Some two weeks after the Taliban seized control over Afghanistan, the situation today is one of relative calm, says Country Director, Jared Rowell. But in the wake of the volatile situation, humanitarian needs are soaring
DR Congo, Burkina Faso, and Cameroon are among the countries where the most people will be forced to leave their homes in the coming years. This is forecasted in a new report from DRC Danish Refugee Council, which uses data to predict the world’s displacement trends in the near future.
More than 12 million people in Syria and Iraq are losing access to water, food and electricity and urgent action is needed to combat a severe water crisis, aid groups working in the region warn today.
The presence of armed groups – particularly the Allied Democratic Forces – continues to trigger displacement in the territory of Beni, in the eastern province of North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. Despite living a modest life, Beinaimé has taken it upon himself to offer shelter to people displaced by violence.