The Emergency Social Safety Net programme provides the most vulnerable refugee families with cash assistance every month, giving them a measure of control over their lives.
As well as the risk of further deaths and injuries and damage to livelihoods and infrastructure, the Nigerian Red Cross is warning of a steep rise in the number of diarrhoea cases.
Each year, about $240 billion is invested in agriculture in low and middle-income countries, but critical investment decisions are being taken without a sound information base.
Con la finalidad de atender las necesidades de la población afectada a consecuencia del paso de la Depresión Tropical 19-E, principalmente en estados del noroeste del país, se fortalecen y llevan a cabo acciones en lo que se considera la etapa de recuperación de esta contingencia.
Despite assistance from over 200 medical staff from MSF, an average of at least ten children per day in Niger are succumbing to either malaria and malnutrition.
The deteriorating security situation in North Kivu has impacted on hunger levels, with food insecurity rising because agricultural activities have been put on hold as farmers fear going to their fields.
The EU is contributing Euros 25 million to enable UNICEF and partners to better reintegrate Afghan children on the move, to provide them with a protective environment and to end polio.
Famine response often comes too late. The Famine Action Mechanism seeks to change this by moving towards famine prevention, preparedness and early action using technological expertise.
A shortage of food water and electricity is among the daily challenges facing children and families. The country is facing an outbreak of measles, with over 500 cases reported.
As world leaders gather in New York for the UN General Assembly, Save the Children is warning that the battle for the strategic port city is endangering the lives of thousands of children.