Un informe de UNICEF y la OMS llama a invertir en una atención neonatal de calidad y en la creación de instalaciones para la atención especializada del recién nacido.
The announcement of a ceasefire between Yemen’s warring parties in and around the key port of Hudaydah has been hailed by the UN chief as a deal which would improve the lives of millions of people.
Worsening droughts are making life far more precarious for herders and farmers in the region, African officials said on the sidelines of the U.N. climate negotiations in Poland this week.
Iraqis who fled IS and the US-led coalition’s bombing campaigns have all but lost hope. Their story is testament to the fact that peace and prosperity remain a distant dream for many.
CERF’s timely funding enables WHO, UNICEF and WFP to rapidly scale up critical health action such as surveillance, treatment, community mobilization and crisis communication, and also supports logistics services.
ACNUR está trabajando para satisfacer las necesidades humanitarias y de protección inmediatas de 68,5 millones de personas desplazadas por la violencia o la persecución, personas repatriadas y apátridas.
The funding will help support a new global compact with additional approaches, arrangements and resources for a more predictable, effective and sustainable response to displacement crises.
Since the beginning of 2014, IOM's Missing Migrants Project has recorded more than 700 deaths in the Gulf of Aden. Far more are turned back from Yemen’s shores.
Since 2012, IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) has recorded occurrences and causes of displacement in Ethiopia to help more impactful assistance.
Despite the military defeat of Da’esh a year ago, some areas still lack basic services; the UN and Iraqi authorities are working to ensure a decent living for people to facilitate the dignified return of IDPs.