Syria: Despite reduction in conflict, access to services remains highly limited in Deir-ez-Zor governorate

Since mid-2017, ongoing conflict has led to displacement from and within Deir-ez-Zor governorate, totalling an estimated 230,000 persons from July to mid-December. The recent de-escalation of conflict in parts of the governorate has allowed limited humanitarian access for the first Read more…

Ukraine: The challenge of accessing basic services in areas close to the contact line

After three years of conflict between Ukrainian forces and armed opposition groups in eastern Ukraine, almost 10,000 people have been killed, 22,231 wounded, and about one million displaced from their homes. Clashes on the contact line between Ukrainian forces and Read more…

Niger: Displaced populations in Diffa face major protection risks and lack of access to basic services

Since 2015, the Diffa region in south-east Niger has been continuously affected by Boko Haram attacks along the Kamadougou Yobe River and the shores of Lake Chad, triggering large scale displacement. As of May 2017, Diffa hosts over 127,000 internally Read more…