The 2016-17 conflict affected all children, but girls were particularly harmed, used as “magical” forces that would ward off bullets, raped and married to troops.
Twelve of the 38 children have died in the most recent escalation in violence since the end of April, which has displaced 180,000 people, including 80,000 children.
The intensification in hostilities is worsening the suffering of children who are already deeply affected by more than nine years of war.
Damaged or destroyed houses are the primary factors preventing return to areas of origin, followed by accessibility, inadequate living conditions and repeated weather events.
On 13 May, reports indicated unidentified forces allegedly wearing the uniforms of the Rapid Support Forces used live ammunition at protests in Khartoum, killing six people.
USD 2.8 million of assistance will be used to address humanitarian needs, support vulnerable groups and the recovery of eastern regions in Ukraine through UN-led projects.
Since late April, the deadly escalation of conflict has killed more than 100 civilians and displaced 180,000 more. Air strikes and shelling have destroyed schools, hospitals and other vital infrastructure.
A total of 270,348 refugees have been registered in the settlements of Ukhia and Teknaf Upazilas. On average, over 4,000 refugees are being registered a day in the exercise.
Following the closure of a healthcare centre in Tazade and Qoratu, thousands were left without access to medical care. With a local NGO, WHO established two mobile medical teams.
Violent clashes between Cameroon’s military and armed separatists have displaced some 437,000 people inside the country and forced about 35,000 to seek safety in Nigeria.