DRC: Assessing the environmental impact of the increasing presence of refugees and its consequences on peaceful cohabitation around Inké camp

Since the outbreak of the crisis in the Central African Republic in 2012, more than 60,000 refugees have fled to the northern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).To accommodate part of these refugees, the Inké camp in Read more…

Italy: Assessing the experiences of unaccompanied children leaving the reception system

In 2016, the number of unaccompanied and separated children arriving in Italy has more than doubled. Over 15,000 children have been accommodated in the Italian reception system as of February 2017. However, an additional 5,252 unaccompanied and separated children have Read more…

Syria: Critical lack of adequate shelter and non-food items differs across geographical areas and population groups

As the Syrian conflict enters its seventh year, protracted displacement and the escalation of conflict across the country have dramatically reduced the availability of safe and adequate shelter. The aggravation of security conditions and the scarcity of livelihood opportunities, similarly, Read more…

OPT: Assessment of shelter response finds assistance largely successful, despite persistent needs

In July and August 2014, the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), especially the Gaza Strip, witnessed unprecedented conflict and destruction of housing. Over the past two years, donors and aid actors have made significant efforts to provide humanitarian shelter assistance to Read more…