Ukraine: Trend analysis finds protracted humanitarian needs near the area of active conflict

After more than three years of regular conflict between Ukrainian armed forces and separatist groups in eastern Ukraine, an estimated 4.4 million people remain in need of humanitarian assistance and 10,000 have died because of conflict. The location of the 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…

South Sudan: Understanding displacement patterns in Wadakona, Tonj, Twic and Raja counties

Since 2016, widespread fighting has displaced nearly 2 million civilians and disrupted livelihoods across South Sudan. The Integrated Phase Food Security Classification September update estimates that 6 million South Sudanese are in need of humanitarian assistance, predominantly caused by recurring clashes between armed groups and worsening intercommunal conflicts. Read more…

South Sudan: Food insecurity persists despite humanitarian assistance, raising concerns for the 2018 lean season

The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) for September 2017 estimates that 6 million South Sudanese (56% of the total population) are food insecure with 40,000 facing a humanitarian catastrophe. A severe deterioration of the food security situation was identified Read more…