“Winter is coming, and we are worried that lives could be lost if we do not act early enough to alleviate conditions for people whose coping capacities are weakened by multiple shocks," says IFRC.
Ahead of World Humanitarian Day, the global aid community launches the #ItTakesAVillage campaign to pay tribute to those who dedicate their lives to helping others.
Starvation is haunting the entire country. We are seeing more families forced to leave everything behind because there is no food or water. Funding urgently needs to be ramped up before it's too late.
UN human rights experts concerned for children with disabilities in Ukraine being displaced or placed in an institutional setting either within Ukraine or further afield.
Haiti is experiencing a major economic crisis, with inflation at 26%, making it difficult for families to afford food and other essentials, or to sell crops at local markets.
The Taliban have broken multiple pledges to respect human rights and women’s rights since taking over Afghanistan a year ago, Human Rights Watch said.
"Banning girls from attending school is not only a huge setback, but it leads to multiple risks, including forced marriage, exploitation and abuse," warns Educo.
Most commonly cited dangers were rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence, child, early and forced marriage and FGM/C -- all classed as significant human rights violations in international law.
WFP will run out of food by October, leaving vulnerable families who are dependent on food aid at risk of undernutrition, micronutrient deficiency, susceptibility to diseases and protection risks.
Ongoing conflicts are severely impacting women and children, according to the evidence gathered to date by the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar and outlined in its new annual report.