International laws meant to shield hospitals and health workers from belligerents are rarely, if ever, enforced.
Report by SHCC catalogues more than 180 incidents of attacks on hospitals with 320 health workers wounded in 49 conflict zones
Governments, UN Should Do More to End Abuses, Ensure Protection, Provide Assistance
People in Afghanistan are today facing a food insecurity and malnutrition crisis of “unparalleled proportions”, the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator said on Tuesday.
Experts are warning about the impact the Russian invasion of Ukraine will have on global food security.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, foreign students attempting to leave the country say they are experiencing racist treatment by Ukrainian security forces and border officials.
Increasing numbers of children are being killed and targeted for recruitment by armed groups in conflicts raging at Niger’s borders with Mali and Burkina Faso, Amnesty International said in a new report published today.
With so much movement and change, it’s often hard for parents to be able to provide food for their children.
Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the global fund that brings teaching and learning to children in emergencies and protracted crises, is observing five years of reaching boys and girls in some of the world’s hardest-hit conflict and disaster zones.
It is no new revelation that in conflict-ridden regions or during a political upheaval, women suffer doubly. First, due to the consequences of the turmoil; second, the brutalities in form of rapes, molestation and sexual harassment which go mostly go unreported.