles – the main source of food and hygiene items for residents – reports of infant Read more…